Currently the most talked-about restaurant in Berlin. A tribute to the golden age of the city's intellectual and arts scene during the Weimar Republic (1919-1933), with a smart interior that reminds one of that era. The restaurant is in a unique location - the former Jewish school for girls (Jüdische Mädchenschule), which was recently transformed into a centre for art galleries and restaurants - right in the heart of the Mitte district and the Auguststraße gallery street. Head chef Siegfried Danler is the proud holder of a Michelin star, offering classic German dishes in a creative haute cuisine interpretation. One of the restaurant's characteristics is its thoroughness - the time and work invested can be sensed in just about all of its dishes, which justify the extremely high prices compared to other gastronomic establishments in the city. For example, the duck, which is served for two here, is marinated for a lengthy period and slowly cooked. It's so filling that two people will be quite full after just the one main course. For an entrée, it's definitely worth savouring the Pauly Saal house snacks, which are served on a wooden board, consisting of just what you'd expect from classical snacks - ham, sliced sausage, marinated beets and the like. The owners of Pauly Saal are also the proprietors of the Grill Royal, which has been among the city's trendiest restaurants for the past several years. Therefore, it's best to reserve a table in advance here, too.
Auguststraße 11 - 13
Keywords: restaurant, Berlin