My wife took me here for my birthday - it was an excellent choice! Although the place is in an odd part of the city, well off the beaten path, the old Thai house luxuriously renovated that hosts the restaurant is chic, modern and unique. The location allows for a nice quiet drink on the terrace overlooking a sprawling garden before digging in to the scrumptious food.
Indeed, scrumptious food! We picked the classic menu for our table, and we all enjoyed it very much! My favourites were the river trout (with an upgrade of caviar), the Camembert-stuffed pretzel, the sturgeon-cream cheese nib, and of course the (upgraded) main of perfectly cooked A5 wagyu beef. The currywurst, bread & coldcuts & pickles, and the mini-mugs of beer were also very nice. Desserts were superb, especially that mousse and the box-of-goodies that included chocolates, truffles, candy and marshmallows. We opted out of the (6) wine pairings but still had very nice drinks :)
Service was very good, personalized and responsive, overall impressed. The sommeliers were very knowledgeable and could advise on proper pairings matched to our tastes. The only drawback was that our waiter's accent was quite thick, making it difficult for everyone at the table to understand what we were eating - sometimes it was hard to say if he was speaking English, German or Thai (and we had people fluent in all three languages at the table). Combined with the 'all German' menu, we often had to guess what was in our plates...
It wasn't a cheap meal but well worth it! I'd definitely go back!
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