Its name commemorates the site of a 400-year-old garden, no longer in existence. Today, you'll find a modern mid-1980s building with a conservatively decorated street-level restaurant known for its home-style German food. Specialties include Leipzig-style onion soup or wild-duck soup with homemade noodles, roast goose with potatoes and vegetables, grilled Wurst with potatoes and red cabbage, and Sauerbraten with onions and red cabbage. The cuisine is more robust than refined; it's very filling.