Coda, Germany’s first and only all-desserts restaurant, is unlike any other place we’ve ever been to. The seven-course dinner is made up of only “desserts,” though don’t expect anything recognizable. It’s all imaginative dishes, like a version of a Turkish dessert using chicken skin, almonds, and dates, or a grilled peach with paprika sauce. Coda has just two seatings (of about two hours each) per night, so booking ahead is a must. It’s great for vegetarians, or really anyone who’s willing to sit down to a full meal of dishes they’ve never seen before. Come hungry.
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