We went for lunch a rainy day July 2016. The restaurant was about half full. You can sit inside, outdoor under cover or uncovered. Service is prompt and friendly. Waiting time for food is short. We enjoyed two choices of the day: mussel soup in white wine and pan fried fish with bacon cubes (Finkenwerder art), and cold potato salad. Both choices could easily be recommended. We had draught beer and a good Grauburgunder white wine. Finally we had coffee. We were to filled to order one of the tempting desserts. The prices are average despite the location with spectacular view to the enormous ships passing by just a few meters away.
The big menu card should left no wishes left for lunch or dinner.
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