We went to this German-cuisine restaurant by chance. The atmosphere was elegant - white table cloths, good table settings - and it was situated in an old patrician home built in the 1850’s beside the Pfaffenteich (Parson’s Pond) so there is a lovely view from a few of the window seats especially on a summer evening.
The menu had choices of pork, chicken, rabbit, seafood and vegetarian. They say on the sign board outside that their speciality is cakes, but we didn’t have dessert so didn’t try them.
The prices are average for dinner and range from €14.50 - 22.50 for main courses. (For a sit-down dinner with friends, we didn’t find anything lesser in price elsewhere). The portions are good and the wine prices are similar to ones you will find in most restaurants in Schwerin, beginning at €5.50.
This is a restaurant for meeting good friends, having a birthday or congratulatory dinner.
Some English is spoken but is limited.
There are about 8 stone stairs at the entrance to the restaurant and washrooms are downstairs, so it’s not mobility-friendly.
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