Zur Letzten Instang (translated to ‘the eleventh hour’ in English) is a traditional German-style restaurant that has been open in Berlin since 1621, and is now known for its reasonably priced fine German cuisine. Visitors won’t believe the prices when they walk into the classy atmosphere and see the stunning entrees placed before them. The atmosphere is that of a high-class restaurant combined with a traditional German style pub, with appropriately low lighting and an earthy wood and metal interior with a winding staircase up to the second floor. This restaurant is the ideal place for people on a low budget to go and experience fine dining that they might not have otherwise been able to have. The highlight of the menu is the chef’s favourite meatballs as well as other delectable choices, like lamb sausages. Having a reservation might be best for guaranteeing a spot but it is possible to get squeezed in at certain times if you’re lucky.
Address: Waisenstrasse 14-16 Berlin, 10179
Transport: U2 – Klosterstrasse, S- und U-Bahnhof Jannowitzbrücke, Alexanderplatz
Opening hours: Tuesday through Saturday noon to 1AM