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FACIL

International 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Michael Kempf’s restaurant in the Mandala Hotel not only offers amazing food but also splendid views from the fifth floor despite its lush bamboo garden. — Rough Guide

One of Germany's top restaurants, Facil is also one of the more relaxed of its class. — Fodor's

Michael Kempf’s Michelin-starred fare is hugely innovative yet deliciously devoid of unnecessary flights of fancy. — Lonely Planet

Chef Michael Kempf is whipping up some of the most interesting food in town. — Concierge

When the glass frontage and roof are open in the summer, it is almost like being outside with fresh green foliage everywhere. — Michelin Guide

Rutz Restaurant - Weinbar

German & Austrian 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This rising star in Berlin’s gourmet scene has slowly worked towards its first, well-deserved Michelin star by offering consistently high-quality fish and hearty meat dishes. — DK Eyewitness

The impressive ground-floor bar has a whole wall showcasing wines from around the globe - not obscure New World vintages, but the best of the best. — Time Out

Marco Müller’s creations strike just the right balance between adventure and comfort, an approach that won him a Michelin star in 2008. — Lonely Planet

Serious food-and-wine enthusiasts gather in the amber-lit, sleek-lined space and linger for hours indulging in the sensual experiences dished up here. — Travel + Leisure

Michelin-starred cuisine on the second floor and more than a thousand international wines offered in the ground-floor bar make this a de rigueur stop for foodies. — Rough Guide

Nobelhart & Schmutzig

85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 'food bar' offers its own special mix of trendy, urban chic and relaxed but professional service. — Michelin Guide

Plenty of fruits, vegetables and preparations you won't taste anywhere else, like pickled dandelion buds, ground ivy, and grapeseed oil cream. — Frommer's

They live up to the hype and serve strongly New Nordic influenced dishes. — Travel + Leisure

The locavore obsession is taken seriously at this trendy spot that uses only the most local ingredients in the simple but sublime preparations that come from the open kitchen. — Fodor's

‘Brutally local’ is the motto at the Michelin-starred restaurant of star sommelier Billy Wagner. — Lonely Planet

Henne

German & Austrian 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Only one thing on the menu - half a roast chicken - but Henne's birds are organically raised and milk-roasted. — Time Out

Die Henne (which means "the hen") has managed to stick around thanks in part to its most famous dish, which is still just about all they serve: crispy, buttermilk fried chicken. — Fodor's

Pub-style restaurant serving the best fried chicken... in Berlin, served with cabbage and potato salad sides. — Rough Guide

If you don’t like chicken, stay away from Henne in Kreuzberg, because chicken is almost the only thing they serve. — Frommer's

Henne offers the moistest, crispiest milk-roasted bird to be found in Mitteleuropa, along with a décor that’s a celebration of Berlin as a working-class city. — Travel + Leisure

Restaurant Horvath

Vegan and Vegetarian 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Try Horváth if you fancy some really imaginative cuisine full of interesting combinations, full-bodied flavours and intensity. — Michelin Guide

At his canal-side bistro, newly minted Michelin chef Sebastian Frank performs culinary alchemy with Austrian classics, fearlessly combining textures, flavours and ingredients. — Lonely Planet

Celebrities, including the mayor of Berlin, continue to frequent these airy, hyper-avant-garde dining rooms, enjoying dishes that are inspired by recipes from Bavaria to Bangkok. — Frommer's

The canal-front restaurant spotlights regional dishes such as lamb with chanterelles, fresh tarragon, and apricots. — Travel + Leisure

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Restaurant Tim Raue

International 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Unstuffy ambience and subtly sophisticated design pair perfectly with Raue's brilliant Asian-inspired cuisine that looks like art on a plate and launches a taste explosion in your mouth. — Lonely Planet

Local Kreuzberg lad done extremely well, Tim Raue has been extremely busy of late. — Time Out

Time Raue's cuisine is minimal and pared down, using a small number of high quality ingredients to perfect effect. — Michelin Guide

Located in the Hotel Adlon Kempinski are star chef Tim Raue’s twin restaurants. — Travel + Leisure

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Lokal

83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Relaxed, friendly and pleasantly unpretentious, it is no surprise that Lokal is popular with Berliner and visitors alike. — Michelin Guide

This popular restaurant, located on the corner of one of Berlin's prettiest streets, serves locally sourced dishes like Brandenburg wild boar, lake trout, or venison on stylish long wooden tables. — Fodor's

Das Lokal flies the flag for Portland-style locavore cuisine, using only the most sustainable of ingredients for its changing menu of German staples. — Time Out

If you think the stark and basic interior) is a bit ho-hum, perhaps the inspired, fresh and colourful takes on German fare will make you a fan of Lokal after all. — Lonely Planet

