The dining area with its dark chairs and light tables, antique bar and old piano conveys the flair of Berlin-Brandenburg cuisine with a touch of Dutch cosmopolitanism: accordingly, the menu includes matjes (soused herring) tatar and Dutch cheese salad as well as excellent Berlin boulette to be washed down with a beer. The main courses include fish and meat as well as Berlin-style liver. Vegetarian meals are also available.
In front of the historic corner building in the Dutch Quarter there is extended seating capacity for guests on the extended pavement. Incidentally, the distinctive sailing ship on the façade dates back to 1907.