We enjoyed a very nice lunch at the same biergarten where we went to drink beer the other night. It was attached to the same restaurant where we hoped to eat, but ended up leaving because all the service was outside. I’m glad we gave them another chance. The place is called the Anno 1897, I think, because that was the year their restaurant was built.
When we sat down, we were immediately recognized by a young man who helped served us a couple of nights ago. He remembered that we are Americans and offered us a menu in English. We said we were okay with a German menu, but he brought an English one anyway.
Fortunately, there was nothing on the menu that confounded me, despite never having studied German. I easily picked out gyros and a beer, while Bill had a turkey dish inspired by Indian food. He paired his dish with a Radler, while I had a beer.
Both dishes were delicious and filling! I finished mine with ouzo. Bill skipped the ouzo because he has to drive to a couple of places this afternoon.
A shot of the tree-lined biergarten entrance… this is a very nice place to sit and eat… and of course, drink beer. I notice it’s very busy during the week at lunch time.
Our bill was about 26 euros and well worth the cost. I love biergartens, though… it’s one thing I missed most about living in Germany. This particular restaurant has a full bar and a broad variety of dishes, everything from Greek food to Italian food, as well as the Indian style dish Bill had. The wait staff is friendly and charming and they speak excellent English, too… though if you want them to, they’ll speak German.