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Lonely Planet review
Named for an Austrian Jewish writer, this wood-panelled saloon time-warps you back to the 1920s, when Roth used to live next door. Walls decorated with bookshelves and quotes from his works draw a literary, intellectual crowd. Come here for a quick lunch, cakes or a leisurely drink.