The veal cutlets are prepared directly at the table in a copper pot, the house champagne is served in a 100-year-old Art Deco champagne cooler: it is the attention to detail that makes Bostich in Ludwigkirchstraße something very special. Red and soft mint green define the interior. The mix of designer pieces and old Berlin style has a timeless, informal feel. Admittedly, one is reminded a little of the 1920s in the capital, but instead of Berlin snark, the atmosphere here is one of warm hospitality.
The menu has a French-Swiss touch and offers meat, fish, seafood and vegetarian-vegan options. Overall, the concept is cosmopolitan, casual and elegant - and with the ease of a prima ballerina, who doesn't look like she's put a lot of training and work into her graceful movements.