As the only German restaurant on the island, this tiny dining room certainly has its niche. It's also why it is chronically packed. The menu features all the standard fare, it's really tasty and portions are plentiful. You will find schnitzel, wursts, sauerbraten and veal all served with the expected accompaniments like sauerkraut and späetzle. Plan to be delighted by the fresh seafood selections like Chilean sea bass, Atlantic salmon and tournedos of beef. The restaurant is small so don't wait to make your reservations and there is a chef's table that allows you to watch the action in the kitchen but you're dining experience will be on a bar stool so be prepared.