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Top Restaurants in Berlin - Your Favourite Berlin Restaurants

  • Over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page, we asked you about your favourite Berlin restaurants, with the best answers winning a free Hostelworld.com Gold Card worth $10. Here’s what you told us...
  • Curry 36

    Joni Burling Glamorgan says:

    Currywurst36 is not only the best Currywurst in town but it’s an experience in itself! I saved myself for a full month through Germany before trying a currywurst and this place made it well worth the wait!

    Curry36 is also recommended by: Nico Wendler, Tana Tanannat, Mimi Tohill, Michael Leung, Michael Weisbrod, Stephanie Box, Mathew Smith, Tal Gur, Rubén Pareja and Tina Phu.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A long-standing institution in Berlin, Curry36 serves up its famous currywurst (curry sausages) to the hungry masses every day. Other snack foods are also only the menu here, including fries, Bockwurst, soups and more.

    Location: Mehringdamm 36.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-3pm.

  • Keyser Soze

    Zdenka Gold says:

    great breakfast in the great atmosphere: www.keyser-soze.de perfect start of the day! :)

    Tamara Neskovic says:

    Keyser Soze in Berlin-Mitte (corner with Auguststraße). W changing atmosphere depending of the time of the day....

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Keyser Soze is both bar and restaurant, offering a great selection of dishes at even better prices. Breakfast is served every day from 8am-6pm, with French toast and pancakes available alongside a raft of German favourites. Other traditional German fare is served throughout the day including sausages, goulash and more.

    Location: Tucholskystraße 33.
    Opening hours: Daily 8am-3am.

  • Restaurant Maxwell

    Sylvia Chua says:

    Restaurant Maxwell. I love the building and the beer!

    Restaurant Maxwell is also recommended by: Lucas Silveira, Maria Bertani, Queenie Sharona Siu, Ugaitz Goñi, Vando Dellega, Víctor Garrido Villalobos, Benoit Harambourg, Yongyi Jin and John Andrews.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    On the menu at the popular Maxwell, you’ll find a great selection of contemporary dishes using ingredients like venison, haddock and more. Set menus are also available, along with a comprehensive wine list. With seating for up to 140 people, this restaurant also has its own courtyard where you can sit and enjoy your meal during the summer. Restaurant Maxwell opened at its current location in 1995 inside a listed building dating back to the 19th century.

    Location: Bergstrasse 22.
    Opening hours: Daily 6pm-11.30pm.

  • Café Gorki Park

    Wendy Grayson says:

    Gorki Park Cafe Bar. Delicious food and the white russian cocktails are a must! Opposite circus hostel.

    Café Gorki Park is also recommended by: Olga Razumeyko.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A Russian-themed restaurant and bar, Café Gorki Park serves up a wide-selection of German favourites including Wiener schnitzel and much more. The drinks menu is pretty varied too, with a great selection of cocktails to choose from.

    Location: Weinbergsweg 25.
    Opening hours: Daily 9.30am-2am; free WiFi from 10am-8pm.

  • Jimmy’s Diner

    Matias Pisoni says:

    that would be Jimmy's Diner!

    Jimmy’s Diner is also recommended by: Derek T. Porter.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This American-style diner has a huge variety of dishes on its reasonably priced menu including numerous burgers, sandwiches, chilli, ribs, hot dogs, nachos, enchiladas, salads and much more. Some great desserts are offered too, along with plenty of beers, hot drinks and sodas.

    Location: Pariser Strasse 41.
    Opening hours: Daily from 4pm.

  • Alpenstueck

    Icaro von Oettling says:

    Alpenstueck the best for me!

    Alpenstueck is also recommended by: Alp Behar.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Using only the best fresh ingredients, Alpenstueck serves up home-cooked dishes from South-Germany and Austria. Pork dumplings and Wiener schnitzel are just a couple of the hearty dishes on the menu here. Great value set menus are offered, along with delicious desserts. Alpenstueck also has its own on-site bakery serving homemade bread, cakes, pies, pretzels and more.

    Location: Gartenstrasse 9.
    Opening hours: Daily 6pm-1am.

  • Frida Kahlo

    Steve Atkinson says:

    frida kahlo! all the way

    Frida Kahlo is also recommended by: Olena Babakova, Marco Tremante, Michael Coakley, Silvia Rondoni, Lau An, Luli De Giacomi and Ben Schnackenberg.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    The decor both outside and inside this popular restaurant was inspired by Frida Kahlo, a famous Mexican Surrealist painter. The Mexican theme is continued in the food, and the menu is filled with all the usual suspects including fajitas, chilli and quesadillas. A selection of desserts and Spanish wines are also offered.

    Location: Lychener Straße 37.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-2am, Fri-Sat 9am-3am.

  • Berlin 360º

    Barnabé Lacroix says:

    The restaurant of the "The Beanpole" (the radio tower in the center Funkturm) --> for its splendid 360° view!

    Berlin 360º is also recommended by: Chris Wolny, Javier Segredo, Greg L Rebellion and Juan Manuel Cortés Navarro.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Visited by huge numbers of people each year, Berlin’s famous TV Tower has its own revolving restaurant! It takes between 30 minutes and an hour for the restaurant to turn all the way along its 360° axis, and while it moves you’ll be afforded with great views of some of the city’s top attractions including the Reichstag. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Berlin 360° has a wide selection of dishes for you to sample whatever time of day you visit.

    Location: Panoramastraße 1A.
    Opening hours: Mar-Oct daily 9am-12am, Nov-Feb daily 10am-12am.

  • Ebert

    Ebert is recommended by: Elina Sausina and Aleksandar Veselinovic.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    In business for over 20 years, this restaurant and bar has been visited by large numbers of people including more than a few famous faces. Here, you’ll find a menu of the day, as well as some set menu offers. Lots of different dishes are served up in Ebert, from steak to seafood, with some vegetarian options and a great choice of desserts also available.

    Location: Eisenzahnstraße 59.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 5pm-1am, Sun 12pm-10pm.

  • Mustafà's Gemuese Kebab

    Sara Giuliani says:

    mustafà's gemuese kebab

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Mustafà's is one of many kebab places in Berlin; however, it’s one of the most popular thanks to its great ingredients and reasonable prices. A wide variety of kebabs appear on the menu here. They even do a veggie option!

    Location: Mehringdamm 32.

  • Altes Zollhaus

    Dmitri Mizerkin says:

    Altes Zollhaus is the best place to go!

    Altes Zollhaus is also recommended by: Emma Flynn, Jovan Memedović, Normand Garcia, Rebecca Marnane, Ekaterina Dozorets, Yongyi Jin, Ioana Tica-Horvath, Bilgehan Arık, Wenwen He, Juan Manuel Raja, Adrian Contreras Diaz, Mari Contessa, Michelangelo Cerrato, Tatiana Fernandes, Mark Sheriff and Giampiero D'Agostino.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Altes Zollhaus provides patrons with a rustic atmosphere, both inside and outside at its terrace seating. The menu here uses the best in-season ingredients with dishes like wild perch and goose currently available. It also includes a number of regional specialities, and prices are a bit higher as a result. A comprehensive wine list is available and this includes wine from the restaurant’s own vineyard.

    Location: Carl-Heinz-Ufer 30.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sat from 6pm, closed Sun-Mon.

  • 12 Apostel

    Gatta Thevoice says:

    12 Apostel Charlottenburg!!!

    12 Apostel is also recommended by: Steve Pogonowski, Jordi Güell Figa and Ruslan Kardanov.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    With its mouth-watering pizzas named after the 12 apostles (including Judas, which is apparently one of the most popular), this Italian pizzeria and restaurant in Berlin’s Charlottenburg area is quite a popular spot. The menu here also includes a good selection of pasta dishes and salads, all at very reasonable prices. Keep in mind that credit cards aren’t accepted here.

    Location: Bleibtreustraße 49.
    Opening hours: Daily 7am-1am.

  • Monsieur Vuong

    Marija Todorova says:

    Monsieur Vuong in Mitte - great Vietnamese food - try the glass noodle salad

    Monsieur Vuong is also recommended by: Tere Marqués, Alexander Xenakis, Darko Zelic, Greg Williams, Liting Chang and Martin Spalek.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A very popular, laid-back Vietnamese place, Monsieur Vuong’s serves a variety of authentic dishes. Though the menu itself is small enough, don’t worry. You’ll also find a great selection of specials written up on the blackboard every day. Fruit shakes, teas and coffees are also available.

    Location: Alte Schönhauser Straße 46.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-12am.

  • Schnitzelei

    Leslie Van Der Hoek says:

    Schnitzelei!!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Giving traditional dishes a modern twist, the menu here is packed full of delicious dishes. As the name suggest, various types of schnitzel feature heavily with lots of different varieties to choose from. Soups, salads and sweets round off the selection nicely.

    Location: Röntgenstraße 7.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-12am, Sat-Sun 12pm-12am.

  • Hasir

    Veronica Urrea says:

    Hasir!! (:

    Hasir is also recommended by: Cagdas Deger.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This chain of Turkish restaurants can be found at 6 different locations throughout Berlin. Boasting a warm interior and aromatic smells that’ll get your mouth watering, these restaurants offer a top-notch selection of Turkish dishes including lamb schnitzel, kebabs, fish and salads. Desserts, including a Turkish rice pudding, are also on the menu at Hasir.

    Location: Various.
    Opening hours: Daily 11.30am-1am.

  • Zoe

    William Apriando says:

    Zoe, at rochstrasse; good deals with cool crowd.