Freshly cut flowers, rustic wood tables, and an artsy crowd pepper this Mitte standout where ingredients are natural and sourced, as you might have guessed, locally. The menu changes... — Afar Magazine

Bandol sur Mer

French 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This little restaurant is simple and casual, verging on the rough and ready. — Michelin Guide

Berliners line up for its exquisite entrecôte, innovative seafood and an extensive selection of excellent French and German wines. — Time Out

With its hyper-modern twist on the French fine-dining tradition, Bandol Sur Mer is fresh, playful and classy. — Travel + Leisure

This tiny, 20-seat eatery serves French classics. — Fodor's

This teensy bistro in a former döneria (doner kebab shop) on Torstrasse’s evolving restaurant row is worthy of a culinary Oscar. — Lonely Planet

Hugos Restaurant

German & Austrian 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Not only is Thomas Kammeier's cuisine highly rated, up on the 14th floor you will find your gaze drawn from your plate out over the rooftops of Berlin. — Michelin Guide

The Michelin-starred Hugo’s is Berlin’s most affable gourmet restaurant, with impeccable service and stunning views of the city. — DK Eyewitness

In a gorgeously appointed room at the top of the Hotel InterContinental, superstar chef Thomas Kammeier creates Michelin-starred “New German-Mediterranean” food that you can sample. — Rough Guide

Probably Berlin's best restaurant right now, and with the awards to prove it. — Time Out

The Michelin Star award-winning Hugos is located on the 14th floor of the InterContinental Berlin and offers diners panoramic city views to complement their meals. — Travel + Leisure

Katz Orange

Cafés 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Wits its gourmet organic farm-to-table menu, feel-good country styling and swift and smiling servers, the 'Orange Cat' hits a gastro grand slam. — Lonely Planet

This cozy restaurant, hidden in a courtyard off a quiet, residential street, is both elegant enough for a special occasion and homey enough to become a favorite local haunt. — Fodor's

This restaurant set in a listed building built in 1893 is friendly and lively. — Michelin Guide

Located on the courtyard of an old brick brewery building, Katz Orange is a foodie favorite that serves vegan and organic meat dishes using responsibly sourced ingredients. — Frommer's

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La Soupe Populaire

International 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chef Tim Raue has wowed the city (and the Michelin guide, nabbing two stars) with his eponymous, Asian-inspired restaurant. — Condé Nast Traveler

Local top toque Tim Raue's newest gastro destination embraces the soulful goodness of German home-cooking. — Lonely Planet

The rough, raw industrial architecture of the former Bötzow brewery provides a great backdrop, and Diners love to eat authentic Berlin food. — Michelin Guide

Tim Raue is Berlin's local boy made good, a Kreuzberg gang member turned celebrity chef who owns five restaurants at last count. — Frommer's

Berlin can't resist a glamorous ruin, and Bötzow Brauerei, the old brewery complex that houses this new restaurant, is the mother of them all. — Fodor's

Borchardt

German & Austrian 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A traditional townhouse in the Gendarmenmarkt is home to this trendy restaurant serving international cuisine with a charming interior courtyard terrace. — Michelin Guide

A Berlin institution, this high-ceilinged brasserie is as famous for its succulent wiener schnitzel as it is for its guest roster of international power players. — Lonely Planet

Restaurateurs Roland Mary and Marina Richter run the place like a well-oiled machine, and the kitchen sends out traditional German and French dishes of the highest standard. — Concierge

One of the favorite haunts of ambassadors, presidents, prime ministers, and Berlin's power brokers, the current Borchardt is actually a recreation of the original, which was next door. — Condé Nast Traveler

Spacious marble interior and close fitted, finely dressed tables with superior garden seating in summer months contribute to decadent, grandiose atmosphere with requisite price tag. — BlackBook

Gugelhof

French 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A mature Alsatian restaurant that pioneered the Kollwitzplatz scene in the 1990s. The food is refined but filling, the service formal but friendly, and the furnishings are comfortably worn in. — Time Out

While the service is occasionally slow, the French/German cuisine is solid and often surprisingly sophisticated. — Concierge

Bill Clinton was once a guest at this restaurant, which attracts clients from all over Berlin. The menu features an original combination of German and French dishes. — DK Eyewitness

Lively Alsatian restaurant put on the map by Bill Clinton’s surprise visit in 2000, and successful ever since. — Rough Guide

Dishes are hearty and seasonal—think herb-crusted noisette of lamb with mashed potatoes and creamed chanterelles. — Travel + Leisure

Pasternak

International 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Menu items read like what the characters in a Dostoevsky novel might have ordered: borscht, blinis, chicken Kiev, pork skewers with pomegranate and walnut sauce, Taig Taschen. — Frommer's

Long-standing Jewish-Russian restaurant, named after the author of Doctor Zhivago, and best known for its incredible Sunday brunch. — Rough Guide

