My kids and I spent a week in Sierksdorf on the Baltic Sea, and one one rainy day we decided to visit the open-air museum in Lehsahn, since my son loves tractors. I had seen Chrome on the Internet and we decided to have a late lunch there.
It was just like a 1950s Diner, black and white tiles and chrome everywhere! The menu was rather good, with a wide-range of options, all named after American cultural icons.
I had a bacon cheeseburger, and my son and daughter each had a pizza. With drinks but no dessert the bill came to around 32€, which was OK for the quality of the ingredients.
We will certainly go again the next time we're in the area.
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