    Zoe is also recommended by: Cagdas Deger.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Gone from its premises in Rochstrasse, Zoe is now open for business in Torstrasse retaining the funky atmosphere, cool crowd and great food it’s well-known for. The restaurant offers a great selection of dishes, mostly Asian fusion cooking with some Mediterranean dishes thrown in too. From the Thai seafood salad to a variety of tapas, Zoe has all the right ingredients for a great meal.

    Location: Torstrasse 179.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-12am, Sat-Sun 6pm-12am.

  • La Cocotte

    Lena Widén says:

    La Cocotte! Nice food and they don´t robb U ! ♥ ♥

    Hostelworld.com says:

    La Cocotte is a French restaurant serving a great choice of traditional dishes including onion soup, escargots and plenty more. A variety of casseroles are also available, along with crêpes and lots of other delicious desserts.

    Location: Vorbergstrasse 10.
    Opening hours: Daily 6pm-1am.

  • Nocti Vagus

    Hank Chivasky says:

    Nocti Vagus

    Hostelworld.com says:

    In this very special restaurant, you’ll eat in absolute darkness after being served by blind waiters. A different menu is offered at the restaurant each day, with a selection of meat and seafood dishes available, along with some vegetarian options. A surprise menu is also offered if you’re feeling especially adventurous!

    Location: Saarbrücker Strasse 36-38.
    Opening hours: Daily from 6pm.

  • Dada Falafel

    Hannah Tadros says:

    dada falafel....AMAZING!

    Dada Falafel is also recommended by: Ilya Azar, Nathan Sims, Mark Wang and Yu-Shu Lin.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving up some of the city’s most delicious falafel, all Dada’s dishes are freshly prepared using only the best ingredients. A very busy place, it serves up tempting Lebanese fare to large numbers of people every day. Just like the food, the reasonable prices also hit the spot.

    Location: Saarbrücker Strasse 36-38.
    Opening hours: Daily from 6pm.

  • Masaledar

    Dominik Nowacki says:

    I like Masaledar

    Masaledar is also recommended by: Mauro Polifemo, Fërnando Rodriguez, Rebecca Towell, Stephen O'Sullivan, Tristan Rettich and Darren Littlejohn.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This Indian restaurant offers a large variety of traditional dishes including biryanis, curries, naan breads and more. Vegetarians have a great selection of meals to choose from too. All you can eat buffets are offered on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 1pm-6pm and are really great value.

    Location: Feurigstrasse 38.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-11pm, Sat-Sun 12pm-11pm.

  • Lafil Restaurant

    Mafalda Pires says:

    Lafil Tapas Bar is the best!!!

    Lafil Restaurant is also recommended by: Davide Bonardi, Leyla Toygar, Rachel Cole and Sebastian Sundback.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A restaurant and tapas bar, Lafil offers up top-notch dishes from all over Spain. The counter is lined with all kinds of hot and cold tapas, just like you’d find in a Spanish bar, and an a la carte menu is offered too. On Tuesdays from 5pm, you’ll also be able to sample the best barbecue Lafil has to offer from steak to chicken, along with a plethora of sides like baked potatoes, vegetables and much more.

    Location: Wörther Strasse 33.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-1am, Sat-Sun 10am-4pm & from 5pm.

  • Gugelhof Restaurant

    Michelle Kelly says:

    The gugelhof is AMAZING!!!

    Gugelhof Restaurant is also recommended by: Cam Oi Boss, Fernando Mora, Adrián Ruiz and Fernando Caldeira.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Offering up an appetizing array of regional specialities, Gugelhof Restaurant is noted for its constantly changing menu and use of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Alongside the menu which changes each day, you’ll find four different set menus at special prices. The wine list is pretty comprehensive and is made up of a great selection of German and French wines.

    Location: Kollwitzplatz/Ecke Knaackstraße 37.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 4pm, Sat-Sun from 10am.

  • SowohlalsAuch

    Aymi Derham says:

    Sowohl Als Auch - nice atmosphere and lovely cakes (which of course is very important!) :)

    SowohlalsAuch is also recommended by: Cibele Bustamante.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    SowohlalsAuch is a well-loved coffee shop and bakery that can get pretty busy at peak times with people popping in for a sandwich or with those lingering over a coffee and a scrumptious slice of cake. Here you’ll also find a great selection of breads, pastries and other tempting sweets.

    Location: Kollwitzstrasse 88.
    Opening hours: Daily 6am-8pm.

  • Restaurante Atlantico

    Restaurante Atlantico is recommended by: Daniela Maia Padrao and Kodolányi Endre.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    With a Portuguese owner and a family-run feel, Restaurante Atlantico is a great spot if you’re looking to try out some of the cuisine Portugal has to offer. It’s no surprise that fresh fish features heavily on the menu here with Bacalhau (salted cod), sardines and swordfish among the dishes to be samples. Meat dishes, salads and more also feature on the menu. On top of that, on one night each month you can catch a performance of traditional Portuguese music called Fado in the restaurant.

    Location: Dickhardtstraße 55.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sun 5pm-12am, closed Mon.

  • Mutter Hoppe

    Kason Guan-Ting Lai says:

    Mutterhoppe in Nikolaisviertel ! I like Eisbein!!

    Mutter Hoppe is also recommended by: Kit Lee.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant offers a menu filled with hearty German food, including plenty of great value daily specials. Each week on Fridays and Saturdays, Mutter Hoppe provides live music for you to enjoy as you eat.

    Location: Rathausstraße 21.
    Opening hours: Daily from 11.30am.

  • Tiergarten Quelle

    Elaine Brandao says:

    Tiergartenquelle, Hansaviertel, Berlin. My favorite German restaurant in Berlin. To eat good typically German food. The location is somewhat hidden beneath the line of the S-Bahn, and not very inviting at first glance, with a dark interior, looks like a pub. But the tables, the house beer, and delicious (and favorite) Eisbein (the famous pork knuckle cooked) or Schweinhachse (a variant of Eisbein baked), served in huge portions, complete a great dinner. The place is always full, so it's good to connect and make a reservation, especially on weekends.

    Tiergarten Quelle is also recommended by: Duncan Rowbotham, Denis Prohorchik, Johnson Ho, Ben Wilson, Eduardo Ramirez Gomez, Henning Jørgensen, Mustafa Peker, Riso Medzihradsky, Francesco Zanier, Marcelo E. Frías Reyes, Layne Arlina, María Jesús Loureiro, Jake Blanco and Andres Huss.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    The quality of the many dishes on offer here makes it no surprise that Tiergarten Quelle is recommended by so many people. It’s one of the city’s best places to try typical German fare including the famed pork knuckle. Schnitzel, casseroles, rosti, dumplings, omelettes and salads are on the menu too. There’s also a great selection of steaks for those looking for their meat fix. Fixed priced buffets are offered, and cover lots of top-notch dishes.

    Location: Bachstraße 6.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5pm-1am, Sat-Sun 12pm-1am.

  • Edd’s Thai Restaurant

    Edward Ovadia says:

    Edd's Thai Restaurant!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Traditional Thai cuisine fills the menu here at Edd’s, a restaurant that’s been on the go since 1984. The main menu is accompanied by a changing daily menu brimming with fresh ingredients and seasonal produce. On the menu, you’ll find a great selection of dishes like crispy duck, curries, mango salad with glass noodles and lots more.

    Location: Lützowstrasse 81.
    Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11.30am-3pm & 6pm-12am; Sat 5pm-12am; Sun 2pm-12am.

  • Witty's

    Witty’s is recommended by: Dragutin Nenezic.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving Berlin’s every-present currywurst, Witty’s is a popular spot thanks to the top-notch organic ingredients it uses, along with the great selection of organic beer, fries and more offered.

    Location: Wittenbergplatz.

  • Cancun

    Agnieszka Boczon says:

    Cancun of course!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Five Cancun restaurants grace the streets of Berlin, serving up top-notch Latin American cuisine at very affordable prices. The first Cancun restaurant in the city opened in 1999. On the menu here you’ll find a host of Latin American dishes including quesadillas, burritos, enchiladas, tacos and more. A selection of salads and burgers are also offered, along with plenty of tasty desserts to finish of your meal. Brunch is served here on Sundays.

    Location: Various.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 11am, Sun from 9am.

  • Max und Moritz

    Max und Moritz is recommended by: Eleonora Piasentini.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Max and Moritz is a Berlin institution and has been on the go for over 100 years. Here you’ll be able to sample German cuisine in the comfortable restaurant and also check out the venue’s awesome cultural programme of cabaret, musical performances and more. The menu is packed with belly-fillers like goulash, Wiener schnitzel, eisbein and more. Steaks, salads, seafood and some vegetarian options round off the reasonably priced menu.

    Location: Oranienstrasse 162.
    Opening hours: Daily from 5pm.

  • Marché

    Marché is recommended by: Matteo Cornacchia Brightside.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant serves up breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Market fresh ingredients are used in many of the dishes, with a great selection of fresh juices and hot drinks also available.

    Location: Kurfürstendamm 14/15.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 8.30am, Sun from 10am.

  • Maredo

    Maredo is recommended by: Hsien-Fei Huang and Federica Verro.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Steaks, steaks and more steaks. That’s what you’ll find on Maredo’s meaty menu. Their steaks come from all over the world and are served with a great selection of sides and sauces. Maredo offers a steak of the week at a special price, and you’ll also find a selection of lunchtime specials for you to take advantage of.

    Location: Kurfürstendamm 214.
    Opening hours: Daily from 11.30am-12am.

