Pauly Saal delights the taste buds of travelers and locals alike with inventive, modern takes on the staples of traditional German cuisine. Plus, the reasonable pricing makes it a great opportunity to try a Michelin-starred restaurant without blowing your vacation budget.
With an internationally influenced menu, homemade food with an emphasis on quality ingredients, vegetarian and vegan friendly options, a quaint terrace, loads of local character and outstanding service, you would be crazy not to fall in love with Cafe KRONE.
If you are someone who loves baked goods, particularly bread, Zeit für Brot, or Time for Bread, should be an obligatory stop in Berlin. Germans are obsessed with good bread, and that fact becomes abundantly obvious when you visit Zeit für Brot.
Schwarzwaldstuben is Berlin’s very own oasis for all things Schwäbische, from the food to the kitsch-meets-cool Black Forest themed decor. A popular restaurant among both locals and in-the-know travelers looking for an authentic taste of Germany.
In the heart of Kreuzberg, the well-known cultural center of West Berlin, you’ll find the thriving Markthalle IX. The 19th century market, once one of 14, was saved from destruction and now buzzes with new life, from farmers selling locally grown produce to events and fledgling businesses.
Although we had very little time at Keyser Soze, we saw enough to know that next time we’re in Berlin, we’ll be back. While Keyser Soze offers a lot more than breakfast, breakfast is definitely a main feature, served until 6:00pm with an ample variety of dishes to choose from.
With a name like Das Lokal, it should come as no surprise that this restaurant is a Locavore’s dream. Serving contemporary German cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients and sustainability, Das Lokal is a great place for guilt-free indulging.
We’re still not sure what impressed us most: Häppies’ founder Uli Marschner’s joyful spirit, the food itself or the fact that Häppies was financed with over €10,000 raised through crowdfunding.
Berlin is well known for its eclectic restaurant scene and few places embody the melting-pot-nature of the city’s gastronomy like W-Der Imbiss. A self proclaimed “Indo-mexi-cal-ital” restaurant, the food at W-Der Imbiss effortlessly combines a mixture of influences from India, Mexico, California and Italy with more success than you could imagine.