After an eventful day full of activities, nothing stands in the way of an enjoyable dinner in Berlin. The city offers a wealth of culinary options to explore. That’s why we have selected some special places for you.
Mezze Bar by MontRaw
The Mezze Bar impresses with a Casual-Fine dining concept and an excellent Mediterranean cuisine. Co-owner Shimon Rokhlin has brought back typical Levantine recipes from his native Israel and varies them with elements from all over the Mediterranean.
Our tip: A Fine de Claire oyster and a tequila cocktail with sea salt to start, followed by a Shrimp Carpaccio with chili and fresh coriander, accompanied by a Lillet Rosé cocktail.
Where: Strassburger Street 33, 10405 Berlin
When: Tue-Sat 6pm-2pm
Holly Gastrobar’s cuisine combines traditional elements of French and German cuisine with experimental methods. Special emphasis is placed on chef Simon Guitard and his team focus on regional products. Beer and wine-Sommelière
Fernanda Befi serves a selection of German and French organic wines and Berlin Craft Beer.
Our tip: 4-course menu: 1) Hand-cut fillet of beef tartare, potato nest, cured egg yolk, fermented potato mayonnaise.
2) Baked Camembert – Beetroot Chutney – Homemade Roasted Miso
3) Fillet of lamb with miso cauliflower rub, cauliflower almond puree, rhubarb gel, fermented blueberry, crispy kohlrabi leaves.
4) Blanc Manger, strawberry chili jam, popcorn, caramel butter caramel.
Where: Mainzer Straße 23, 12053 Berlin
When: Wed-Fri 18-22:30 (kitchen), 18-0:30 (bar)
The KINK – restaurant and bar in one – spoils its guests with upscale cuisine and cocktails with partly homemade ingredients. The heart of the bar and kitchen is a so-called rotary evaporator: from herbalnHere, oils and essences are created from herbs, spices and other ingredients, giving both drinks and dishes an unmistakable note.
Our tip: Guinea fowl with chanterelles, cherries, wild cauliflower and vadouvan. Then a skyr with fermented blueberries, lemon and thyme. And to finish, popcorn ice cream.
Where: Schönhauser Allee 176, 10119 Berlin
When: Daily from 6 pm
The bon vivant features exceptional vegan cuisine and coordinated cocktails, and was recently awarded a Michelin star. Both chef Niko Berger and bar manager Elias Heintz seek to get close to guests, explain the concept of each menu and are always up for a chat.
Our tip: A 5-course menu with cocktail accompaniment.
Where: Goltzstraße 32, 10781 Berlin
When: Dinner & Drinks daily from 6 pm, Brunch Sat&Sun 10 am – 3 pm