  • Marooush

    Marooush is recommended by: David García.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A restaurant, bar, lounge and club, Marooush serves up Eqyptian and Asian dishes in intimate and elegant surroundings. On Fridays and Saturdays, you can savour your meal while enjoying a belly dancing show or listening to some live music.

    Location: Knesebeckstraße 48.
    Opening hours: Daily from 4pm-3am.

  • Aapka

    Tim Gransbury says:

    Aapka on Kastanienallee is the best Indian I have ever had! Prime location too!

    Aapka is also recommended by: Alvaro Martino De Cuenca, Daniel Cereto Nogales, Iol Lou and Robert Sundin.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    With both a restaurant area and a lounge, Aapka serves top-notch Indian cuisine to large numbers of hungry punters. Curry, biryani and tandoori dishes are all served up along with soups, salads and a selection of desserts. A buffet brunch is served on Sundays and during the daily Happy Hour from 5pm-8pm, all cocktails are reduced.

    Location: Kastanienallee 50.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-1am, Sun 11am-1am.

  • Prater Garten

    Hariz Iskandar Hassan says:

    Definitely Restaurant Prater!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Prater Garten is both restaurant and beer garden. In the restaurant, a daily menu of local classics is supplemented by seasonal specialities. On the daily menu you’ll see dishes like Königsberger Klopse (meatballs) and Wiener schnitzel, with plenty of other filling dishes available at affordable prices. It’s a busy spot so reservations are recommended.

    Location: Kastanienallee 7-9.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6pm-11pm, Sun 12pm-11pm.

  • Weltrestaurant Markthalle

    Giulio Cianchini says:

    Weltrestaurant Markthalle! Gnam gnam

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving great food in a friendly, casual atmosphere, it’s no wonder that Weltrestaurant Markthalle is a well-loved spot with both locals and visitors. Breakfast is served daily from 10am-5pm with a selection of different styles of continental breakfasts to choose from. House specials are offered up between midday and midnight, including schnitzel, roast pork, dumplings and more. A set price daily menu is also offered.

    Location: Pücklerstrasse 34.
    Opening hours: Daily 10am-12am.

  • Dolores Gourmet Burritos

    Sarah Jane Hughes says:

    My favourite restaurant in Berlin would have to be "Dolores Gourmet Burritos" in Mitte, Berlin. So good!

    Dolores Gourmet Burritos is also recommended by: Russell Savala, Sofia S Moraru, Silvia Sopranzetti and Liam Gook.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dolores Gourmet Burritos serves up delicious Californian and Mexican dishes at really affordable prices. As well as the famed burritos, you’ll also find quesadillas, salads, soups and more on the menu. You can create your own burrito by choosing from a series of options, with a selection of express burritos with pre-decided fillings also available. Side orders of corn chips and guacamole compliment these delicious burritos perfectly. While you’re here, make sure to check out their homemade selection of ‘aguas frescas’, Mexican-style soft drinks in a variety of flavours.

    Location: Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 7.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11.30am-10pm, Sun 1pm-10pm.

  • Mirchi

    Nikhil Gidra says:

    Mirchi (Indian Restaurant) :)

    Mirchi is also recommended by: Briony Boyle and Khaled El Sahhar.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A Singapore-style restaurant, you’ll find Mirchi at two different locations in Berlin, one in Mitte and one in Kreuzberg. In colourful and welcoming surroundings, you’ll be able to sample a real taste of Asian cuisine. Won tons, noodle and rice dishes, desserts and more all feature on a diverse menu which includes plenty of vegetarian options.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 50, Mitte & Oranienstrasse 204, Kreuzberg.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-1am.

  • Brauhaus Lemke

    Brauhaus Lemke is recommended by: Jason Waite.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    There are two Brauhaus Lemke locations in Berlin, one in Mitte and one in Charlottenburg. Along with a tempting selection of their home-brewed beers, both locations also offer some great-tasting dishes for you to enjoy. These include pork knuckle, schnitzel, meatballs, steaks, salads, goulash, sausages, seafood dishes and some vegetarian options.

    Location: Luisenplatz 1, Charlottenburg & Dircksenstrasse, Mitte.
    Opening hours: Daily from 12pm.

  • Funkturm Restaurant

    Funkturm Restaurant is recommended by: Dubravko Garbin, Ahmet Yavuz Barutcu and Christian Canonero.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant is located up in Berlin’s Funkturm or Radio Tower affording guests stunning views out across Berlin. Serving an á la carte menu in luxurious surroundings, the restaurant also has its own champagne bar.

    Location: Hammarskjöldplatz.
    Opening hours: Wed-Sun 11.30am-11pm, Tues from 6pm, closed Mon.

  • Kreuzburger

    Kaina Chen says:

    Too many... I do remember a burger place called kreuzburger, it's amazing!

    Kreuzburger is also recommended by: Robert Schmidt.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    One of Berlin’s top fast food joints, Kreuzburger actually operates at two locations in the city. Both offer a delicious array of cheap, tasty food served up in a speedy manner. The burgers and fries are particularly popular.

    Location: Pappelallee 19, Prenzlauer Berg & Oranienstraße 190, Kreuzberg.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-3am.

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Veronika Portnjagina says:

    Hard Rock Cafe in der Nähe von Kurfürstendamm=)

    Hard Rock Cafe is also recommended by: Claire Patterson, Zilong Zhang, Vanna Vencia, Will Revill, Matej Michlík and Julia Naumann.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Part of the well-known American chain, the Hard Rock Cafe in Berlin serves the typical selection of starters and main dishes including nachos, steaks, fajitas, mac and cheese, BBQ ribs, burgers, salads and sandwiches. To round off your meal there’s an array of tempting desserts for you to try including the ‘sinful hot fudge sundae’ and much more.

    Location: Meinekestrasse 21.
    Opening hours: Daily from 12pm.

  • White Trash Fast Food

    Kristy Marshall says:

    The CRAZIEST restaurant I went to in Berlin is White Trash Fast Food - I went there with friends thinking it would be cool and it was so random, old style wooden banisters inside, a jazz band, 'white trash' style food, Chinese dragons outside, a tattoo parlor downstairs..!! Good food though.

    White Trash Fast Food is also recommended by: Alice Baxter, Cody Jones and Emma Winter.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Weird and entirely wonderful, White Trash serves up an eclectic mix of dishes from around the world that have been given the restaurant’s own particular spin. Be prepared for a menu filled with hilarious and irreverent dish names including ‘Gay French farmers smokey pea soup’ and lots more. From nachos to steaks and from burgers to Wiener schnitzel, you’ll find a great selection of food awaiting you at this popular spot. Live music is a staple here too, with everything from punk to metal to be heard. You might even catch a show by a one-man jazz band!

    Location: Schönhauser Allee 6-7.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 12pm, Sat-Sun from 6pm.

  • Vöner Vegetarian Restaurant

    Mark Pinoli says:

    Vöner Vegitarian Restaurant in Friedrichshain. Get a great vegetarian version of a Döner Kebab and other delicious food. Inexpensive too.

    Vöner Vegetarian Restaurant is also recommended by: El Gañan and Megan Donia Schwarer.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Vegetarians and vegans take note. This is one of the best places to go in Berlin for a top-notch veggie burger and organic fries. The ‘Vöner’ is the restaurant’s vegetarian version of Berlin’s well-loved döner kebabs.

    Location: Boxhagenerstrasse 56.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11.30am-11pm, Sat-Sun 1.30pm-11pm.

  • Marjellchen

    Katerina Shilina says:

    "Marjellchen" at Mommsenstrasse 9.

    Marjellchen is also recommended by: Ji-Hyeun Kwon-Min.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Here you’ll find a menu chock full of reasonably priced German favourites. Meat dishes abound but you’ll also find some seafood dishes and a few vegetarian options. Seasonal specialities are also offered here.

    Location: Mommensenstraße 9.
    Opening hours: Daily from 5pm.

  • Oranium

    Yaying Hong says:

    It is Oranium!!! Cheap and good as introduced in the pocket guide!!! =)

    Oranium is also recommended by: Ross Dennis, Pauline Avronsart, Luca Bruno and Dai Yan.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dishes from all over the world appear on the reasonably priced menu of this popular restaurant. These include tapas, pasta and some local favourites. A specially priced business lunch is also offered. Oranium also has its own smoking lounge.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 33/34.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-1am, Fri-Sat 9am-2am.

  • Margaux

    Jeremy Schiellein says:

    Margaux is my favorite restaurant in Berlin.

    Margaux is also recommended by: Javier Asenjo, Nadia Abadi Pérez and Luigi Antonio Esposito.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Margaux is a Michelin star restaurant and this is reflected in the prices of the various tasting menus available. These range from 3 to 7 courses and a vegetarian alternative is provided. This stylish restaurant also offers a comprehensive wine list.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 33/34.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-1am, Fri-Sat 9am-2am.

  • Brauhaus Mitte

    Giacomo Virgili says:

    BHM BRAUHAUS in Karl-Liebknecht-Straße (5 minutes by walking from Alexanderplatz) tasty food (not very expensive) and good beer! I really recommend you this place!

    Brauhaus Mitte is also recommended by: Florian Georgescu, Michele Carbonari, Luca Bonacchini, Cécile Cg, Jose Roncoroni, Issi Nemes, Maria Dedova, Nuno Pinto, Ahmad Mohsen, Lúcio Neves, Jason Hurton, Mishelle Magaña and Keehwan Kim.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Brauhaus Mitte has its own brewery as well as being a bar and restaurant. Beers produced in-house are accompanied by a variety of dishes. A specially priced lunch menu is offered and the main menu includes things like schnitzel, sausage and other hearty fare.

    Location: Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 13.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-12am.

