Delicious food, good atmosphere and great service! Roasted pork knuckle is the most delicios one, taste it by all means!
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This was a hotel recommendation for German food on my first night in Berlin. Leibniz Klause was a short cab ride from my Budapester Strasse hotel that was definitely worth the trip. For dinner I ordered the Pork Knuckle and it was served crispy roasted...More
Vast menu, covers all the expected German traditional dishes you would want to see and the quality of food is excellent. The veal schnitzel and venison goulash were outsanding, as well as the grilled chicken with spetzle. The bar has 4 beers on tap, amongst...More
Was looking forward to a traditional German dinner and was referred by hotel concierge. Starters of tartare and onion soup were good but oxtail soup was clear and tasteless. My wienerschnitzel was heavily breaded and deep fried. A few forkfuls after peeling off the breading...More
It's our favorite restaurant for lunch in Berlin, It has great chicken schnitzels,good size portions and good prices. Service is polite and fast. It's the first time I didn't took many pictures .....it was so delicious and I eat fast!!!
A nice German restaurant with near perfect service. We had escargot for starters, good. We then had different schnitzels as main course. Mine was rather dry and both was rather tasteless unfortunately. I would really like to give a higher rating because of the service...More
We had enjoyed the restaurant more than 10 years and it is still exellent. Top food and some of the best german wines both Riesling and red wines in Berlin
The restaurant is family-owned and operated, which brings both good and bad. The traditional German comfort food hit the spot without trying too hard, just simple dishes and good flavors - make sure to get some currywurst and brats. The service was a little lack...More
We arrived at the restaurant and were very well catered for, the waiter suggested us asparagus with escalope. I accepted the suggestion. Supposedly, when I went to pay I contacted them that they charged 16 euros for the escalope and 14 euros for the asparagus....More
Recommended by the hotel, this restaurant is run by the owner and his wife. An extensive menu of German traditional food and good beer. We had tables outside on a warm sultry evening. What more could you want?