Bar, Berlin, Restaurants
Ein voll gedeckter Tisch mit verschiedenen Fleisch- und Gemüsespeisen im The Grand, Berlin.

Vibrant times at The Grand, Berlin

Restaurant, bar, club: The Grand in Berlin-Mitte has it all. Whoever enters here enters a cosmos of its own that makes guests forget about time.


How does the perfect evening begin? With an aperitif in a restaurant, a glass of champagne, or a classic cocktail at the bar? At The Grand, guests choreograph their own culinary journey, with the support of a team that is united by one thing above all: their love for gastronomy and this unique establishment that combines fine dining with an atmosphere of variété and décadence.


Homely warmth and joy


In a side alley, a few steps away from Alexanderplatz, life is beginning to vibrate again after a break of almost three years due to Corona. “As a team, the crisis has bonded us strongly,” says chef Tilo Roth, “and we now want to share with our guest this homely warmth and joy about having made it this far.”


The Grand, Berlin: vivid delight 
Gäste an einem gedeckten Tisch auf der überachten Terrasse des The Grand in Berlin-Mitte.
Kitchen, wine cellar and bar


Chef Tilo Roth offers his guests German-French classics such as lobster or rack of lamb, each of which he gives a new twist. (Our tip: Currently is chanterelle season!) In addition, the staff serves fine wines, sparkling wines and champagne. And Giuseppe Mancino conjures up cocktail creations at the bar, such as the barrel effervescent mojito, which brings summer freshness. But the most important thing: the entire evening from the apéritif to the final coffee should form a single experience of pleasure and well-being at The Grand.

Cuba meets Berlin in the barrel-brewed mojito, just as a rougher setting meets design elements and tactile luxury at The Grand.
Matthias Martens
Operations Manager The Grand

Individual Experience

It is important to the people behind the restaurant scene that every guest at The Grand feels individually looked after. And you can feel it: the service staff is as concerned about professionalism as it is about meeting guests on a human level. “I don’t want my waiters to be penguins,” says operations manager Matthias Martens, “I want them to be themselves.”


Thanks to luca Pay, guests simply scan a QR code from the waiter’s smartphone when paying and complete the payment digitally, without the need for a card reader. This saves time, is completely contactless, and is still personal due to the proximity.


That’s what the luca team thinks:


We especially like the charm of the dining room. This special thing that makes Berlin so special is once again shown here from an impressive side. The food also tastes excellent, and the wine list is impressive!


Who is this for?


Demanding gourmets who like to spend their evening in a special atmosphere.

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