  • Frühsammers

    Alejandro Aristi says:

    Frühsammers in Flinsberger Platz!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Outside of the city centre you’ll find this chic restaurant boasting contemporary food and a bright, welcoming interior. A variety of different menu options are available including lunch specials, gourmet options and much more.

    Location: Flinsberger Platz 8.
    Opening hours: Tues-Fri 12pm-2.30pm & from 7pm, Sat from 7pm, closed Sun-Mon.

  • Cookies Cream

    Maria Belmonte says:

    Cookies Cream, deliciosa comida vegetariana!! :)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A hip restaurant located right above the Cookies Nightclub, Cookies Cream serves up delicious and modern vegetarian dishes. All of these dishes are created using organic ingredients. Keep in mind that reservations are required.

    Location: Behrenstrasse 55.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sat from 7pm, closed Sun-Mon.

  • Goko

    Queenie Ng says:

    I love Japanese food so much, I love Goko Sushi in Berlin

    Goko is also recommended by: Matteo Martinelli.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Modern Japanese food is served up at Goko, a restaurant which aims to present Eastern cooking and philosophies in a Western setting. Along with a huge selection of sushi, Goko also offers a range of interesting ‘element’ menus such as wood, which consists of uramaki and more.

    Location: Neue Schoenhauser Strasse 12.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-1am, Sun 2pm-1am.

  • Maria Bonita

    Maria Bonita is recommended by: Jasmin Mirghaffari and Barry Murphy.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A relatively recent arrival to the Berlin culinary scene, Maria Bonita offers a great selection of reasonably priced Mexican dishes including tacos, enchiladas and more, all served up in a hip and casual atmosphere. This busy spot has both indoor and outdoor seating.

    Location: Danziger Straße 33.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sat from 2pm, Sun-Mon from 5pm.

  • Vapiano

    Mina Yang says:

    My Favourite restaurant is "Vapiano"(Italian).=)

    Vapiano is also recommended by: Matteo Martinelli.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Vapiano is an international chain of Italian restaurant with three branches in Berlin. On the menu you’ll come across a host of Italian favourites including a great selection of pizzas, numerous pasta dishes including Bolognese and ravioli, and a tasty variety of desserts.

    Location: Augsburger Strasse 43; Potsdamer Platz 5; Mittelstrasse 51-52.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am-12am, Sun 11am-11pm.

  • Hackescher Hof

    Claudine Kaminski says:

    Hackescher Hof. Great german food and has a great atmosphere. Was good during the week but even better on the weekend :)

    Hackescher Hof is also recommended by: Faith Wong and Lycia Perini Pinto.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A large restaurant with both indoor and terrace seating, Hackescher Hof is located in a beautiful and recently restored building dating back to 1900. Along with its restaurant, Hackescher Hof also has its own patisserie serving up delectable cakes and pastries. On the restaurant menu you’ll find Wiener schnitzel and much more. A seasonal menu is also available.

    Location: Rosenthaler Strasse 40/41.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am-3am, Sat-Sun from 9am.

  • Goodtime Berlin

    Dirk 'el Loco' Haage says:

    Good Time (a Thai restaurant in "Mitte")

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Traditional Thai recipes are given a modern spin here at Goodtime Berlin. On the menu you’ll find a selection of curries, rice and noodle dishes, along with a great variety of vegetarian options.

    Location: Chauseestraße 1, Mitte.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-12am.

  • VAU

    Mireia Gilabert Sivera says:

    The best restaurant in which i've been is VAU

    VAU is also recommended by: Martín Alejandro Carmona Selva, Alexandra Vassileva and Killedbycoffee Arsenik.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Already in possession of one Michelin star, VAU offers both lunch and dinner. The dishes here are quite contemporary with a selection of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes on off. Elaborate desserts are also available. Main dishes at dinner time are around the €40 mark, and it’s a good choice if you’re looking to splurge on a top-notch meal.

    Location: Jägerstraße 54/55.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-2.30pm & 7pm-10.30pm, closed Sun.

  • Bangaluu Dinner Club

    Roni Millner says:

    Bangaluu Dinnerclub HAS TO BE THE BEST!

    Bangaluu Dinner Club is also recommended by: Lana Loncar and Niamh Mulqueen.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll recline on pristine white, bed-like couches at this decadent dinner club while you dine on sushi and more. As it’s a club too, you’ll be able to enjoy whatever entertainment the night may bring including live music and dancing. What’s more, if you’re in need of a massage all you have to do is call over a wandering masseuse!

    Location: Invalidenstrasse 30.

  • Bar Centrale

    Margarida Carvalho says:

    My favourite restaurant in Berlin is... Bar Centrale!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At Bar Centrale, you’ll find a menu filled with delicious Italian dishes. There’s also a comprehensive wine list to choose from here. A set menu of the month is available at a special price.

    Location: Yorkstraße 82.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-2.30pm & 7pm-10.30pm, closed Sun.

  • KNOFI

    Matthijs Grootjans says:

    hmm one of my favorite restaurants in berlin ist KNOFI. I was there last year during Sylvester and they served the greatest pumkin soup...

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A cosy café, KNOFI serves up a great selection of hot snacks including soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries, cakes and much more. Specials are often available and are written up on the blackboards outside.

    Location: Bergmannstraße 11.
    Opening hours: Daily 7am-12am.

  • Café Mania at the Ramones Museum

    Emily Isgar says:

    Not strictly a restaurant, but the Ramones Museum and Cafe!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Café Mania is part of the awesome museum dedicated to punk rock greats, The Ramones. In this cool café, you’ll be able to choose from a great choice of soups and sandwiches, bagels and pasta, quiche and more. There’s also a delicious array of cakes to sample, along with plenty of hot drinks.

    Location: Krausnickstraße 23.
    Opening hours: Mon 12pm-6pm, Tues-Thurs 8.30am-6pm, Fri 8.30pm-8pm, Sat 12am-8pm, Sun 12am-6pm; free internet access available.

  • Badenscher Hof

    Benny Medvedev says:

    there's a great jazz-bar called the Badenscher Hof, with great food and live music

    Badenscher Hof is also recommended by: Andrew Prime.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Not only is there are great selection of scrumptious food on offer in this jazz bar, but it’s all great value too. From its salads and starters, to main courses including steaks and pasta dishes, Badenscher Hof serves up tasty food in a great atmosphere. Make sure you check out the Jazz and Soul Food section of the menu too, as it’s filled with delicious nachos, chilli, jambalaya and more.

    Location: Badensche Straße 29.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 6pm, closed Sun.

  • Amrit

    Katharina Mews says:

    The indian restaurant Amrit in Oranienburger Straße

    Amrit is also recommended by: Nicole Veilleux.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Both restaurant and cocktail bar, Amrit serves up delicious Indian food in beautiful surroundings. The menu is quite varied and incluldes pakoras, curry, vindaloo, masala and many other traditionally Indian dishes. A great selection of vegetarian options is also available.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 45.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 12pm-1am, Fri-Sat from 12pm.

  • Mar y Sol

    Mar y Sol is recommended by: Patrick Dupuis.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Mar y Sol is a Spanish restaurant serving, among other things, a great array of reasonably priced tapas. Soups and salads can be followed by main dishes such as lamb, steak and sea bass, while a selection of desserts including a homemade flan are available to round off your meal.

    Location: Savignyplatz 5.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-1am.

  • Lon Men's Noodle House

    Lon Men's Noodle House is recommended by: Patrick Dupuis.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This Taiwanese restaurant is a great little ‘hole in the wall’ place. It serves up a delectable array of handmade dumplings, alongside top-notch soups and noodle dishes.

    Location: Kantstrasse 33.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-12am.

  • Papa No

    Lars Steffen Sørvig Pettersen says:

    Papa No - Friedrichshain - love the Sushi! :)

    Specialising in sushi, this popular restaurant also offers other Japanese dishes, along with Thai and Chinese food. The interior is quite stylish, furnished with Japanese decorative pieces and lots more.

    Location: Danziger Strasse 11.

  • Ampelmann

    Ampelmann is recommended by: Maximiliaan Botterman, Jason Comerford and Aleksandra Wysocka.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Ampelmann serves up a mixture of internationally influenced Mediterranean dishes including pizzas and pasta dishes. Weekday lunch specials are especially good value, while a specially priced weekly menu is also offered. Brunch is served on Sundays from 10am-2pm.

    Location: Stadtbahnbogen 159/160.
    Opening hours: Daily 9am-12am.

  • Aigner

    Aigner is recommended by: Maria Gorodetsky and Sietse de Vries.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Bringing the charm of Vienna’s cafés to Berlin, Aigner has been in operation since 1999. The menu is quite contemporary and includes some vegetarian options.

    Location: Französische Straße 25.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-11.30pm.

  • Ma Vie

    Ma Vie is recommended by: Oleksii Slobodzian.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Ma Vie’s experimental and diverse menu includes a wide variety of dishes from risotto to Wiener schnitzel. New dishes appear on the menu every two weeks, and some great value specials are offered each day.

    Location: Ludwigkirchstrasse 11.

  • Engelbecken

    Alexandra Sevko says:

    Engelbecken on Witzlebenstrasse - Bavarian meal, and location is very nice - near small lake, although it is not so easy to find free place there :)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll find plenty of hearty German favourites on the menu at Engelbecken. Here you’ll be able to try Wiener schnitzel, wild boar goulash, sausages with sauerkraut and lots more. Seasonal dishes are also offered, and you can choose from a comprehensive wine list.

    Location: Witzlebenstrasse 31.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5pm-1am, Sat from 4pm, Sun 12pm-1am.

