Lovely Restaurants in Berlin

With no shortage of 5 star hotels, fabulous new design stores, and some of the most important historical sites of the 20th Century, it’s no wonder Berlin has fast become one of the most exciting new luxury destinations in Europe. With so much history you are bound to do a lot of walking Berlin’s streets, and it’s important to refuel for the next days sightseeing and shopping. Here are some of TheR8’s favourite top-end eats in Berlin.

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horvathOpened by Sebastian Frank in the funky district of Kreuzberg right next to the canal, the emphasis here is on reinterpreting traditional German cuisine in a lighter, fresher way. It works as he is now the youngest Michelin starred chef to join the ranks in Berlin. A fantastic way to experience quality German cuisine, lightyears away from schnitzel and sausage!


DSC_0033_2008-07-17_11-12-48_640x425Based on French haute cuisine and led by Michelin starred chef Michael Hoffmann, here the fresh seasonal produce is always the main focus. In fact, some of the older vegetable varieties used have been specially grown for the restaurant on request. Their poetic dish descriptions are also a delight.


200371In the quiet atrium of the modern Mandala Hotel, Facil has become a popular choice for the Mitte fashion set, lured by the stylish design and dazzling food. With a retractable glass roof and a terrace adorned with bamboo and maple, this is one of the most serene dining spots in the otherwise vibrant district. Michelin-starred chef Michael Kempf regularly revises the menu with ever more ambitious dishes.


pimg_178488_Borchardt_Restaurant_Berlin_AAn absolute Berlin institution where the Schnitzel is super. During the day frequented by politicians and businessmen, at night by the local Berlin glitterati. Right in the heart of the city, perfect if you need a light lunch to break up the sightseeing.



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