Being a fan of Goethe's banana coffee cheesecake pie, I was pleased to hear that the owners opened a new restaurant based on an "economic" and "multicultural" concept.
See, they wanted to make a more affordable and quick menu, a set meal that would hit the spot for foreign food without breaking the piggy bank. So they came up with what I call a modern Germany menu, with influences from the new immigrants, like Turkish kebab, Greek salads, etc. Quite varied.
I thought you guys might be interested, since some of you also like traditional German food -they have a pig knuckle burger for 170 nt, for example. They have Berliner meat balls with curry sauce, with pickles on the side. Portion size is generous without being overwhelming.
Also, most people have problems finding where to eat with vegetarian friends, and these guys have at least 6 vegetarian dishes, both "Western" and "buddist" styles -meaning vegan and all vegetarian. I liked that the waitresses were quite helpful when giving you choices, no blank stares here. Can't choose between rice or fries? No problem, have rice and fries as a side.
Finally, for the beer fans, they have a fine draft called Warsteiner, very tasty indeed.
Location: No. 3, Lane 34, Xinhai Road Section 1
From MRT Taipower Building, Exit 2, cross Xinhai, turn left, walk a minute or two, then right as first alley is alley 34. If coming from Gonggan, go to Wenzhou park, then head straight as if going to Tsui Mama, turn right at the church corner. Roosevelt alley turns into Xinhai Lane.
Menu and more at: http://www.wretch.cc/blog/Imbiss