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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Eating out in Berlin is a pleasure, for three reasons: there is an abundance of restaurants, the standard is generally high and they are still affordable too.

Visitors will find dishes from throughout the world here. The many superb Asian restaurants, with their authentic Japanese, Thai or Chinese dishes, are remarkable. The fact that Berliners love pasta is clear from the large number of cosy Italian restaurants that the city boasts. People like to eat out here, so visitors are advised to book.

Monsieur Vuong

One of the city’s best restaurants is situated on one of the most beautiful streets in Berlin. Enjoy crisp, fresh Vietnamese dishes and finish off your meal with traditional Vietnamese tea or coffee. With beautiful colours and beautiful porcelain, it’s always full. Address: Alte Schönhauser Straße 46 (the Mitte area) U-Bahn: Weinmeisterstraβe


This well-known Sushi restaurant is situated in one of the most pleasant areas in West Berlin. Horizons are broadened here, without giving up the classic Japanese tradition. Find spicy sauces, tempura and ginger tea. Kuchi has another restaurant at Gipsstraße 3, Mitte. Address: Kantstraße 30 (the Charlottenburg area) S-Bahn: Savignyplatz

Good Time

One of the best Thai restaurants in the city. Elegant atmosphere, wines at the right temperature and sophisticated dishes. The wooden figures have been carved just as perfectly as the carrots on your plate. Address: Chausséestraße 1 (the Mitte area) U-Bahn: Oranienburger Tor


This has been a gastronomic pearl in Berlin for a long time now. Guests will find all their favourite Italian delicacies here: good wines, sausages and cheeses. You can enjoy a delicious foccaccia breakfast here too or a risotto lunch. Address: Neue Schönhauser Straße 13 (the Mitte area) U-Bahn: Weinmeisterstraβe

Alt Luxemburg

One of Germany’s most well-known chefs serves his renowned dishes in a pleasant 19th-century atmosphere. Lobster is always on the menu in some form or other. Address: Windscheidstraße 31 (the Charlottenburg area) U-Bahn: Sophie-Charlotte-Platz

I Due Forni

This is the pizzeria favoured most by Berliners. The delicious pizzas are served by Italians with punk hair styles. The atmosphere is cheerful and relaxed and the red wine flows liberally. The espresso and grappa served after the meal are particularly good here. Address: Schönhauser Allee 12 (the Prenzlauer Berg area) U-Bahn: Senefelderplatz


In Berlin, people like to lounge in cafés, enjoying a brunch, reading the newspaper and people-watching. Join them, with a delicious cup of tea and some cream cake.


In Portuguese, a latte is called Galao and is best drunk with a small Portuguese biscuit, but is also delicious with rucola, mushrooms and pecorino on toast. Addictive! Pleasant and trendy, but not many places to sit. Address: Weinbergsweg 8 (the Mitte area) U-Bahn: Rosenthaler Platz


In the trendy Schwarz-Sauer, people like to enjoy brunch while reading a newspaper. You can sit for hours here and look out through the big windows at the street outside, which locals call ‘Castingallee’. Address: Kastanienallee 13 (the Prenzlauer Berg area) U-Bahn: Eberswalderstrasse

Barcomi’s Deli

In the galleries in the inner courtyard, visitors will find art dealers enjoying tea with scones. Foodies will find everything their hearts desire here. Address: Sophienstraße 21, Hof (the Mitte area) U-Bahn: Weinmeisterstraβe S-Bahn: Hackescher Markt

Café Einstein Stammhaus

This fantastic villa houses the oldest Wiener Kaffeehaus in the city. Everything is served here, from a tasty breakfast to afternoon tea. You’ll get a warm feeling inside from the generous portions of apple strudel served. Be careful at the high-street chains – you won’t find the same quality. Address: Kurfürstenstraße 58 (the Tiergarten area) U-Bahn: Nollendorfplatz

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