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Eating & Drinking



The restaurant is located in the Hotel Louisa's Place. Chef Holger Zurbrüggen, a famous cook-virtuoso in the Berlin`s gastronomy is creating special food out of selected products. Hungry for grilled sea bream or sashimi of tuna in a modern-simple setting in a beautiful old building?

Opening hours: Daily from 11.30 o`clock
Kurfürstendamm 160 (Charlottenburg)
Phone: 89408477
Web: http://www.balthazar-restaurant.de

Getting there: Subway (U7): Adenauerplatz


It is a wonderful atmosphere in the style of a Parisian restaurant-hall. If you are lucky, you can see politicians and celebrities here, who taste the French international cuisine regularly.

Opening hours: Daily from 11.30 o`clock, kitchen 12.00-24.00 o`clock
Address: Französische Straße 47
Phone: 20387110
Web: -
Getting there: Subway (U6): Französische Straße


Coffee in the TV tower
Do you like a 360 degrees atmosphere? Twice per hour, the cafe circles around its own entrance. With coffee and cake, you can enjoy the magnificent view over the city in 207 m height. Tip: If you reserve a table at the café, you don`t have to wait in a line at the entrance to the television tower!

Opening hours: Daily 10.00-24.00 o`clock
Address: Panoramastraße 1a
Phone: 2423333
Web: http://www.berliner-fernsehturm.de
Getting there: Subway (U2, 5, 8): Alexanderplatz


First Floor
Chef Matthias Buchholz (crowned with a Michelin-star) offers top cuisine at the Hotel Palace. Main dishes around 35 Euro.

Opening hours: Tue-Sat 12.00-15.00 and 18.30-22.30 o`clock, Sun/Mon closed
Address: Budapester Str. 45
Phone: 25021020
Web: http://www.firstfloor.palace.de

Getting there: Subway (U 1, 15): Wittenbergplatz


Chef Wolfgang Müller (crowned with a Michelin-star) serves authentic gourmet cuisine with fresh ingredients - not a sophisticated atmosphere, but very tasty food, for instance little gratinated halibut tranches or pink filet of beef with a ragout of root crops in red wine sauce.

Opening hours: Tue-Sun 12.00-01.00 o`clock
Address: Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a
Phone: 61289992
Web: -
Getting there: Subway (U1, 15): Kottbusser Tor


Le Faubourg

In the Augsburg road (inside the hotel Concorde Berlin), there is a modern, solid French cuisine, attracted by a very good value for money. There is a five-course menu with wine accompaniment for just 60 Euro. The wines are chosen knowledgeable to the menu. Smoking only on the terrace. Dishes from 14 to 28 Euro

Opening hours:
Daily 11.30-23.30 o`clock
Address: Augsburger Straße 41
Phone: 8009997700

Web: http://www.concorde-hotels.com/concordeberlin
Getting there: Subway (U2, 9): Zoologischer Garten

Chateau Margaux was the inspiration for this gourmet temple decorated with gold leaf in a prime location. Chef Michael Hofmann (regularly honored with a Michelin star) presents French-inspired cuisine and an exclusive selection of wines. Main dishes around 30 Euro.

Opening hours: Mon-Sat 19.00-22.30 o`clock
Address: Unter den Linden 78
Phone: 22652611
Web: http://www.margaux-berlin.de

Getting there: City-train (S1): Unter den Linden

No. 45
The principle of the two brothers Matthias and Stefan Eggert is simple: Berlin and Brandenburg cuisine, modern and interpreted at a high level. The interior seems to fit well, with lots of dark wood and edgy design. The white-clothed tables, striking and discreet at the same time.
Dishes from 6 to 19 Euro. Smoking only outside.

Opening hours: Wed-Sun from 12.00 o`clock
Address: Knaackstraße 45
Phone: 44041325
Getting there: Subway (U2): Senefelderplatz

Contemplation, Relaxation, Enjoyment. The Refugium combines tradition with gracious hospitality in a beautiful atmosphere. The internationally inspired kitchen relies on the usage of fresh prime quality regional ingredients. The menu includes seasonal dishes as well as specialties with a slight touch of the Middle Eastern and Far Eastern cuisines.

Opening hours:
Mon-Sun 11.00-24.00 o`clock
Address: Gendarmenmarkt 5
Phone: 2291661
Getting there: Subway (U6): Friedrichstraße

A little aside of the hectic city noise, you will be greeted by a pleasant and natural atmosphere. Here, you can plunge into the historical Spandauer Vorstadt. Daily changing menu and offer of fresh, regional cooking enhanced by an international touch.  Carefully chosen wine-list and a large selection of draught-beer.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 12.00-02.00 o`clock
Address: Große Hamburger Straße 37
Phone: 2834065
Web: http://www.sophieneck-berlin.de
Getting there: City-train (S3, 5, 7, 9): Hackescher Markt

Tajikistan Tearoom

Real Arabian Atmosphere: pillows, wallpapers and tea ceremonies from Tajikistan.
Also Russian specialties are served.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 17.00-24.00, Sat/Sun 15.00-24.00 o`clock
Address: Am Festungsgraben
Phone: 2041112
Web: -
Getting there: Subway (U6): Friedrichstrasse

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