One of the oldest restaurants in the city, the medieval building which houses Zur Letzten Instanz has been completely restored so that at the moment of entry, visitors will find themselves stepping onto a brick floor which helps transport them back to the “good old days”. Expect tasty German cuisine (meatballs, schnitzel, etc.) served in big portions as you sit amidst a rustic pub like setting. Apart from the interior with its local flavor, a lot of drawings, paintings and photographs tell stories of former days. The oldest and probably most popular piece of furniture, however, is the 200-year-old tiled stove – on which Napoleon made himself comfortable and enjoyed culinary specialties.
Located on a picturesque stretch of the Bleibtreustrasse in Charlottenburg, if you're hoping to get... Read more