In May of this year a new restaurant in Germany called The Sauvage opened its doors after countless hours of work of transforming the establishment from a former brothel to a respectable eatery. What sets this place apart from all the other trendy eating establishments in the country’s capital? Its menu goes back to its roots; man’s roots that is.
The Sauvage is jumping on the bandwagon with a new diet that consists of eating nothing but organic foods. This Paleolithic diet means the restaurant serves all natural grains, dairy, starches, and sugar. Nothing processed passes through the Sauvage’s entrees. It’s a great place for someone looking for a healthy meal when they’re out and about Germany.
Of course, the restaurant has not forgotten to cater to those who still crave some dessert or wine. It offers “gluten- and sugar-free cakes” to keep up with its healthy regimen but still please those with a sweet tooth.
The Sauvage, which takes its name from the French word for ‘savage,’ claims to be the first of its kind in the restaurant business. It even takes its dedication to the caveman style diet a step further by including a contemporary cave drawing backdrop and candle light ambience to give the impression of a real primitive setting.