Berlin is an edgy city, from its fashion to its architecture to its charged political history. The Berlin Wall is a sobering reminder of the hyper-charged postwar atmosphere, and yet the graffiti art that now covers its remnants has become symbolic of social progress. Check out the Weltzeituhr (world time) Clock, topped by a model of the solar system, then turn back time by dining at the historic Zur Letzten Instanz, a 16th century restaurant that was frequented by Napoleon and Beethoven.
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4.5 based on 710 reviews
The FACIL, Berlin's oasis of culinary culture, offers a refreshing combination of elegant lightness and pure luxury, modernity and understatement. The restaurant treats diners to the very best cuisine and it has an easygoing feel. The service is excellent and you have the chance to relax and escape from the stresses and strains of everyday life. The core of the FACIL philosophy is the lightness of being. In culinary terms, the food will melt on your tongue. The restaurant offers a selection of natural cuisine which is both unpretentious and ingenious.
I am a lover of the lunch courses which the restaurant offers from Monday to Friday at reasonable prices. You will be pampered by a three course menu at star-level which is supplemented by different ameuse-geules, great breads and afterwards sweets and chocolades. The atmosphere in the roof top restaurant is beautiful and the service is very professional. Nice wines per glas are available. You have to try it and enjoy a wonderful mid-day.
4.5 based on 255 reviews
The Kurpfalz Weinstube are a traditional wine tavern With German and regional cuisine. The focus is on German - in particular Pfälzer - wines With great vintage depth and high bandwidth. The wine taverns invite you to the daily enjoyment of food and drink. The Schoppenweinkarte offers more than 40 open wines and the wine cellar holds 400 bottles of wine.
The Kurpfalz-Weinstuben is an amazing find, if you are looking for a restaurant that specializes in "nouvelle-german" cuisine. It also has an excellent wine selection from the Palatinate (Pfalz) -- from sparkling wines, to fascinating reds, and mineral-heavy whites. The value for the money is...MoreThanks, super motivation for us. Thanks
4.5 based on 653 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 decoration of what is now the restaurant survived. The stucco ornamentation you can admire here have been created by the most advanced students and trainedcraftsmen of the principal and owner. He maintained a plasterer's and sculptuor's studio. The decorations depict different motives from mythology and rural life. They show advanced technical skills. The premises in their organic design provide an insight into the stuccateurs' craftmenship unique for Berlin around the turn of the twentieth century. They offer a unique spatial experience the qualitiy and complexitiy of which were out of the ordinary. In the backyard of the house there were several studios, amongst others those of the expressionist work group ,,Die Brücke" (,,The Bridge"). Between 1910 and 1913 Max Pechstein and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner worked here.
The food is amazing and the service is great, so the place has everything you can ask for. We enjoyed everything served and are happy to return to this place again next time in Berlin.
4.5 based on 242 reviews
Probably best pork cured knuckle in town: "Schinkelhaxe" with sauerkraut and bread/potato dumplings. We started with goulash soup and finished with delicious apple strudle at this local German restaurant located on the East side. Apparently quite popular among the Berliners. Must try. And best of all, reasonable price.
5 based on 194 reviews
winter opening times from november to march<br>summer opening times from april to october <br>will be closed for holidays from 31. december 2016 to 24.january<br>Booking necessary
This is my third visit at this restaurant, although my first one on the new location. The owners have settled in a sailing club in the beautiful Wannsee, the same area where they were before, but with a lot more charm now. The restaurant is located on the original building, which is a very nice old boat hangar. From what I understood, the club is making a new building, where the restaurant will move.
Most importantly, the food is still the same (when not better) quality. I took a delicious chestnut soup/cream and the most well known schnitzel, which did not let me down.
The journey from central Berlin was well worth it!
Not to miss.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We visited Ristorante A Mano on Sunday evening for my fiance's birthday whilst in Berlin, and it was absolutely wonderful! I booked it after Reading the amazing reviews on Tripadvisor and I'm so glad I did. The service was exceptional and the waiters couldn't do enough for us, being greeted at the door with a glass of prosecco was a wonderful start to a lovely evening. The food was delicious, and by far the best meal we had in Berlin on our trip away. I would 100% recommend Ristorante A Mano to anybody visiting Berlin.
