The food here is proper casual fine dining (leaning heavily towards fine) and features modern German and Slavic (chef Roman has Kazakh roots) ingredients and flavors. Dishes like herring, Royal Oysters, cured egg yolk and Vareniki could all make it into the ever-changing menu. The kitchen has a pretty clear direction and is executing on a high level. The flavours are distinctly "German fine dining" with an abundance of earthy notes. There’s a small natural wine offering plus some homemade water kefirs. Service is great and kids are -surprisingly- welcome. It’s a cool offering in a cool neighbourhood, not to be missed.
Go for the brunch if you're feeling like a more casual but still want a great meal, it also mixes well with their child friendly atmosphere.