Marjellchen - Berlin
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Directions to Marjellchen
The meals served in Marjellchen are predominantly of Prussian origin. The owner takes special pride in the quality of the food and as a result everything is produced to a very high standard. The wiener schnitzel, potato-leek gratin and wide range of desserts are all recommended.
The restaurant also has a wide range of specials that regularly change and reflect the season of year. Main meals are available from about €15, whereas the specials start at approximately €20.
The restaurant is open every day from 10am (11am on Sundays). It is recommended to book in advance for evening meals as it can get busy.
Image © Marjellchen
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