Wonderful food, superfriendly staff, just perfect...will always recommend! And, as opposed to whatever some other reviewers seemed to think: it ist definitely NOT too expensive. Grow up guys, seriously...
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If you ever visit Potsdam you will most likely also visit the touristy but nice Dutch quarter there after you have been to the Prussian palace Sans Souci. In the Dutch quater don't miss the restaurant "Charlotte". It is cozy, authentic and absolutely delicious. Have...More
Located next to Dutchtown in Potsdam in a very classic European neighborhood. We really enjoyed our Flammkuchen: a pizza like lunch (extremely thin crust with creme freche base). I enjoyed mine with Greek salad topping; my wife enjoyed her ham and cheese topping.
Charlotte is a nice restaurant with both inside and garden servings. We had made a table reservation for our Sunday dinner. Due to the good weather the staff had a table for us in the garden. For a starter we had gratin oysters (uhmm) and...More
We came in a few minutes after 9 PM after having been turned away at another restaurant. The locale was charming, walls covered with wine bottles, the plates old and beautiful. The chef cooked right behind the counter. The food was very good and came...More
We went to this restaurant following the tips of the lonely planet guide. At the entrance there is a description of the menu and the dish of the day was offered @ 7,50€. Unfortunately when we sat at the table, the waiter inform us that...More
I've been there several times and we always enjoyed our stay. Quality of meals is high, creative yet following French tradition. Overall not really inexpensive.
Gorgeous place in the picturesque Dutch quarter of Potsdam. Very good value. We paid 60€ for three courses and drinks. Fresh delicious food and the creme caramel for dessert was delicious. The true highlight was the fish soup which had amazing highlights of exotic spices....More
There they are again...the Huguenots! Because of their fantastic craft-skills the Prussian kings welcomed them in Potsdam at the time. Since the Dutchies did not fully occupy the place made available for them, you also see French influence in the Dutch Quarter. The owner spend...More