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The city of Siegburg has developed a very tasteful way of commemorating those of her citizens who fell victim to persecution and deportation under the Nazi rule. For each one of them, a small brass placard is placed into the ground before the place where the people had been living. The placard bears the name and, as far as it's known, what happened to the poor individual. The shining brass symbolizes the preciousness of each individual personality, and how cruelly this was infringed during the Nazi period.
Written Apr 26, 2005
This is a small Greek restaurant run by a Greek couple and you can taste this in the food...the outside is unassuming and there is a covered area at the back where the vines grow..and they grow...and they grow... all through the place...and of course there are the compulsory Greek island knick-knacks all the way through as decoration.
We were welcomed as if we were long lost friends and given a small plate of ravioli with spinach while we perused the menu..there was really no need we knew what we would order before we got there..real authentic Gyros ...and we were not dissapointed it was GREAT ...served with chips and salad and tzaziki... just right!!! and everything was perfect the tzaziki was not overdone on the garlic as it sometimes can be and the salad was not mainly onions as you can sometimes experience and there was so much of this food we didnrt even order a dessert which is unusual for us ...
Proper food cooked and served by people who know what they are doing and who care about you as a customer...we were fussed over but just the right amount as not to be intrusive.
Favorite Dish: Gyros for the reasons mentioned above...and because we did not have anything else
Written Sep 20, 2011
Address: Zeithstrasse. 192, 53721 Siegburg
Phone: +49 2241/55537