A refreshing lunch in enjoy the capital – in which citypart, in which Kiez, in which Street? So that the agony of choice does not make you dizzy, we have aige exquisite places selected for you.
Managing director Anna-Maria Maaß spoils her guests with German-French brasserie cuisine. Another feast for the eyes in the guest room is the huge wooden relief “Bacchanal” by Canadian artist Jean-Yves Klein. It gives the gendarmerie a touch of bohemia.
Our tip: The classic Wiener Schnitzel and a glass of Imperial, a full-bodied red wine from Austria.
Where: Behrenstraße 42, 10117 Berlin
When: Daily 11-1 pm
If you feel like a lunch by the water then this is the Lindwerder your location. The restaurant on a Havel island at the height of Grunewald offers its guests German cuisine with a Mediterranean touch and attaches great importance to regional origin.
Our tip: Pike perch in a lime butter sauce, served with truffled mashed potatoes and finished with a cheese platter with fig mustard and toasted bread.
Where: Lindwerder Island, Havelchaussee 43, 14193 Berlin.
When: Thu&Fri 12-21 h, Sat&Sun 12-22 h
Victor & Victoria
Chef Stephan Krogmann stands for fine dining at star cuisine level. His creations are French inspired. Bar manager Ferhat Akbiyik accompanies the culinary journey with international spirits.
Our tip: The 7-course menu (edible crab | green asparagus | monkfish | pigeon | Kir Royal | Moro blood orange) | Green Asparagus | Monkfish | Pigeon | Lamb | Kir Royal | Moro Blood Orange)
Where: Charlottenstraße 59, 10117 Berlin
When: Mon-Thu 11:30am-2pm, Fri 11:30am-2pm, Sat 9am-2pm, Sun & Holiday 9am-2pm.