Tripadvisor sends us to yet another closed restaurant! I guess we're just unlucky; they sounded good. Had I checked their website, I would have seen they are currently closed and relocating - shortly.
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We came across Emma's for lunch which was located amongst a number of other restaurants. We loved our schnitzel meals and enjoyed it so much we went back. When I read of one poor review I wouldn't be surprised if it was the food directly...More
This restaurant serves typical German food. The food was very good, the portions were big. The special dish is schnitzel cooked in different ways. The owner was so helpful and everything he suggested was very good. Also the prices were reasonable.
We visited Emmas because we wanted to try something different and we had a pleasant surprise. This is not your average Berlin restaurant as it offers some unique combinations of tastes. For instance, the lentil soup with sausages was amazing. The schnitzel was traditional German,...More
Just awful. I was very worried about getting food poisoning. Even the beer seemed off. My daughter got Wiener schnitzel and it tasted soapy. My husband got beef roulade. Yikes. It was leather around flabby bacon. I got goulash. Meat in a greasy sauce. The...More
We at here with a friend on the basis of TripAdvisor reviews. We were not disappointed. The servers were helpful with recommendations and had a nice rapport with customers. The food was very tasty and we thoroughly enjoyed our experience. Would definintely eat here again.
The food is good, but the service was great. The waiter spoke Spanish, which made the difference as my mother in law does not speak English (nor German). Plates are big, so maybe it will be a good idea to share.
Had a lunch in Emmas. Waiter forgot one order and the ordered soup was microwaved and only partly hot. Other orders were tasty with no complaints. My daughter got her steak finally 20min after we had finished. The compensation for this was -10% from the...More