We like die Kurve, visiting several times with friends and family. Nice vegetarian selection, in addition to nice grilled skewers (kebab).
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Service not flexible. We asked for a plate with several starters. It was not possible. We had to wait a long time.
Food was "ok" but very expensive
Good atmosphere, friendly service, excellent wine and nice Israeli food. We had a buisness dinner with about 30 people.
We arrived on the off chance and were able to sit outside on a warm summer's evening. We had a great selection of meze and some very good, if quite expensive, Israeli red wine. I had a malabi for afters which was divine. We really enjoyed our evening. The staff were friendly staff and there was a menu in English.
I have been to Die Kurve several times through the years and went again tonight which gave me inspiration to write a review.
The first thing to know about Die Kurve is to order their hummus and flatbread. It is simply out of this world. The kebabs and other things that I've ordered are decent but don't inspire me to write about them. The hummus though.......
Good service and a nice restaurant overall. Sometimes there is a cheesy musician playing a little electric keyboard singing schlocky songs....actually fairly entertaining and he gets the folks to dance so it's a fun scene to watch.