There is also a little Asian restaurant a few blocks away. Unlike the Indian place it is really cheap. Just like the Indian place, it's delicious. It's almost as good as the Cleveland Wok in St Paul. They do not, however, have friendly English speaking table service, nor have they offered any umbrellas. It's called "Good Friendz", yes, with a Z. Of course it would be good with a spelling like that.
The other place we go to eat sometimes is Ido Kebap Salon. I am sure I have written about Doner in the past, but in case you didn't read that one, Doner is the general word for Turkish-mediterranean food, and it's delicious. Often, Doner restaurants are more like fast food, but this Doner place is a little bit classy. You can eat in with table service and they make the bread in a wood fire oven. You can still get a Doner tasche, which is kind of like a gyro, for 3 euros. It's like German fast food but not even greasy. You can get fries if you want them but you can also get fresh veggies and feta cheese and falafels.
I know what you are saying, "What's with all these ethnic restaurants? Where is the wurst and sauerkraut?" They have those things too, but we haven't found a restaurant that's nearby that we really like. The traditional, meat and potatoes kind of food is more typical of Bavaria in the south.
We will keep looking, but right now I would rather eat naan and curry than schnitzel and wurst.