Food and drink
The food here is predominantly unfussy, generously sized traditional German dishes. The menu changes weekly and may now and again include such incongruities as kangaroo and fondue - all accompanied by a very good wine list.
The East Prussian meatballs in creamy caper sauce (Königsberger Klöpse) are especially recommended.
Located on the bottom floor of a charming hotel, the Honigmond is fairly intimate and quiet. Good for romantics or tete-a-tetes.
Excellent and very friendly.
It takes a little effort to find Honigmond, as it is slightly outside of the centre and tucked away behind apartment buildings, but it's still close to the museums and the lively Invalidenstraße.
Dishes from 4-14 euros.
- Families with teenagers