There’s a dish they serve in Berlin called käsespätzle, and basically it’s spätzle — a German version of pasta that’s normally served as a side dish — cooked with soft fried onions and a ton of gooey, stringy, super-melty cheese. I think they fry the whole thing around, because there were brown crispy bits of cheese throughout.
I wish you could get a better sense of how cheesy this was from that picture, because it was nuts — the ratio of cheese to pasta was practically 1:1. I’m not sure what cheese they used, but the flavour was sharp enough to keep things interesting throughout.
It was amazing, obviously. I mean, how could it not be? It was just gooey cheese and chewy pasta. It was ridiculous.