The Gerichtslaube ("Court Pavilion") originally had a public and nearly cultic role. Justice was served and punishments imposed by the judges. With the time, legal practice changed and so did the look and role of the Gerichtslaube. Its original architecture however has mostly been maintained to the present date. Today it is one of the places with a rightful claim to being one of the oldest houses in Berlin. The restaurant serves - true to its style - traditional Berlin home-made food. Sitting here you feel taken back to the time of kings and the king electors. Continue your Berlin tour afterwards with a stroll through the Nikolaiviertel ("Nicholas' Quarter") in Mitte.
- Daily: from 11:30 am
- Parking: The restaurant is in a pedestrian zone, however there is sufficient parking space available in the area.
- Reservations: recommended
- Card Payment: Amex, Visa, Mastercard, Diners, EC