We were in Pagudpud today and we couldn”t leave without eating at Bergblick. Sometimes it’s not just about wonderful food, but the warmth and realness of the people behind a restaurant.
Chef Detlev Cotte always springs new surprises. He suggested baked pork leg which is crisp on the outside and beautifully succulent on the inside, a bit like crispy pata minus the grease, and more like lechon, but sweeter and tastier. This German-style crispy shank is a must-try. I like the meat that sticks to the bone, I ate last:)
His sauerkraut platter, besides the Bergblick pan, is always on our list, but we only had room for a snack. And that snack turned into a big meal. Who can resist strawberries in this sizzling weather?
His waffles are so nice, dense, unlike soft cake, with a teeny weeny bit of chewiness to it. He made me a fresh strawberry soda:) Thanks, Bergblick!
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