Went there at 1pm - they still offered breakfast as well, which was nice!
We ordered the German and French Breakfasts, as well as a pancake with maple leaf sirip.
The German breakfast included generous cooked ham (Beinschinken), which is apparently made in house and some of the best we have ever had (including in Austria, Switzerland and Germany), as well as cheese, beautiful German bread, two fried eggs sunny side up, and coffee. The eggs were perfectly cooked, with a runny yolk and solid white (no uncooked whites), the ham amazing and generous, and the milk coffee delicious.
The french breakfast was not quite as amazing, although tasty as well - croissant (a little stale) baguette, more of the awesome ham, honey and butter.
Even better were the service and the value for money. We walked out fully satisfied at EUR 21, which is honest value for money and proves that some of the other restaurants are just overpriced.
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