This Friday Backyard hosts one of its infamous Dinner Clubs starting this Friday with a special German edition. The ones who have participated in the first evenings know that they are very special and comfy and a good chance to meet new people and dine together with the Backyard team. Take your chance and make your reservation quickly ( info@backyardberlin.com ), cause there is limited capacity to ensure the family – like atmosphere of the Backyard dinner nights. More on the dinner and what’s the menu after the jump.

This time Frank Stampa, a passionate cook and venison specialist from the South, prepares typical German cuisine. Relatively simple but delicious dishes will be prepared after traditional receipies and Frank is willing to prove that German cusine is as delicious as any other cuisine. None will leave this place with a half full stomach, so much is guaranteed. Of course there will be a vegetarian version.

Make your reservation for Friday quickly under info@backyardberlin.com and don’t forget to mention how many people you bring with you and how many of you are vegetarians. Be quick, there is limited capacity, but for the lucky ones there will sure be a table. The price of the the 3 – course – menu is 18 Euro. Backyard, Gitschinerstr. 22, U-Bhn. Prinzenstr., Berlin Kreuzberg.

Besides, you can rent a private dinner night at Backyard up to 40 people, enquiries also under the above mail address.

The menu

1. course:

Fresh green salat with a homemade potatoe dressing and Tiroler Speck or (veggie) in butter fried onions

2. course:

Homemade ‘Königsberger Klops’ with buttermilk sauce and mashed potatoes.

Vegetarian: Delicious veggie – pan with a variety of fresh seasonal veggies and Creme Fraiche

3. course:

A sin of soft Mousse au Chocolate a la Chef, with rasperrys and mint.

Die Königsberger Klopse belong to the rather simple old German dishes but they once belonged to the upper cuisine back in the Old Preussen. Backyard goes back to the roots of their origin in Königsberg and prepares the good old Preußisch Klops for you. Don’t call it Kloppse, cause the plural stands for “I give you something”. Well, it’s hard to translate into English..

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Suz
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on November 13th, 2013
updated on November 15th, 2013
in Clubs, Kreuzberg, Restaurants