Despite the name, this is a restaurant and it's not immature either. Just beyond Langstrasse, in a one-time working-class area, Café Boy occupies a building of Bauhaus-inspired elegance from the 1910s. Inside, white tablecloths, black bistro chairs and the immense windows set the scene. Dishes like smoked salmon tatar with maize blinis or venison in a hazelnut crust get our mouths watering, and there are some tasty snacky options as well. The chef uses many regional products, and the fish from further afar is sustainable. The excellent and copious selection of wines, as well as the teas and cheeses all go to prove: the boy is grown.
Open 11:30 - 15:00, 18:00 - 24:00. Closed Sat, Sun.