  • Restaurant KöBer

    Restaurant KöBer is recommended by: Francois Debain.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving up a raft of specialities from Berlin, Cologne and more, Restaurant KöBer also serves up well-known kölsch beers. Schnitzels, steaks and lot more meaty dishes can be found on a menu that also includes some fish dishes. A selection of tempting desserts help finish off your meal in style.

    Location: Meinekestraße 4.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 3pm, closed Sun.

  • Yosoy Tapas Bar

    Fabio Bonacina says:

    Yosoy tapas-bar is a good place to stop !!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Bringing a little piece of Spain to Berlin, Yosoy Tapas Bar offers up a great selection of both hot and cold tapas. Prices are very reasonable and you’ll find a selection of daily specials too. It’s not just about tapas here though, a full menu is also available and includes Spanish favourites like paella and lots more.

    Location: Rosenthaler Strasse 37.
    Opening hours: Daily from 11am.

  • The Bird

    Jessica BeeDee says:

    The Bird! Near Schonhauser Allee ♥

    The Bird is also recommended by: Sergio De Paola, Christopher Low and Ivan Reillo.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A real New York style steakhouse and bar, the Bird prides itself on its top-notch steaks and burgers. Apart from that, the menu also features chicken wings, fries and more. Freshly made cheesecakes are the dessert of choice.

    Location: Am Falkplatz 5.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 6pm, Sun from 12pm.

  • Hannibal

    Hannibal is recommended by: Thomas Cottreau.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Hannibal offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as Sunday brunch from 10am-4pm. The menu features everything from an Irish breakfast to a selection of burgers. Daily specials such as all-you-can-eat spareribs on Wednesdays are also available.

    Location: Meinekestraße 4.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 3pm, closed Sun.

  • Volckswirtschaft

    Volckswirtschaft is recommended by: Federico Urbina.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    In operation for more than 8 years, Volckswirtschaft serves up a great selection of food from breakfast ‘til dinner. Here you can try a selection of schnitzels, including a vegetarian ‘Tofuschnitzel’. There’s plenty more on the menu too including burgers and pasta dishes, and the prices are pretty reasonable too.

    Location: Krossener Strasse 17.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-10pm, Fri-Sat 9am-11pm.

  • Zur Letzten Instanz

    Zur Letzten Instanz is recommended by: Rongfang Sara Yeung, Anastasia Zolotar, Martin Abel and Maximiliano Prats.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Zur Letzten Instanz actually consists of two restaurants connected by a spiral staircase. It is located inside a restored townhouse that originally dated back to the 16th century. Traditional dishes are the main-stay of the menu here and are accompanied by a pretty comprehensive list of wines and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

    Location: Waisenstrasse 14-16.

  • KanzlerEck

    Alexander Myskin says:

    It's KanzlerEck! No doubts!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Regional dishes from throughout Germany make up the menu at KanzlerEck. Specially priced set menus are available here, along with a set menu of the day covering two courses.

    Location: Reinhardstrasse 44.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm & 5pm-10pm.

  • Samâdhi

    James Michael Brown says:

    Samâdhi, amazing Vietnamese place for Vegetarians, and really friendly too!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A well-known and well-loved vegetarian restaurant, Samâdhi serves a selection of south-east Asian dishes including curry, satay, pad thai and more. Prices are really reasonable and the restaurant has a no-smoking section.

    Location: Wilhelmstraße 77.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-11pm.

  • Dicke Wirtin

    Fabricio Nahuel Altamiranda Matesa says:

    Dicke Wirtin ;) is cheap and good.

    Dicke Wirtin is also recommended by: Neil Watters.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dicke Wirtin is an institution in the city of Berlin and has been in operation for decades. On the menu you’ll find a great mix of German dishes, plus more international flavours. A variety of drinks accompany the food here, including Guinness on tap.

    Location: Carmerstrasse 9.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-2am.

  • Ratskeller

    Ratskeller is recommended by: Roger Dale Sowers.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located in a historic building dating back to 1905, Ratskeller offers a selection of national and international dishes, as well as some local specialities. Lots of set menus are provided for you to choose from.

    Location: Otto-Suhr-Allee 102.

  • Block House

    Block House is recommended by: Hsien-Fei Huang and Mateus Costa.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    There are six different Block House restaurants located throughout Germany. Steaks are a big thing here, with a good selection available. The menu also boasts a large variety of other dishes ranging from starters like French onion soup and bruschetta to main courses like New Zealand lamb and the New York cheeseburger.

    Location: Various.
    Opening hours: Daily 11.30am-12am.

  • Hamlet

    Hamlet is recommended by: Javier L Seoane.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Popular with locals and visitors, this café, bar and restaurant has been in operation for over 15 years. There’s a great selection of breakfast offerings here, from simple dishes like a croissant and jam to more substantial stuff like the English breakfast and the top-notch selection of egg dishes. Lunch and dinner dishes are also available including Wiener schnitzel, king prawns, salmon and more. Dishes of the day and dishes of the week are offered at special prices.

    Location: Uhlandstraße 47.
    Opening hours: Daily 7.30am-2am.

  • Der Imbiss W

    Der Imbiss W is recommended by: Marieke Bethune and Céline Kniebihler.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A well-liked spot serving a fusion of dishes including their ‘naanpizzas’, as well as wraps, burritos, ricebowls and more. Desserts are also available, and a special of the week is offered at a great price.

    Location: Kastanienallee 49.
    Opening hours: Daily from 12.30pm.

  • Dao

    Dao is recommended by: Toh Worapong.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dao serves authentic Thai cuisine in a comfortable, family-run atmosphere. Many of the dishes here are prepared using fruit and vegetables shipped directly from Bangkok.

    Location: Kantstraße 133.

  • Lindenbräu

    Sirod Chen says:

    inside Sony Center...“Lindenbräu“ tasty Pork knuckle...

    Lindenbräu is also recommended by: Marina Biedma, Sergio Pastorino and Mathieu Trimbur.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located inside Berlin’s Sony Center, Lindenbräu is a brewery, bar and restaurant. In terms of food, you’ll find plenty to tickle your taste buds here as the menu features plenty of hearty local favourites including pork knuckle, veal and calf liver. Vegetarians aren’t left out, with a couple of options on the menu. For those with a sweet tooth, plenty of desserts, cakes and tarts are also offered.

    Location: Bellevuestraße 3-5.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am-1.30am, Fri-Sat 11am-2.30am.

  • Guy

    Guy is recommended by: Hyun Woo Sung.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Top-notch Mediterranean dishes are served on the four floors of this popular restaurant. These include the selection of dishes featuring on Guy’s vegetarian menu. A specially priced business lunch is offered and attracts a pretty big crowd. Recommendations are recommended.

    Location: Jägerstraße 59-60.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm & 6pm-1am, Sat 6pm-1am, Sun closed.

  • Cuernavaca

    Arturo A. González Rodríguez says:

    "CUERNAVACA" is by my favorite restaurant. It serves delicious Mexican food.

    Cuernavaca is also recommended by: Andriy Husti.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    The monster menu of this restaurant is filled with a plethora of Mexican dishes, and all at very reasonable prices. Cuernavaca serves up tacos, burritos, fajitas, enchiladas, quesadillas and more. On top of that, you can also try the Argentinean steaks, giant burgers and a selection of pasta dishes.

    Location: Lintruper Straße 1.

  • Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus

    Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus is recommended by: Katya Lbird.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Housed inside a building which dates back to the 19th century, Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus is located in two rooms of the building, above the basement bookshop and alongside the various exhibitions that take place here. Food here runs the gamut from steaks to salads, plus plenty more besides.

    Location: Fasanenstrasse 23.
    Opening hours: Daily 9.30am-1am.

  • El Sagrantino

    Javier Alleciardi says:

    my favourite restaurant is "El Sagrantino" in Mitte! is very good!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner, El Sagrantino offers predominantly Italian fare including bruschetta, lasagne, tiramisu and more. Set menus and a business lunch are also available.

    Location: Lintruper Straße 1.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7.30am-12am, Sat 9am-12pm & 5pm-12am, closed Sun.

  • Suriya Kanthi

    Braden Joyce-Schleimer says:

    Suriya Kanthi, a Sri Lankan/South Indian place in Prenzlauer with tons of character and AMAZING food!!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Here two chefs from Sri Lanka whip up a great selection of delicious Sri Lankan dishes using a lot of organic ingredients. On the Suriya Kanthi menu, you’ll come across curry and rice dishes utilising plenty of other flavours, plus lots more. Brunch is served up on Sundays from 11am-4pm.

    Location: Knaackstrasse 4.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-1am.

  • Oxymoron

    Francois Thevenot says:

    OXYMORON is the best!!!

    Oxymoron is also recommended by: Claudia Resta and Aurélien Ayrault.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Along with its business lunches and a substantial breakfast menu which is served until 4pm, Oxymoron also serves up delicious dinners. These evening meals are influenced by Italian and French cooking, with dishes like onion soup and risotto on the menu.

    Location: Rosenthaler Strasse 40/41
    Opening hours: Daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • Konnopke's Imbiss

    Florian Schenk says:

    Konnopke's Imbiss!!! Located in the Schönhauser Allee 44a -> best "Currywurst" ever :-)

    Konnopke's Imbiss is also recommended by: Zita Magori, Fabian Groher and Adrian Contreras Diaz.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    On of Berlin’s most famous currywurst sellers, Konnopke's Imbiss offers a great selection of sausages at really low prices. As well as the traditional currywust, you can also try bockwurst, bratwurst, schnitzel and more. Plenty of sides including fries are on the menu too.

