In terms of decor, this French bistro tucked in between Savignyplatz and the Kaiser-Wilhelm Memorial Church in Charlottenburg, hasn’t changed much since it opened just after World War II, which is what makes it so charmingly atmospheric. But in the past couple of years, the restaurant has expanded its classic French bistro menu to include a seasonally adjusted assortment of Austrian and Mediterranean-inspired dishes. You can still get a good omelet or a streak with frites, but you’ll also find dishes like asparagus with hollandaise sauce, ham, and new potatoes; risotto with porcini mushrooms; and Wiener schnitzel.