Thank you again for a wonderful evening!
4.5 based on 312 reviews
Daily fresh fish: sole, turbot, Sashimi tuna, bream, shrimp, swordfish, calamaretti, Giant Gamberoni, salmon ect. Best steak from Argentina (Black Angus Rind beef) Calf: calf filet, calf liver (Bahlmann-Kalb Germany) the best
This is a restaurant in the suburbs so a little S bahn ride from the city center but don't let that put you off as what awaits is top quality Italian food, great surroundings and friendly service.
The menu is wonderful, whether you like your traditional dishes or want something a little different. I had a pasta dish with freshly sliced truffle which was mouthwatering, really special.
My only suggestion would be to offer some German wine on the list, just one or two special bottles would be fab.
If in Berlin and you like Italian food, come here.
4.5 based on 232 reviews
Together with his crew, Berlin’s youngest Michelin-starred chef de cuisine Alexander Koppe serves up modern yet down-to-earth reinterpretations of German and Berlin cuisine. The philosophy is to spice up top-quality local ingredients with international influences in order to serve authentic dishes that have a special touch.
Berlin has many restaurants but mostly are for a quick eat, the culinarian culture is more about getting fed rather than about enjoyment and luxury. So after eating in many mediocre vienamese, sushi, german, italian and turkish restaurants, I decided to spoil myself with Skykitchen.
I went to this restaurant with my partner, I booked the table one week ahead and it is very easy and can all be done online.
The restaurant is in a nice hotel on the 12th floor, after the waitor took our coats, we were introduced to our seat, the dinner enviornment is nice and quiet, it was almost full but still very pleasantly quiet and spacious.
The waitors are very helpful and friendly. We ordered the 6 course menu with wine pairing. The waiting time for food is not long and the interval is nicely timed so that at no point I was left hungry or bored.
Each dish is well represented, and an introduction of the ingredient for each dish was provided by the waitor, there is a nice balance between meat, seafood, vegetable and fruits. the desert is my favourite, it is innovative and fun, it finishes the meal on a sweet high note. Each dish is well thought through by the chef and excuted to a very high standard.
The wine pairing is also accurate. I like the fact that lots of the wine and ingredients are local sourced from Germany, some even from Brandenburg.
It is nice to be reminded about fine things in life and how food can be relaxing, imaginative and fun again.
Anyone who loves to have a bit of culinarian advanture should try this restaurant.
4.5 based on 160 reviews
A small family restaurant with 5 table and 18 seatplaces. With the nice and warm weather we have also 5 table outside.only cash
They do a bargain 3 course Italian lunch for 7.50 euros. Fresh home made pastas. Fresh ingredients. Unbeatable. Great people. Great food. Went back for dinner. We had lovely fresh oysters. I had a superb, tasty, very tender large rib eye steak with cavalo nero. One of my favourite places to eat anywhere. Just go.
5 based on 200 reviews
Welcome to EL LOCO! <br>The restaurant "El Loco", Spanish for “The madman“, opened on May 1, <br>2008 in the center of the historical old town of Köpenick. <br> <br>It was the venue of the official championship in „Spicy Eating“ - the fist one <br>of its kind in Germany. <br>You can witness the preparation of your food in our show kitchen any time <br>- where else can you see and experience that? <br>All of our dishes are served with a tasty basic spiciness but you can also <br>choose how hot you want to be. <br>We are offering a selection of sauces/dips with various degrees of <br>spiciness (Scoville-units). <br>*Scoville: <br>The Scoville test, based on the Scoville scale, is a method developed in <br>1912 by pharmacologist Wilbur L. Scoville in order to determine the <br>spiciness of the fruits of the pepper plant. First, the value was determined <br>indirectly and purely subjectively, but today it can also be determined by <br>experiment. The assessment is dependent on the proportion of the <br>capsaicin contained in the dried fruit,
Turned up at the restaurant with my 13 year old son at 930pm on a Sunday. It was empty, although the sign was still outside.There was no specfied clsoing time. We were locked out with no explanation and just glared at by the waiter. (We...Morewe had a complete power failure this day in Berlin-Köpenick. Something we can not influence. We end this circumstance.
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