Berlin

Feinbäckerei

Feinbäckerei oozes old- fashion charm, with its dark wood decor and a vintage tiled oven from 1905.

Feinbäckerei oozes old- fashion charm, with its dark wood decor and a vintage tiled oven from 1905. This German restaurant, formerly a bakery, specialises in Swabian food. It serves up huge portions of Maultaschen and cheese Spätzle at a very fine price.

For big appetites, there’s the schnitzel Wiener Art and the Wiener Schnitzel (9 and 14.50 euros, respectively) served with fried potatoes and a side salad. For even bigger appetites – or to be shared between two beer-swilling friends – there’s also a great combo platter, where heaps of sauerkraut surround a generous ‘best of’ the menu.