Built in 1909, this boat has found its last resting place on Berlin's Landwehrkanal. Formerly inhabited by thick-skinned sailors cruising down the ... More
Built in 1909, this boat has found its last resting place on Berlin's Landwehrkanal. Formerly inhabited by thick-skinned sailors cruising down the River Elbe, this coaster is now a meeting place for students, families and even wedding parties. The menu, as you may well imagine, features a variety of fish dishes. Starters are available for EUR3-EUR8. Try the creamy potato soup for EUR3.50. Main dishes cost around EUR7-EUR12. The house speciality is Labskaus (fish stew) with dill potatoes and cucumber salad for EUR9.
This was a very calm and relaxing way to end a busy day. It was a nice night, so I ate on the top deck (outside). They also have indoor seating downstairs.
I started with the fish stew (Genueser Fischsuppe) and had their specialty which they translated as "Beef Brisket" but I would really call a dinner version of corned beef hash. It had a fried egg on it and was served with beets, pickles and potatoes. It was very hearty and quite good.
Combined with a nice weissbier, I was in pig heaven. Definitely not a fancy place, but very enjoyable and a bit adventurous.
The price was reasonable, and the waitresses were very nice.
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