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A Foodie Guide To Berlin's Best Restaurants

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August 4, 2017 / German / By
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Berlin’s food scene changed drastically during the last decade and it became a very exciting European destination for foodies from all over the world. From Michelin-starred restaurants to cozy eateries, Berlin has diverse flavors for all its visitors’ tastes.

Lutter & Wegner

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Opened in 1811, Lutter & Wegner serves a combination of Bavarian and international food and probably the best Wiener schnitzel in Berlin. The atmosphere is friendly and the establishment is great for a night out with friends and family.

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The wine selection is impressive and the dishes are delicious. As we already said, the Wiener schnitzel is incredible but the marinated roast beef (sauerbraten) is also a dish you shouldn’t say no to if you eat at Lutter & Wegner.

Rogacki

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Situated in West Berlin, Rogacki is a well-known deli opened in the 30s. The deli sells everything from delicious seafood to the finest meats in Berlin.  

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We recommend visiting Rogacki during lunch time for affordable but delicious food. The smoked freshwater eel is absolutely amazing!

Grill Royal

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Grill Royal is a gourmet steakhouse that has a chic décor with a retro vibe. The place has an open kitchen and you can watch the cooks prepare your meal. Grill Royal’s chef is renowned for its delicious steaks and he is considered a connoisseur of meat dishes.

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We know we said Grill Royal is a steakhouse however, you shouldn’t ignore the gourmet part. The establishment has incredible seafood dishes, a variety of desserts to choose from and a great selection of wine and champagne.

Der Goldene Hahn

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Situated in the heart of Berlin, Der Goldene Hahn is a cozy and rustic restaurant that serves authentic Italian dishes. If you visit Der Golden Hahn, expect a friendly trattoria atmosphere, good music and delicious food.

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The menu changes daily so if you fall in love with this place, you will be able to enjoy different Italian dishes every time you decide to stop here however, if you plan to go to Der Golden Hahn with a group, you can order one of the set menus. Make sure to make a reservation though since the place can be pretty crowded. 

Nobelhart & Schmutzig

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Nobelhart & Schmutzig is a special restaurant that wants you to feel like you are dining in your own living room while there. The restaurant has a counter with 28 seats from where you can watch the cooks preparing your meal.

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The dishes at Nobelhart & Schmutzig are prepared with ingredients from Berlin or the surrounding areas and are served alongside wine from one of the best sommeliers in the city. The 10 course tasting menu will satisfy even the most pretentious taste buds.

Mogg

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Mogg or Mogg  & Melzer, as the deli was formerly known, is the perfect place for a delicious lunch break. Founded by two DJs who love cured beef, Mogg is a friendly place where locals and tourists alike sit together for traditional German dishes but also for international cuisine dishes.

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If you visit Mogg, you have to try their sauerkraut, the Reuben, the cream cheese bagels and the pastrami.

Pauly Saal

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Arne Anker, Pauly Saal’s chef, is a renowned chef of the Berlin’s fine dining scene and the person responsible for the delicious seafood dishes you will be able to order at the restaurant. The venue is stunning and the wine selection is absolutely incredible. Foodies who love to pair their meals with a good wine have more than 600 wines to choose from at Pauly Saal.

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When your food arrives, you will noticed the fact that everything looks perfect. Arne Anker’s attention to details and its complex cooking style transformed the dishes served at Pauly Saal in amazing experiences.

Jolesch

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Jolesch is an Austrian restaurant that opened in 1992 and since then serves locals and tourists with some of the best Austrian dishes. From Wiener schnitzel to adventurous dishes created by the restaurant’s chef, Jolesch is a great place to indulge in comfort dishes.

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If you want to try a classic, order the gigantic schnitzel with potatoes and pickled cucumbers as sides, but if you feel adventurous, order something from the seasonal menu like the hay-smoked lamb tongue. Also, if you have a sweet tooth, make sure you have room for dessert since the cakes and the other desserts served at Jolesch are absolutely incredible.

Engelberg

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Engelberg is the best place to visit for a proper German breakfast. The ingredients used at Engelberg are locally sourced and always fresh and the sidewalk patio where they serve their dishes is perfect to start your day.

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From rolls, bread and cheese to various spreads and other thigs that are traditionally served for breakfast, Engelberg offers you the best German Breakfast experience in Berlin at affordable prices.


Cocolo Ramen X-Berg

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Those who want to try authentic Japanese ramen, should pay a visit to Cocolo Ramen X-Berg that was initially a tiny bar that had to expand and open a second location due to popular demand.

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There are numerous ramen options you can choose from including the classic light shoyu soup with roast pork but also unconventional options, such as Tantan (a spicy soup/broth with minced meat and sweet corn). Gyoza dumplings with vegetables or pork can also be ordered at Cocolo Ramen X-Berg.

Lode & Stijn

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Owned by two Dutch chefs, Lode & Stijn is a small and cozy place that serves simple but delicious food, the type you find in bistros, alongside delicious and refined classic Dutch dishes.

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We highly recommend the beef tartare and the beef croquettes paired with one of the wines or Belgian beers you will find in the menu.


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