- I had completed most of my order in German until the woman behind the counter couldn't think of the German word for flavour: "welches, ..erm, flavour?". I aksed, in German, if we could speak in English, and she was exceptionally thankful and praised my German, saying you'd never know I wasn't bilingual. As I had only come in with a few key words practised, they are obviously experts at customer-service.
- I think most of the staff are bilingual-ish expats, so if you're reading this blog and you're in Berlin, odds are that you'll be pleased at the possibility of problem-free ordering. I sure was, because once we switched to English I was able to specify so many preferences and options, and they accommodated them all.
- When I told them it was for my wife's birthday, they promised to use a variety of decorations and, if possible, different icing flavours. As you can see from the photos below, they delivered.
- I ordered, and paid for, 10 glutenfrei cupcakes. When I picked them up, they KNOWINGLY GAVE ME TWELVE. That's an extra 20% free, which is truly excellent (see next point).
- The cupcakes are flipping brilliant and not at all the crumbly dry rubble one normally gets with special glutenfrei options. I know that they are good because when we have eaten them all, even if it takes a couple of days and the last ones are turning a wee bit stale, I'm rather sad inside that the experience is over.
|delicious delicacies delightfully decorated|