Restaurant Jolly is a sleek, highly rated pan-Asian restaurant just across the river from Museum Island. It’s a couple of blocks from the German Historical Museum, and it’s where I took a lunch break.
The restaurant’s menu runs to 22 pages, and well over 100 items. The specialty of the house is duck, and it looked like most diners were having some variation of that. I had Eine halbe Grillente Jolly-Art, which was half a roasted duck, in the style of the restaurant. It was served bone-in, and the texture of the skin was crisp and chewy. Tasty, and well-presented.