German food at its best


Tradition exists. Even in fast Berlin. Once, the landlady of the legendary Zlata Praha in Meinekestraße founded the small restaurant „Zur guten Stube“. She wanted to retire, leaving her son the ever-sold-out successful restaurant. But her favorite guests did not want to give up cooking. And so she was completely secretive and only for her very special guests – or should they be called friends? – in the „Zur guten Stube“. Whether Telly Savalas or Helmuth Kohl, whether Willi Brandt or Ludwig Erhardt – they should all have appreciated their cooking skills – in the favorite restaurant of Günther Pfitzmann, the Zlata Praha as well as in the „Guten Stube“.
Who else could follow in their footsteps, if not Andreas Hoffmann, the country inn knows from its infancy – his motto: „No unnecessary Trara – it must taste. Otherwise it will not work. “
Let it taste so. Hearty German cuisine. In the Pfalzburger 24 – at the underground station Hohenzollernplatz.

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