To amaze us with what creativity can come up with the most mundane of ingredients. In a hellish situation in post-war Berlin with scarce availability of ingredients, using ketchup from the Americans and curry from the British she came up with this tasty, zingy, hot sauce to eat sausages with. There is a variety of sausages to choose from and the sauce's hotness can be adjusted to taste. The coarse, fresh, German rye bread is delicious and just the right consistency for dipping into all the sauce you'll have left over once the sausage is gone! Nice selection of beers and other things too. It's a tiny space with a few seats outside from which to people-watch on a nice, sunny Spring day.
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