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Scheduling your trip, pay attention to Kathe Kollwitz Museum and remember to choose where to eat: this restaurant is right aside the mentioned place of interest. If you have never tried German cuisine, you should reserve a table and try the menu at Gasthaus Krombach. Many people come to taste mouthwatering pork hock, Currywurst and german sausages. The cooks here prepare tasty berliner, apple strudels and che.

The wine list is extensive, it can satisfy the needs of all visitors. Guests visit this place to drink good coffee, juice or tea. The fabulous service and the efficient staff are its great benefits. Prices at this spot deserve attention since they're affordable. You will definitely appreciate the pleasant atmosphere and divine decor. Google users awarded this restaurant 4.5.

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user_Jon Arnar
En tysk restaurant som de skal være! Tak for god mad
user_Gilad Menaged
Very very goodNice dishes
user_Jamie B.
I'm in Gasthaus Krombach, beside a fellow artist. My nemesis, Robert. Of all places to celebrate a bachelor party, he chooses Berlin, a city war- torn by fascists and communists alike. Back in NY, Robert is svelte, always dressed in black. At Gashaus Krombach, he's in a red, lumberjack flannel--much of it unbuttoned---and I can see his man breasts, the V-spread exposing his chest hair and tattoos. He even has a nipple ring, and at an angle, there it is gleaming. And even in my depressed state and Robert's belligerence, we stumbled on a good experience. I almost feel unworthy of this lovely bar. The owner is towered above us; there must be a platform of which he's standing on behind the taps. He asks us where we're from. I look at Robert and think, boy he's making us Americans look bad. Funny thing is, Robert's a Brit. Doesn't always pronounce his t's. I tell the owner, "New York." I'm wearing a burgundy flat cap and houndstooth blazer like a true gentleman, not like Robert, who's like an honorary Sex Pistol. The owner is nonetheless well-spoken and friendly, recommending which beer shall sustain our buzz, which we've been swimming in since leaving New York. I tell him, "I'd love the liver and onions," and whichever beer he recommends. Nothing sour. My mood is already that, after-all. Robert doesn't eat. Only wants to drink. He's only concerned with drinking and drinking, and letting his few whips of chest hair into the room from his splayed flannel. With sleeves rolled, he's whispering in my ear to ask this gentle owner where we can find some women. I tell him to go have another smoke. When my liver and onions arrive, Robert is outside. I take a bite, eyes closed, savoring the quiet, thinking I better find him some women. It's my duty as his best man, and perhaps he chose Berlin because of it's night women. Whereas I am a shy type, delighting in Berlin for it's cute restaurants of yellow light, liver and onions with fried apples.
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Open now 12PM - 12AM
$$$$ Price range per person 11 €-32 €
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Uhlandstraße
Get directions Meinekestraße 4
Berlin, Germany
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Uhlandstraße
Meinekestraße 4, Berlin, Germany
Features
Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Сredit cards accepted Booking No delivery Takeaway Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 12PM-12AM
MondayMon 12PM-12AM
TuesdayTue 12PM-12AM
WednesdayWed 12PM-12AM
ThursdayThu 12PM-12AM
FridayFri 12PM-12AM
SaturdaySat 12PM-12AM

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