Berlin, Germany (Weltexpress). The signature mark of Herbert Beltle is excellent cuisine, style and service. The Aigner restaurant sits in Berlin’s famous Gendarmenmarkt. Across the street from the famous square where a neoclassical masterpiece, the Konzerthaus is flanked by the twin German and French cathedrals.
History itself takes us to one of Berlin’s finest restaurants.
Aigner am Gendarmenmarkt has added its own touch of class with original art nouveau furnishings in the legendary style of Cafe Aigner from Vienna.
Herbert Belte’s taste for history takes detail seriously. The relaxed atmosphere and beauty that surround you heightens your senses.
Sharing his passion, he told Weltexpress Gourmet that, “what is most important in bringing a dining experience to its highest standard is ambience, the art of cooking and service.”
Mr. Belte’s vision exceeds a joie de vivre in every component of masterful dining .
Aigner delivers that flair by “transporting imperial and royal Austrian romanticism into the here and now.”
The menu features a potpourri of Viennese and Berlin delicacies – product quality and the origin of the food includes rabbit, pork and lamb.
Seasonal highlights are always on the menu – sparrowgrass asparagus, carp and the famous Aigner Viennese schnitzel or beef dishes prepared in copper kettles.
A splendid array of the world’s finest wines, including Herbert Belte’s Horcher wines top the list.
As is the tradition in Mr. Belte’s restaurants, events with flair are available.
Aigner arranges special dining moments in coordinating and catering – the Billiard Room and Delphinium are two indelible impressions.
Take advanatge of making reservations online – it is simple and quick.
Keep in mind, arranged tables that view the Gendarmenmarkt square is worth its weight in gold.
Selecting a meal is filled with a taste of the good life – one is reminded of this in a quote found in the Aigner menu: “I went on a diet, swore off drinking and heavy eating. In fourteen days, I lost two weeks. Dessert? (Joe Lewis, American comedy star of the 40’s)
On your next sojourn in Berlin it would be amiss not to visit Aigner – everyone deserves an historical dining experience.
If pictures are worth a thousand words, see for yourself – www.aigner-gendarmenmarkt.de
On the road with Weltexpress Gourmet – the Aigner experience is highly recommended.
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AIGNER am Gendarmenmarkt, Französische Straße 25, 10117 Berlin, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.aigner-gendarmenmarkt.de, Phone 030 203 75 18 50, Fax 030 203 75 18 59