Review: Had dinner here on a Monday evening with my partner. I wasn't expecting a whole lot because it mainly serves German cuisine with a vegan twist and I've never been a big fan of German food to say the least. That our meal turned out quite good was a pleasant surprise. Upon ordering, our waitress brought us some bread with an interesting dip that had the look and texture of egg salad. I was intrigued so I asked the staff. Turned out it was orzo pasta made with hummus. I thought it was creative although tasted bit bland. Then we had the steamed half artichoke heart topped with tomato-avocado salsa for starter. It was great but the salsa portion was a little scanty. We ordered two mains to share: the servietteknödel topped with chanterelle sauce and the cordon bleu. Both were tasty and came in a generous portion. To round off the evening we also had the mille feuille for dessert, which proved to be a disappointment. Wasn't quite what I had had in mind, it was basically two big globs of lemony whipped cream sandwiched between some kind of crackers. On the side there were some berries sitting on more globs of cream. That was it. Both of us liked the setting and the decor, simple but detailed. Service was professional and cordial. We didn't have drinks and paid 42 Euro for our meal. Very reasonable. P.S. We actually headed over to the ice cream shop next door after. They had a couple vegan flavors. I got the johannisbeere and really liked it. Check it out!