    Location: Schönhauser Allee 44a.

  • Der Kartoffelkeller

    Der Kartoffelkeller is recommended by: Jeroen 'Djé' Dolstra.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    ‘Kartoffel’ means potato so it’s no surprise that a restaurant called Der Kartoffelkeller bases its dishes around the humble spud. At Der Kartoffelkeller, you can choose from around 100 different dishes including potato soups, baked potatoes, fried potatoes, potato casseroles...the list goes on! Even dessert gets the potato treatment, in the form of potato pancakes filled with a variety of sweet things.

    Location: Albrechtstrasse 14b.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-1am.

  • Schneeweiss

    Fabrizio Fontana says:

    schneeweiss restaurant...delicious!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Schneeweiss, whose name translates to snow white, is notable for both its award-winning white interior and also for the quality of its Alpine cuisine. A fixed menu is available each day, and there’s a pretty selection of drinks too.

    Location: Simplonstraße 16.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-4pm & 6pm-11pm.

  • Remake

    Remake is recommended by: Victor Thomas.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Modern food, freshly prepared using locally sourced ingredients – that’s what you’ll find at the menu at Remake. A delicious selection of desserts, all beautifully presented, are offered too.

    Location: Simplonstraße 16.
    Opening hours: Thurs-Tues from 5pm, closed Wed.

  • Dionysos

    Dionysos is recommended by: Yiu Shiuan Tsai.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dionysos is one of the oldest Greek restaurants in Berlin and has been in operation for around 35 years. The menu is filled with Greek dishes including moussaka, gyros, souvlaki and many more.

    Location: Simplonstraße 16.
    Opening hours: Thurs-Tues from 5pm, closed Wed.

  • Sophieneck

    Sophieneck is recommended by: Nino Sarpatino.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Sophieneck is a pub serving up an affordable selection of good, hearty food. On the menu you’ll find baked potatoes, lamb chops and bratwurst, among others. Lots of desserts can be sampled here too from sundaes to warm apple strudel.

    Location: Hamburger Strasse 37.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-2am.

  • Meena Kumari

    Meena Kumari is recommended by: Alexandra Popa.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Meena Kumari is a chic Indian restaurant offering up a great selection of dishes in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The menu includes chicken korma, scampi tikka and much more. During the daily Happy Hour, all cocktails are reduced.

    Location: Lychener Strasse 9.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 5pm, Sat-Sun from 12pm.

  • Weihenstephaner

    Weihenstephaner is recommended by: Steph Dodd.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At Weihenstephaner you’ll find a selection of typical Bavarian dishes served up alongside a choice of thirteen different beers. Daily specials are offered at great prices.

    Location: Lychener Strasse 9.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 5pm, Sat-Sun from 12pm.

  • Trattoria A Muntagnola

    Trattoria A Muntagnola is recommended by: Mitko Shindarski.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened in 1991, this Italian-style trattoria serves up a top-notch selection of delicious dishes from Southern Italy. A tasting menu is offered, as well as a number of daily specials.

    Location: Fuggerstraße 27.

  • Crêperie Bretonne

    Crêperie Bretonne is recommended by: Dora Daniel and Ferran Salcedo Sicilia.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Crêperie Bretonne is a French style restaurant serving both sweet and savoury dishes in the form of crêpes and galettes. Galettes are thin, savoury pancakes made from buckwheat flour. Here they’re served with a variety of sides including chicken, shrimp and mussels. A ‘galette of the day’ is also offered. The sweet crêpes also come with a variety of filling like chestnut cream, among others.

    Location: Reichenberger Strasse 30.
    Opening hours: Tues-Thurs 5pm-11pm, Fri-Sun 4pm-11pm, closed Mon.

  • La Paz

    La Paz is recommended by: Arturo Hernandez.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    La Paz on Kurt-Weil-Gasse is one of four La Paz restaurants in Berlin. Offering up a great variety of Tex-Mex dishes, La Paz also serves an array of colourful cocktails. Some of the dishes on offer here include nachos, burritos, quesadillas and tacos.

    Location: Kurt-Weil-Gasse 7.

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  • Curry 36

    Joni Burling Glamorgan says:

    Currywurst36 is not only the best Currywurst in town but it’s an experience in itself! I saved myself for a full month through Germany before trying a currywurst and this place made it well worth the wait!

    Curry36 is also recommended by: Nico Wendler, Tana Tanannat, Mimi Tohill, Michael Leung, Michael Weisbrod, Stephanie Box, Mathew Smith, Tal Gur, Rubén Pareja and Tina Phu.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A long-standing institution in Berlin, Curry36 serves up its famous currywurst (curry sausages) to the hungry masses every day. Other snack foods are also only the menu here, including fries, Bockwurst, soups and more.

    Location: Mehringdamm 36.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-3pm.

  • Keyser Soze

    Zdenka Gold says:

    great breakfast in the great atmosphere: www.keyser-soze.de perfect start of the day! :)

    Tamara Neskovic says:

    Keyser Soze in Berlin-Mitte (corner with Auguststraße). W changing atmosphere depending of the time of the day....

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Keyser Soze is both bar and restaurant, offering a great selection of dishes at even better prices. Breakfast is served every day from 8am-6pm, with French toast and pancakes available alongside a raft of German favourites. Other traditional German fare is served throughout the day including sausages, goulash and more.

    Location: Tucholskystraße 33.
    Opening hours: Daily 8am-3am.

  • Restaurant Maxwell

    Sylvia Chua says:

    Restaurant Maxwell. I love the building and the beer!

    Restaurant Maxwell is also recommended by: Lucas Silveira, Maria Bertani, Queenie Sharona Siu, Ugaitz Goñi, Vando Dellega, Víctor Garrido Villalobos, Benoit Harambourg, Yongyi Jin and John Andrews.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    On the menu at the popular Maxwell, you’ll find a great selection of contemporary dishes using ingredients like venison, haddock and more. Set menus are also available, along with a comprehensive wine list. With seating for up to 140 people, this restaurant also has its own courtyard where you can sit and enjoy your meal during the summer. Restaurant Maxwell opened at its current location in 1995 inside a listed building dating back to the 19th century.

    Location: Bergstrasse 22.
    Opening hours: Daily 6pm-11.30pm.

  • Café Gorki Park

    Wendy Grayson says:

    Gorki Park Cafe Bar. Delicious food and the white russian cocktails are a must! Opposite circus hostel.

    Café Gorki Park is also recommended by: Olga Razumeyko.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A Russian-themed restaurant and bar, Café Gorki Park serves up a wide-selection of German favourites including Wiener schnitzel and much more. The drinks menu is pretty varied too, with a great selection of cocktails to choose from.

    Location: Weinbergsweg 25.
    Opening hours: Daily 9.30am-2am; free WiFi from 10am-8pm.

  • Jimmy’s Diner

    Matias Pisoni says:

    that would be Jimmy's Diner!

    Jimmy’s Diner is also recommended by: Derek T. Porter.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This American-style diner has a huge variety of dishes on its reasonably priced menu including numerous burgers, sandwiches, chilli, ribs, hot dogs, nachos, enchiladas, salads and much more. Some great desserts are offered too, along with plenty of beers, hot drinks and sodas.

    Location: Pariser Strasse 41.
    Opening hours: Daily from 4pm.

  • Alpenstueck

    Icaro von Oettling says:

    Alpenstueck the best for me!

    Alpenstueck is also recommended by: Alp Behar.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Using only the best fresh ingredients, Alpenstueck serves up home-cooked dishes from South-Germany and Austria. Pork dumplings and Wiener schnitzel are just a couple of the hearty dishes on the menu here. Great value set menus are offered, along with delicious desserts. Alpenstueck also has its own on-site bakery serving homemade bread, cakes, pies, pretzels and more.

    Location: Gartenstrasse 9.
    Opening hours: Daily 6pm-1am.

  • Frida Kahlo

    Steve Atkinson says:

    frida kahlo! all the way

    Frida Kahlo is also recommended by: Olena Babakova, Marco Tremante, Michael Coakley, Silvia Rondoni, Lau An, Luli De Giacomi and Ben Schnackenberg.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    The decor both outside and inside this popular restaurant was inspired by Frida Kahlo, a famous Mexican Surrealist painter. The Mexican theme is continued in the food, and the menu is filled with all the usual suspects including fajitas, chilli and quesadillas. A selection of desserts and Spanish wines are also offered.

    Location: Lychener Straße 37.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-2am, Fri-Sat 9am-3am.

  • Berlin 360º

    Barnabé Lacroix says:

    The restaurant of the "The Beanpole" (the radio tower in the center Funkturm) --> for its splendid 360° view!

    Berlin 360º is also recommended by: Chris Wolny, Javier Segredo, Greg L Rebellion and Juan Manuel Cortés Navarro.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Visited by huge numbers of people each year, Berlin’s famous TV Tower has its own revolving restaurant! It takes between 30 minutes and an hour for the restaurant to turn all the way along its 360° axis, and while it moves you’ll be afforded with great views of some of the city’s top attractions including the Reichstag. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Berlin 360° has a wide selection of dishes for you to sample whatever time of day you visit.

    Location: Panoramastraße 1A.
    Opening hours: Mar-Oct daily 9am-12am, Nov-Feb daily 10am-12am.

  • Ebert

    Ebert is recommended by: Elina Sausina and Aleksandar Veselinovic.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    In business for over 20 years, this restaurant and bar has been visited by large numbers of people including more than a few famous faces. Here, you’ll find a menu of the day, as well as some set menu offers. Lots of different dishes are served up in Ebert, from steak to seafood, with some vegetarian options and a great choice of desserts also available.

