The last time we went to Suppenküche, I forgot my camera and felt guilty about it all night. I didn't make the same mistake when we went back for David's birthday. In fact, I might have gone overboard with photos.
This tiny restaurant is always crowded but cozy. Their tables are communal (just like Europe) so it's common to sit next to strangers if your party doesn't fill an entire table on its own. Their Spätzle is to-die for. It's loud with people laughing and drinking boots of beer.
Everything (wonderful) you'd expect from a German restaurant.