We had dinner here one night and enjoyed the experience enough to drop by for a pre-prandial beer on a second evening. It's a pleasant spot, relaxed atmosphere, hearty German food and decent beer - go for the dark Pils which is more flavourful than the light version. Some reviewers have complained about the staff but we found them very friendly. We visited Berlin in May when it was too cool to sit outdoors, but the location looks as if it would be good for al-fresco dining in summer, it's in a pretty square by the river dominated by a statue of St George (mounted on a worried looking horse) defeating an evil dragon. This isn't a spot for sophisticated cuisine, but that's not why you visit a brauhaus; on the other hand if you enjoy large hunks of meat and sauerkraut you'll love it. There's sometimes a queue so it's worth calling to make a reservation. I'd definitely go here again.
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