Situated in a Grade II listed building, with a terrace overlooking Princes Gardens, this German restaurant is an exciting new addition to the city. All your favourite German dishes, as well as vegetarian dishes and lighter fish options, are served in a breezy, modern chalet-style space that’s been carefully designed to ensure guests feel at ease as they tuck into a tasty feast. Schnitzel, traditional sausages, and a sausage platter accompanied by the team’s famed sauerkraut are highlights from the bill of fare. You can also pop in for breakfast, cake and coffee during the day. Whatever you choose, it’ll pair well with an authentic German beer or a glass of delicious wine. You can also catch a German film or language lesson, or pop into the German library when you visit Stein’s Berlin, as the restaurant is proudly co-operating with the Goethe-Institut London – the German cultural institute.