Kleine Bahnhof Restaurant: Historic Rail Themed Restaurant
The restaurant at the "little station" was decked out like a station of yesteryear, complete with waitress dressed as a station master. The waitress reminded me of many Tom Waits songs, where he falls in love with lonely waitresses in pokey towns across America, like in Invitation to the Blues or the Ghosts of Saturday Night.
"He dreams of a waitress with maxwell house eyes, marmalade thighs and scrambled yellow hair.
A rhinestone studded monicker says Irene, as she wipes the wisps of dishwater blonde from her eyes."
I could just imagine him describing her like: "She had the kind of razor sadness that only gets deeper with the clang and the thunder of the Southern Pacific going by". Only this wasn't the Southern Pacific, but the narrow-guage railway of a small remote German resort on the Baltic Sea.
I'd gone to the little station for the steam train to take some pictures for my bed-ridden father, who would have loved to have taken the trip himself. While I was sitting in the restaurant they played soft music in the background, mostly jazz like my father likes. After a few minutes they put on the song "Para Machuchar meu Caracao" by Stan Getz. This is the only musician that I share a love of with my father, and it suddenly reminded me of him playing it in the kitchen night after night, sometimes accompanying sections on his harmonica, getting pleasantly drunk on red wine after a dinner by the heat of the Rayburn. It made me smile at first, but then brought a rare tear to my eye.
Olivio: Shock your lady !!!
International style for the Dorint hotel restaurant Olivio; you can have pasta as fish as other more "german" stuff.
Anyhow the food style is not for "heavy" taste.
Interiors quite nice, glass and wood almost everywhere, kind staff.
Offer a romantic dinner to your lady here ... and then post the results on VT :-)
Favorite Dish: Super prawn backed with ham ... wonderful !!!!!!!!
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Binzer Fischerstubchen: Fish in a cosy environment
Small and calm restaurant along the Binz promenade, a little bit away from the sea-bridge, close to the Dorint hotel.
Interiors are nicely decorated with sealife related stuff.
The result is a relaxing place; staff is kind and not overwhelming.
Favorite Dish: Fish is definitely ok but you have to try the soljanka soup !!!
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