Reviews on German food in Berlin, Germany. Home to some of the most significant historical sites of the 20th century, Berlin is a bustling international destination. A large city, many of Berlin's neighborhoods were in fact once independent towns. They were cobbled together to form the "Great Berlin" in 1920, and their town centers still reveal elements of this era. Today, nothing is more important to a Berliner than his or her "Kiez" (neighborhood) and the "Kiezleben" (life in the neighborhood). From the loud, wild, artsy, and young streets of Neukolln to the family-friendly avenues of Prenzlauer Berg to the quiet and sophisticated corners of Charlottenburg, Berlin's neighborhoods have something for everyone.
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4 based on 226 reviews
The restaurant overall wasnât what we really expected from the reviews.The service was quite good (the beers got late though and where not very cold) and everything was above average until the kids menu (chicken nuggets) came to the table.After our kid and our friends kid took a bite we saw that the chicken was COMPLETELY UNCOOKED...It was literally raw (you couldnât tell from the outside)..Unfortunately they took the plates immediately and donât have any photo for proof..They brought us two new nuggets (pork this time, just to make sure they donât make the same mistake) but it was already too late.. our mood was off and the kids were already upset.Too bad, that was not what we expected...
4 based on 1299 reviews
Expected amazing food with the reviews given but was sorely disappointed. Not only was the food merely mediocre but we were not allowed to share 3 main dishes between the 4 of us even though we explained that we were small eaters and wouldn't want to waste any food. Their explanation was that they needed to make a profit! And there was no way we could take it away as we were travelling with no acces to a kitchen. In all, an unpleasant experience.
4 based on 446 reviews
The Kurpfalz Weinstube are a traditional wine tavern With German and regional cuisine. The focus is on German - in particular PfÃ¤lzer - wines With great vintage depth and high bandwidth. The wine taverns invite you to the daily enjoyment of food and drink
After a 20 Euro taxi ride from Berlin mitte we arrived target destination. For sure this a relatively new complex transformed into something else. I guess it is made to appear old and traditional. I might be wrong. Could have fooled me. Inside it looks like an old kneipe taken from anywhere in Germany, quite nice actually, and by the the way the heads is conveniently located on the first floor.. no need to deep dive into the basement. Wine selection appears fine, their Cremant was very good. Same goes for their spatburgunder. The menu appears very traditional. We ended up with with Flamkucken and steak, for dessert we had caramel ice-cream with berries. All very tasty. That said, the plank steak was very small, compared to other German restaurant this could have been a starter. The staff was very attentive. The restaurant gets pretty full, so pse book a table. We have been to better and worse places. But paying 40 Euro for taxi ride back and forth from the Mitte is not worth the effort. We know of a few places that I would vist before returning. Thank you ! We are happy that you liked the service, food and wine that much! if you are not comfortable with the high prizes of taxi service in Berlin you could've also just taken the public transport.We look forward to see you soon again !
4 based on 323 reviews
A restaurant to make you feel good,a bar to relax, and always new and excitingprospects that donât let you to get bored. Thatâs the EBERT restaurant & bar summed up in just one sentence. We provide authentic cuisine with a twist.Our menu changes with the
This is a low-key high quality corner restaurant in a residential area.The staff are very professional and the menu is both classic and consists of todayâs specials. These are local produces of the season.I had chanterelles and it tasted absolutely delicious. The children had noodles with tomatoes (spaghetti with tomatoe sauce) and they totally loved it! We had to go back a second time despite only few days in Berlin.Totally worth it!!!
4 based on 795 reviews
Bieberbau at Durlacher Str. 15 in Berlin-Wilmersdorf is part of a former studio and dwelling house. Built 1893/94 by Wilhelm Walther for the sculptuor Richard Bieber, it was nearly completely destroyed by a firebomb during World War II. Only the rooms and
This marked my second visit to Bieberbau and it was just as exceptional as the first. The food is wonderfully innovative, the setting unique (the restaurant's name is derived from sculptor Richard Bieber whose intricate stucco work is on display), and service is top notch. A fine dining experience that doesn't break the bank isn't easy to come by, and Bieberbau flourishes on all fronts. I'll definitely be back for thirds.
4 based on 353 reviews
Chef de cuisine Alexander Koppe is a dyed-in-the-wool Berliner who enjoys exploring new culinary horizons. Koppe Style is a modern, Michelin-starred style of cuisine with a French foundation, an Asian touch and a shot of Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, where the
The experience from start to finish was excellent. Staff were attentive but relaxed, the taster menu was perfect accompanied by wines chosen by the sommelier with a mind to keeping the cost reasonable. Fantastic setting with panoramic views across the city. This restaurant deserves the great reviews.
4 based on 334 reviews
Wir ziehen um. Ab dem 10. August 2019 Ã¶ffnen wir in der SchloÃstr. 61 Charlottenburg 14059 Berlin Man kann Boule auf dem Mittelstreifen spielen. AuÃerdem einen wunderschÃ¶nen Blick auf das SchloÃ Charlottenburg. 3 Museen in unmittelbarer NÃ¤he.
We have visited "Eselin" to celebrate our marriage anniversary with my wife and 4-month-old son. At first we were concerned that after "Eselin" has moved from the waterfront, the experience would be subpar, but we were mistaken. The garden is amazing and very relaxed, the staff friendly and easy-going and the food delicious.
5 based on 140 reviews
In summer it seems that places with good view and outdoor seating are at an advantage.Ser5vice and food quality is not paramount! This is one of those places.We came here in an effort to get closer to the water and boats for which thus was perfect.Several dog lovers crowded the place and some boat owners hang about before and after the trip.The service is well non existent and you go into this cabin like place and get what you want.You have to do the same when you want to pay the bill.But the service of Nature is impeccable with food views of sky and lake and flora around. relaxing, once you get your coffee
5 based on 200 reviews
Lovely, local restaurant down a quiet side street. Very friendly host and daily menu. This was my 60th birthday weekend treat in Berlin and was a great choice by my wife. We had the steak and the duck and both had a delicious chocolate desert. Limited but good choice of wines. Excellent value and thanks again for a lovely evening.
4 based on 397 reviews
The Julchenhoppe was taken on 01.03.2017 and under the new owner stands good service and good quality of the food and drinks in the first place. The "Julchenhoppe" is located at the SchlossbrÃ¼cke in the Nikolaiviertel in Berlin-Mitte. In the Old Berlin gu
The Julchen Hoppe in Berlin Nikolaiviertel just around Alexanderplatz serves german dishes (mostly meat and fish) in high quality for a relatively low price. Service is excellent and the whole place is very endearing - partly like a german bÃ¼rgerhaus in the late 19th century. Make sure to place your reservation if you are going on a Saturday night...
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