    Location: Eisenzahnstraße 59.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 5pm-1am, Sun 12pm-10pm.

  • Mustafà's Gemuese Kebab

    Sara Giuliani says:

    mustafà's gemuese kebab

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Mustafà's is one of many kebab places in Berlin; however, it’s one of the most popular thanks to its great ingredients and reasonable prices. A wide variety of kebabs appear on the menu here. They even do a veggie option!

    Location: Mehringdamm 32.

  • Altes Zollhaus

    Dmitri Mizerkin says:

    Altes Zollhaus is the best place to go!

    Altes Zollhaus is also recommended by: Emma Flynn, Jovan Memedović, Normand Garcia, Rebecca Marnane, Ekaterina Dozorets, Yongyi Jin, Ioana Tica-Horvath, Bilgehan Arık, Wenwen He, Juan Manuel Raja, Adrian Contreras Diaz, Mari Contessa, Michelangelo Cerrato, Tatiana Fernandes, Mark Sheriff and Giampiero D'Agostino.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Altes Zollhaus provides patrons with a rustic atmosphere, both inside and outside at its terrace seating. The menu here uses the best in-season ingredients with dishes like wild perch and goose currently available. It also includes a number of regional specialities, and prices are a bit higher as a result. A comprehensive wine list is available and this includes wine from the restaurant’s own vineyard.

    Location: Carl-Heinz-Ufer 30.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sat from 6pm, closed Sun-Mon.

  • 12 Apostel

    Gatta Thevoice says:

    12 Apostel Charlottenburg!!!

    12 Apostel is also recommended by: Steve Pogonowski, Jordi Güell Figa and Ruslan Kardanov.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    With its mouth-watering pizzas named after the 12 apostles (including Judas, which is apparently one of the most popular), this Italian pizzeria and restaurant in Berlin’s Charlottenburg area is quite a popular spot. The menu here also includes a good selection of pasta dishes and salads, all at very reasonable prices. Keep in mind that credit cards aren’t accepted here.

    Location: Bleibtreustraße 49.
    Opening hours: Daily 7am-1am.

  • Monsieur Vuong

    Marija Todorova says:

    Monsieur Vuong in Mitte - great Vietnamese food - try the glass noodle salad

    Monsieur Vuong is also recommended by: Tere Marqués, Alexander Xenakis, Darko Zelic, Greg Williams, Liting Chang and Martin Spalek.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A very popular, laid-back Vietnamese place, Monsieur Vuong’s serves a variety of authentic dishes. Though the menu itself is small enough, don’t worry. You’ll also find a great selection of specials written up on the blackboard every day. Fruit shakes, teas and coffees are also available.

    Location: Alte Schönhauser Straße 46.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-12am.

  • Schnitzelei

    Leslie Van Der Hoek says:

    Schnitzelei!!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Giving traditional dishes a modern twist, the menu here is packed full of delicious dishes. As the name suggest, various types of schnitzel feature heavily with lots of different varieties to choose from. Soups, salads and sweets round off the selection nicely.

    Location: Röntgenstraße 7.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-12am, Sat-Sun 12pm-12am.

  • Hasir

    Veronica Urrea says:

    Hasir!! (:

    Hasir is also recommended by: Cagdas Deger.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This chain of Turkish restaurants can be found at 6 different locations throughout Berlin. Boasting a warm interior and aromatic smells that’ll get your mouth watering, these restaurants offer a top-notch selection of Turkish dishes including lamb schnitzel, kebabs, fish and salads. Desserts, including a Turkish rice pudding, are also on the menu at Hasir.

    Location: Various.
    Opening hours: Daily 11.30am-1am.

  • Zoe

    William Apriando says:

    Zoe, at rochstrasse; good deals with cool crowd.

    Zoe is also recommended by: Cagdas Deger.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Gone from its premises in Rochstrasse, Zoe is now open for business in Torstrasse retaining the funky atmosphere, cool crowd and great food it’s well-known for. The restaurant offers a great selection of dishes, mostly Asian fusion cooking with some Mediterranean dishes thrown in too. From the Thai seafood salad to a variety of tapas, Zoe has all the right ingredients for a great meal.

    Location: Torstrasse 179.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-12am, Sat-Sun 6pm-12am.

  • La Cocotte

    Lena Widén says:

    La Cocotte! Nice food and they don´t robb U ! ♥ ♥

    Hostelworld.com says:

    La Cocotte is a French restaurant serving a great choice of traditional dishes including onion soup, escargots and plenty more. A variety of casseroles are also available, along with crêpes and lots of other delicious desserts.

    Location: Vorbergstrasse 10.
    Opening hours: Daily 6pm-1am.

  • Nocti Vagus

    Hank Chivasky says:

    Nocti Vagus

    Hostelworld.com says:

    In this very special restaurant, you’ll eat in absolute darkness after being served by blind waiters. A different menu is offered at the restaurant each day, with a selection of meat and seafood dishes available, along with some vegetarian options. A surprise menu is also offered if you’re feeling especially adventurous!

    Location: Saarbrücker Strasse 36-38.
    Opening hours: Daily from 6pm.

  • Dada Falafel

    Hannah Tadros says:

    dada falafel....AMAZING!

    Dada Falafel is also recommended by: Ilya Azar, Nathan Sims, Mark Wang and Yu-Shu Lin.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving up some of the city’s most delicious falafel, all Dada’s dishes are freshly prepared using only the best ingredients. A very busy place, it serves up tempting Lebanese fare to large numbers of people every day. Just like the food, the reasonable prices also hit the spot.

    Location: Saarbrücker Strasse 36-38.
    Opening hours: Daily from 6pm.

  • Masaledar

    Dominik Nowacki says:

    I like Masaledar

    Masaledar is also recommended by: Mauro Polifemo, Fërnando Rodriguez, Rebecca Towell, Stephen O'Sullivan, Tristan Rettich and Darren Littlejohn.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This Indian restaurant offers a large variety of traditional dishes including biryanis, curries, naan breads and more. Vegetarians have a great selection of meals to choose from too. All you can eat buffets are offered on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 1pm-6pm and are really great value.

    Location: Feurigstrasse 38.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-11pm, Sat-Sun 12pm-11pm.

  • Lafil Restaurant

    Mafalda Pires says:

    Lafil Tapas Bar is the best!!!

    Lafil Restaurant is also recommended by: Davide Bonardi, Leyla Toygar, Rachel Cole and Sebastian Sundback.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A restaurant and tapas bar, Lafil offers up top-notch dishes from all over Spain. The counter is lined with all kinds of hot and cold tapas, just like you’d find in a Spanish bar, and an a la carte menu is offered too. On Tuesdays from 5pm, you’ll also be able to sample the best barbecue Lafil has to offer from steak to chicken, along with a plethora of sides like baked potatoes, vegetables and much more.

    Location: Wörther Strasse 33.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-1am, Sat-Sun 10am-4pm & from 5pm.

  • Gugelhof Restaurant

    Michelle Kelly says:

    The gugelhof is AMAZING!!!

    Gugelhof Restaurant is also recommended by: Cam Oi Boss, Fernando Mora, Adrián Ruiz and Fernando Caldeira.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Offering up an appetizing array of regional specialities, Gugelhof Restaurant is noted for its constantly changing menu and use of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Alongside the menu which changes each day, you’ll find four different set menus at special prices. The wine list is pretty comprehensive and is made up of a great selection of German and French wines.

    Location: Kollwitzplatz/Ecke Knaackstraße 37.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 4pm, Sat-Sun from 10am.

  • SowohlalsAuch

    Aymi Derham says:

    Sowohl Als Auch - nice atmosphere and lovely cakes (which of course is very important!) :)

    SowohlalsAuch is also recommended by: Cibele Bustamante.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    SowohlalsAuch is a well-loved coffee shop and bakery that can get pretty busy at peak times with people popping in for a sandwich or with those lingering over a coffee and a scrumptious slice of cake. Here you’ll also find a great selection of breads, pastries and other tempting sweets.

    Location: Kollwitzstrasse 88.
    Opening hours: Daily 6am-8pm.

  • Restaurante Atlantico

    Restaurante Atlantico is recommended by: Daniela Maia Padrao and Kodolányi Endre.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    With a Portuguese owner and a family-run feel, Restaurante Atlantico is a great spot if you’re looking to try out some of the cuisine Portugal has to offer. It’s no surprise that fresh fish features heavily on the menu here with Bacalhau (salted cod), sardines and swordfish among the dishes to be samples. Meat dishes, salads and more also feature on the menu. On top of that, on one night each month you can catch a performance of traditional Portuguese music called Fado in the restaurant.

    Location: Dickhardtstraße 55.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sun 5pm-12am, closed Mon.

  • Mutter Hoppe

    Kason Guan-Ting Lai says:

    Mutterhoppe in Nikolaisviertel ! I like Eisbein!!

    Mutter Hoppe is also recommended by: Kit Lee.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant offers a menu filled with hearty German food, including plenty of great value daily specials. Each week on Fridays and Saturdays, Mutter Hoppe provides live music for you to enjoy as you eat.

    Location: Rathausstraße 21.
    Opening hours: Daily from 11.30am.

  • Tiergarten Quelle

    Elaine Brandao says:

    Tiergartenquelle, Hansaviertel, Berlin. My favorite German restaurant in Berlin. To eat good typically German food. The location is somewhat hidden beneath the line of the S-Bahn, and not very inviting at first glance, with a dark interior, looks like a pub. But the tables, the house beer, and delicious (and favorite) Eisbein (the famous pork knuckle cooked) or Schweinhachse (a variant of Eisbein baked), served in huge portions, complete a great dinner. The place is always full, so it's good to connect and make a reservation, especially on weekends.

