You won't believe it but there is a real village left in the city of Berlin. One of the reasons for its being so well preserved over the years was the vicinity to the Berlin wall. Though the wall fell more than a decade ago, this place still retains its typical East German village charm. Come by to enjoy a rather high quality of local German and Berlin cuisine. Though originally Hungarian, the goulash soup has been added to the German repertoire, fresh and homemade.
- Feature: Outdoor dining
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard
- Nearest Train: Bus: 222