Russian-inspired treats such as deviled eggs topped with salmon roe, blini with sour cream and dill, and pierogi, are the draw at Pasternak. — Fodor's

Go Russian at this Moscow- style venue, with borshch, Russian music and vodka. — DK Eyewitness

Comrades! Collectively endeavour to avail yourself of the traditional specialties of the Russian people! — Insight Guides

Fischers Fritz

German & Austrian 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the Regent hotel, this is the domain of chef de cuisine Christian Lohse. Fischers Fritz is the two-star Michelin restaurant in Berlin. — Frommer's

Fischers Fritz is the domain of Christian Lohse, whose way with fish and seafood has earned him numerous accolades (including two Michelin stars). — Rough Guide

This formal wood-paneled dining room is one of the grandest in the city and the only one with two Michelin stars. — Travel + Leisure

Holder of two Michelin stars since 2008, Christian Lohse's mastery of the technical aspects of his art is now firmly established. — Michelin Guide

Even those shunning hotel restaurants on principle must concede that Christian Lohse has earned his two Michelin stars by jazzing up superb fish, meat and seafood into a carnival of flavours. — Lonely Planet

Burgermeister

Burgers 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's now one of Berlin's most popular burger joints, perfect for late-night bites on the way to or from Kreuzberg's countless haunts. — BlackBook

Cult burger joint in a converted old Prussian public toilets, by the elevated underground station at Schlesisches Tor, serving fresh and delicious burgers. — Rough Guide

The plump all-beef patties are top-notch and best paired with fries and home-made dips such as peanut and mango curry. — Lonely Planet

Berliners claim their beloved Burgermeister, under the arches of the U-Bahn station at Schlesisches Tor, makes the best burgers in Berlin. — Frommer's

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Konnopke's

Fast Food 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Currywurst is justly famous at this venerable sausage stand, which has been under the same family management since 1930. — Time Out

Pommes and Wurst served from a pre-fab cabin beneath the S-Bahn lines since 1930; surviving fascism, communism and World War II. — Rough Guide

Few things are more essentially Berlin than gobbling up one of these with a big side order of pommes frites with a dollop of mayonnaise and a beer. — Concierge

Brave the inevitable queue for great Currywurst from one of the city’s cult sausage kitchens, now in shiny new glass digs but in the same historic spot since 1930. — Lonely Planet

Under the tracks of the elevated U2 subway line is Berlin's most beloved sausage stand. — Fodor's

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Grill Royal

Steakhouses 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you like great steaks, you can choose your cut at this flashy steakhouse. — DK Eyewitness

The scene (and subsequent bragging rights) is really all this place has to offer. — BlackBook

With its entrance on the promenade by the Spree below the Weidendammer Brücke, this comfortably cavernous restaurant is more reminiscent of London or Paris than Berlin. — Time Out

Argentinean and French steaks are the stars, available in portions from six ounces and up; other meat specialties include organic pork roast and herbed veal chop. — Concierge

Open since the spring of 2007, this terrific Spree-riverfront steak house is still one of the city’s see-and-be-seen hot spots. — Travel + Leisure

Cookies Cream

Vegan and Vegetarian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For a taste of Berlin's infamous underground nightlife, check out the cozy, high-hipster ambience of Cookies Cream, whose veggie-fabulous menu is worth the mild hazing to get there. — Condé Nast Traveler

This stylish vegetarian restaurant, one of the best in the city, is worth seeking out. — Rough Guide

Berlin nightlife "mogul" Cookie is a fixture on the Mitte scene and Cookies Cream, the vegetarian fine-dining establishment above the club Cookies, is his crowning achievement. — Fodor's

Meander through the delivery area between Westin Grand and Komische Oper to a blank door with flickering light bulbs. — Time Out

Kudos if you can locate this chic herbivore haven right away. Hint: it's upstairs past a giant chandelier in the service alley of the Westin Grand Hotel. — Lonely Planet

Renger-Patzsch Restaurant

German & Austrian 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This off-the-beaten-path neighbourhood restaurant exudes a refreshing earthiness that matches its robust menu. — Lonely Planet

Rustic restaurant, with dark wood interiors and white tablecloths covering long communal tables, serving excellent cuisine from the Alsace region – a mix of French and German. — Rough Guide

With a changing daily menu, chef Hannes Behrmann focuses on top-notch ingredients, respecting the classics while also reinventing them. — Fodor's

This cosy restaurant is named after the pioneer of landscape photography - black and white pictures adorn the walls. Good traditional cooking and tarte flambee are on the menu. — Michelin Guide

The pan-German menu - soup and salad starters, a sausage and sauerkraut platter, plus daily varying meat and fish dishes - is finely prepared by chef Hannes Behrmann. — Time Out

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