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German & Austrian
Mitte
9 reviews
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
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European
Kreuzberg
7 reviews
With a tasting menu of 10 hyper-seasonal courses—including, in early March, trout with smoked potato purée, earthy Jerusalem artichokes with black pudding sausage, and a rich confit of lamb's neck. — Condé Nast Traveler
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German & Austrian
Mitte
9 reviews
Everyone of importance, including German chancellors, dines at Borchardt. — DK Eyewitness
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German & Austrian
Charlottenburg
8 reviews
The food is not vividly memorable but, rather like the room itself, is expertly composed and easy to like. — Travel + Leisure
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Mitte
6 reviews
Easily recognizable by its logo — an inverted version of the famous McDonald’s® golden arches — W Imbiss is a unique eatery in the Kastanienallee area of Prenzlauer Berg. — Travel + Leisure
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Kreuzberg
5 reviews
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
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Cafe
Mitte
9 reviews
Snazzy Vietnamese place with delicious soups and noodle dishes... from a tiny menu – look out also for the daily specials on the blackboard, which are available without meat. — Rough Guide
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Cafe
Mitte
4 reviews
Another tenant of the former Jewish school, Jüdische Mädchenschule, in Mitte, Mogg & Melzer is a hip deli boasting New York-style Jewish fare. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Cafe
Charlottenburg
7 reviews
After near-fatal brush with bankruptcy, this legendary West Berlin bistro still holds court as the choice salon for iconic artists and cinema stars. — BlackBook
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German & Austrian
Kreuzberg
5 reviews
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
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Mitte
6 reviews
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
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Asian
Kreuzberg
5 reviews
Located in the Hotel Adlon Kempinski are star chef Tim Raue’s twin restaurants. — Travel + Leisure
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German & Austrian
Charlottenburg
7 reviews
The Michelin-starred Hugo’s is Berlin’s most affable gourmet restaurant, with impeccable service and stunning views of the city. — DK Eyewitness
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Cafe
Mitte
7 reviews
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
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Healthy
Mitte
6 reviews
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
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European
Mitte
7 reviews
A former kebab kiosk refurbished into a tiny but casually upmarket and hugely popular French restaurant. — Rough Guide
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Cafe
Prenzlauer Berg
7 reviews
The atmosphere is friendly and the food fine and filling. Kick off with borscht or the ample fish plate, then broach the hearty beef stroganoff. — Time Out
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German & Austrian
Mitte
8 reviews
Housed in the luxe Regent Hotel, Fischers Fritz is a redoubt of old-fashioned plush, wood paneling, and hushed voices. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Cafe
Prenzlauer Berg
7 reviews
Lively Alsatian restaurant put on the map by Bill Clinton’s surprise visit in 2000, and successful ever since. — Rough Guide
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Cafe
Prenzlauer Berg
6 reviews
Bonanza might be the world’s best coffee house. — Let's Go
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