I will always remember this place, because of their kolsch, or how it felt. The only place, where I saw the guy, who poured kolsch, to do double pouring, which gives marshmallow quality to the foam. Everything else? Depends how you perceive it - is it "authentic" experience, or something closer to kitch? I would say kitch, but the foam netherless, the FOAM.
Visited on a Sunday December 13th 2015 in the evening. A huge venue, lots of rooms that were pretty busy. Got a table quickly enough and then took an age to get served. Only 1 beer available so easy to tick off. Prices decent. More of a food place than a drinking establishment. No point going back!
Impersonal, in particular when it’s busy and nowhere to sit. So we just hung around near the serving area, elbows on a shelf. That works, we were only there for 1 (each - no sharing of fresh koelsch, give it at least some respect). The beer (singular) was the definitely in the top two fresh koelsches I had in town. Worth popping in for the tick certainly. Maybe it’s nicer if you get to sit inside properly.
Interior of typical German pub, quite crowded at the time of our visit. Service quick and efficient, as you would expect only one beer available in typical 200 ml glasses. Beer itself had very little taste, but that is typical for mainstream Kolsch. Nothing special
Visited on a wednesday afternoon. Large modern place near the cathedral. Service was super fast and rather sympathic for Germany. Only their house beer (Sion Kölsch) was available, which is an average Kölsch. We didn’t try the food. Price for beer was 1.70 euros / 20 cl which is normal for the city. A decent place, but there’s some much more interesting brauhaus in the area.