Pauly Saal & Bar
Stephan Landwehr and Boris Radczun, the team behind the Grill Royal, run their restaurant Pauly Saal in the Mädchenschule. Their inspiration is Berlin's golden years of the 20s. The sophisticated decor and German cuisine of the era are reinterpreted - not the dictates of the single dish, but cuisine for groups of several people are the focus here. Guests are offered exclusive and selected drinks in the restaurant's own bar, and in summer the quiet courtyard of the Mädchenschule invites visitors to relax and dine in the garden.
Tuesday - Saturday 12.00 am to 2.00 pm and 6.00 pm to 9.30 pm | Bar is until open 2.30 am
Seating capacity: 90
T +49 30 3300 6070
At his deli in the Jüdische Mädchenschule, Paul Mogg brings classic New York food culture to Berlin: Homemade meat delicacies like pastrami and barbecued brisket; from early in the morning until late at night; whether as a grilled sandwich or served cold with salad. Offers range from coffee and homemade desserts to matseball soup and daily specials, to delicatessen products such as kosher salt or wine from the Pauly Saal. The decor is reminiscent of American delis during the 1930s, combined with European design classics and fabrics by Kwadrat. In addition to serving the guests at the Pauly Bar, a catering service is also offered.
Monday to Friday from 8 am
Saturday and Sunday from 10 am
T +49 30 3300 60770