The first thing I noticed as I walked in was the very high celling, the many European flags (some looks to be regional), and live music! Even with just a keyboard and a singer, live music was what set the mood and gave this place a whole different vibe.
The menu was simple, and food items are quite traditional (I think), I’ve seen most of these dishes in Germany, or that I was in the tourist area and got the tourist menu... Anyways, we decided to start with a beer/ cocktail then tried a few things which looked familiar to us. First of all, the lovely goulash soup! I could smell it already as they were bringing it to us. Their service is worth mentioning too, we ordered 1 portion and they split it into 2 bowls for us! How thoughtful!