“Berlin, the greatest cultural extravaganza that one could imagine.”
- David Bowie -
Our choice of cultural, creative and culinary destinations.
The slick Tokyo gangster experience, with sensational Nikkei food.
Duc Ngo is the man behind this outlaw establishment. His Kuchi and Cocolo joints brought sushi and ramen to Berlin way before the trends had blossomed, and 893 is similarly ahead of the game.
The Tattersall is named after the English horse auctioneer Richard Tattersall and used to be an indoor riding-hall and a riding school. Around 500 portraits of artists hang on the patina-covered walls of this restaurant.
"12 curious guests seated around a massive maple wood counter "
To understand Ernst you must understand Dylan Watson-Brawn. A remarkably focused 24-year old Canadian from Vancouver that left school when he was 16 and in a turn of fate ended up as one of the first Gaijins in the kitchen of the legendary three star fine dining institution Ryugin in Tokyo.
"Head for the 'Slow Cuisine'"
The Katz Orange kitchen works with regional premium ingredients like tartar of Brandenburg venison, or goat quark with quinoa-falafel.
The pork Duroc gets roasted for 12 hours at a low temperature and is served with its own gravy. In a similar fashion enjoy salt meadow lamb and short ribs from free range cattle.
"The most refined Thai food in Berlin right now"
It is a wildly ambitious restaurant project that seeks to push the concept of authenticity around Thai cuisine to a level that might not even exist in the actual land of smiles.
NOBELHART & SCHMUTZIG
In a simplistic menu limited to local ingredients, Nobelhart & Schmutzig takes the guest on a journey that pushes the idea of conventional dining in Berlin.
Nobelhart & Schmutzig
A two-story, expansive space hidden in a back courtyard off Potsdamer Strasse, Panama shares the street that has, in the last five years, become home to some of Berlin’s most prestigious galleries. Fittingly, Panama’s rooms are filled with the work of contemporary artists
Potsdamer Strasse 91
Pauly Saal is the fine dining temple in Mitte where contemporary fine dining meets a spectacular venue in a former Jewish girl's school.
Auguststrasse 11 - 13
Best authentic Japanese in Berlin
Zenkichi is a new fine dining Izakaya or Japanese Brasserie, as the owners like to call it, and the second restaurant by Motoko Watanabe und Shaul Margulies who relocated from New York to Berlin to expand their Japanese restaurant empire.