Wonder how a politically divided country could go on bingeing in restos Pig’s knuckle, sauerkraut, sausages on a rainy weekday

It was purely by accident that we found ourselves tucking into pig’s knuckle, sauerkraut, sausages and roast potatoes on the eve of Helmut Kohl’s funeral. It was a meal that the former German chancellor, notorious for his appetite, would have approved of.

We had ended up at Brotzeit on a rainy payday weekend, and there were, as we expected, the usual groups of grumbling office workers waiting out the downpour, as well as foreigners nursing their beers.

But despite the bad weather and the traffic, there were groups of friends out to have an evening out, and couples on dates in their little black dresses and polo shirts. A night out in BGC, it seems, will go on no matter the circumst…

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