German’s launches evening dining experience
Fourteen years after it stopped serving dinner, high demands from local and Diaspora customers saw German’s Restaurant yesterday resume its evening dining service, promising its customers safe and hygienic Creole food with its special flair.
The restaurant, famous for its soups, launched the ‘German’s Evening Dining Experience’ yesterday at its New Market Street, Cummingsburg location. The evening restaurant will be opened Monday to Saturday, from 6 pm to 10 pm and will cost customers an average of $1,200 or less per meal.
Managing Director Clinton Urling told Stabroek News, in an interview, that it was changing nighttime eating trends of Guyanese and the current demand for healthy Creole food at night that initiated the reopening.
“This restaurant was established since 1960 and was over the road then moved to Robb Street and there we used to offer nighttime dining. When my father [Hubert Urling] died in 1999 we discontinued the service,” he explained.