    Tiergarten Quelle is also recommended by: Duncan Rowbotham, Denis Prohorchik, Johnson Ho, Ben Wilson, Eduardo Ramirez Gomez, Henning Jørgensen, Mustafa Peker, Riso Medzihradsky, Francesco Zanier, Marcelo E. Frías Reyes, Layne Arlina, María Jesús Loureiro, Jake Blanco and Andres Huss.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    The quality of the many dishes on offer here makes it no surprise that Tiergarten Quelle is recommended by so many people. It’s one of the city’s best places to try typical German fare including the famed pork knuckle. Schnitzel, casseroles, rosti, dumplings, omelettes and salads are on the menu too. There’s also a great selection of steaks for those looking for their meat fix. Fixed priced buffets are offered, and cover lots of top-notch dishes.

    Location: Bachstraße 6.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5pm-1am, Sat-Sun 12pm-1am.

  • Edd’s Thai Restaurant

    Edward Ovadia says:

    Edd's Thai Restaurant!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Traditional Thai cuisine fills the menu here at Edd’s, a restaurant that’s been on the go since 1984. The main menu is accompanied by a changing daily menu brimming with fresh ingredients and seasonal produce. On the menu, you’ll find a great selection of dishes like crispy duck, curries, mango salad with glass noodles and lots more.

    Location: Lützowstrasse 81.
    Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11.30am-3pm & 6pm-12am; Sat 5pm-12am; Sun 2pm-12am.

  • Witty's

    Witty’s is recommended by: Dragutin Nenezic.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving Berlin’s every-present currywurst, Witty’s is a popular spot thanks to the top-notch organic ingredients it uses, along with the great selection of organic beer, fries and more offered.

    Location: Wittenbergplatz.

  • Cancun

    Agnieszka Boczon says:

    Cancun of course!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Five Cancun restaurants grace the streets of Berlin, serving up top-notch Latin American cuisine at very affordable prices. The first Cancun restaurant in the city opened in 1999. On the menu here you’ll find a host of Latin American dishes including quesadillas, burritos, enchiladas, tacos and more. A selection of salads and burgers are also offered, along with plenty of tasty desserts to finish of your meal. Brunch is served here on Sundays.

    Location: Various.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 11am, Sun from 9am.

  • Max und Moritz

    Max und Moritz is recommended by: Eleonora Piasentini.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Max and Moritz is a Berlin institution and has been on the go for over 100 years. Here you’ll be able to sample German cuisine in the comfortable restaurant and also check out the venue’s awesome cultural programme of cabaret, musical performances and more. The menu is packed with belly-fillers like goulash, Wiener schnitzel, eisbein and more. Steaks, salads, seafood and some vegetarian options round off the reasonably priced menu.

    Location: Oranienstrasse 162.
    Opening hours: Daily from 5pm.

  • Marché

    Marché is recommended by: Matteo Cornacchia Brightside.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant serves up breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Market fresh ingredients are used in many of the dishes, with a great selection of fresh juices and hot drinks also available.

    Location: Kurfürstendamm 14/15.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 8.30am, Sun from 10am.

  • Maredo

    Maredo is recommended by: Hsien-Fei Huang and Federica Verro.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Steaks, steaks and more steaks. That’s what you’ll find on Maredo’s meaty menu. Their steaks come from all over the world and are served with a great selection of sides and sauces. Maredo offers a steak of the week at a special price, and you’ll also find a selection of lunchtime specials for you to take advantage of.

    Location: Kurfürstendamm 214.
    Opening hours: Daily from 11.30am-12am.

  • Marooush

    Marooush is recommended by: David García.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A restaurant, bar, lounge and club, Marooush serves up Eqyptian and Asian dishes in intimate and elegant surroundings. On Fridays and Saturdays, you can savour your meal while enjoying a belly dancing show or listening to some live music.

    Location: Knesebeckstraße 48.
    Opening hours: Daily from 4pm-3am.

  • Aapka

    Tim Gransbury says:

    Aapka on Kastanienallee is the best Indian I have ever had! Prime location too!

    Aapka is also recommended by: Alvaro Martino De Cuenca, Daniel Cereto Nogales, Iol Lou and Robert Sundin.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    With both a restaurant area and a lounge, Aapka serves top-notch Indian cuisine to large numbers of hungry punters. Curry, biryani and tandoori dishes are all served up along with soups, salads and a selection of desserts. A buffet brunch is served on Sundays and during the daily Happy Hour from 5pm-8pm, all cocktails are reduced.

    Location: Kastanienallee 50.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-1am, Sun 11am-1am.

  • Prater Garten

    Hariz Iskandar Hassan says:

    Definitely Restaurant Prater!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Prater Garten is both restaurant and beer garden. In the restaurant, a daily menu of local classics is supplemented by seasonal specialities. On the daily menu you’ll see dishes like Königsberger Klopse (meatballs) and Wiener schnitzel, with plenty of other filling dishes available at affordable prices. It’s a busy spot so reservations are recommended.

    Location: Kastanienallee 7-9.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6pm-11pm, Sun 12pm-11pm.

  • Weltrestaurant Markthalle

    Giulio Cianchini says:

    Weltrestaurant Markthalle! Gnam gnam

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving great food in a friendly, casual atmosphere, it’s no wonder that Weltrestaurant Markthalle is a well-loved spot with both locals and visitors. Breakfast is served daily from 10am-5pm with a selection of different styles of continental breakfasts to choose from. House specials are offered up between midday and midnight, including schnitzel, roast pork, dumplings and more. A set price daily menu is also offered.

    Location: Pücklerstrasse 34.
    Opening hours: Daily 10am-12am.

  • Dolores Gourmet Burritos

    Sarah Jane Hughes says:

    My favourite restaurant in Berlin would have to be "Dolores Gourmet Burritos" in Mitte, Berlin. So good!

    Dolores Gourmet Burritos is also recommended by: Russell Savala, Sofia S Moraru, Silvia Sopranzetti and Liam Gook.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dolores Gourmet Burritos serves up delicious Californian and Mexican dishes at really affordable prices. As well as the famed burritos, you’ll also find quesadillas, salads, soups and more on the menu. You can create your own burrito by choosing from a series of options, with a selection of express burritos with pre-decided fillings also available. Side orders of corn chips and guacamole compliment these delicious burritos perfectly. While you’re here, make sure to check out their homemade selection of ‘aguas frescas’, Mexican-style soft drinks in a variety of flavours.

    Location: Rosa-Luxemburg-Strasse 7.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11.30am-10pm, Sun 1pm-10pm.

  • Mirchi

    Nikhil Gidra says:

    Mirchi (Indian Restaurant) :)

    Mirchi is also recommended by: Briony Boyle and Khaled El Sahhar.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A Singapore-style restaurant, you’ll find Mirchi at two different locations in Berlin, one in Mitte and one in Kreuzberg. In colourful and welcoming surroundings, you’ll be able to sample a real taste of Asian cuisine. Won tons, noodle and rice dishes, desserts and more all feature on a diverse menu which includes plenty of vegetarian options.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 50, Mitte & Oranienstrasse 204, Kreuzberg.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-1am.

  • Brauhaus Lemke

    Brauhaus Lemke is recommended by: Jason Waite.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    There are two Brauhaus Lemke locations in Berlin, one in Mitte and one in Charlottenburg. Along with a tempting selection of their home-brewed beers, both locations also offer some great-tasting dishes for you to enjoy. These include pork knuckle, schnitzel, meatballs, steaks, salads, goulash, sausages, seafood dishes and some vegetarian options.

    Location: Luisenplatz 1, Charlottenburg & Dircksenstrasse, Mitte.
    Opening hours: Daily from 12pm.

  • Funkturm Restaurant

    Funkturm Restaurant is recommended by: Dubravko Garbin, Ahmet Yavuz Barutcu and Christian Canonero.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant is located up in Berlin’s Funkturm or Radio Tower affording guests stunning views out across Berlin. Serving an á la carte menu in luxurious surroundings, the restaurant also has its own champagne bar.

    Location: Hammarskjöldplatz.
    Opening hours: Wed-Sun 11.30am-11pm, Tues from 6pm, closed Mon.

  • Kreuzburger

    Kaina Chen says:

    Too many... I do remember a burger place called kreuzburger, it's amazing!

    Kreuzburger is also recommended by: Robert Schmidt.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    One of Berlin’s top fast food joints, Kreuzburger actually operates at two locations in the city. Both offer a delicious array of cheap, tasty food served up in a speedy manner. The burgers and fries are particularly popular.

    Location: Pappelallee 19, Prenzlauer Berg & Oranienstraße 190, Kreuzberg.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-3am.

  • Hard Rock Cafe

    Veronika Portnjagina says:

    Hard Rock Cafe in der Nähe von Kurfürstendamm=)

    Hard Rock Cafe is also recommended by: Claire Patterson, Zilong Zhang, Vanna Vencia, Will Revill, Matej Michlík and Julia Naumann.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Part of the well-known American chain, the Hard Rock Cafe in Berlin serves the typical selection of starters and main dishes including nachos, steaks, fajitas, mac and cheese, BBQ ribs, burgers, salads and sandwiches. To round off your meal there’s an array of tempting desserts for you to try including the ‘sinful hot fudge sundae’ and much more.

    Location: Meinekestrasse 21.
    Opening hours: Daily from 12pm.

  • White Trash Fast Food

    Kristy Marshall says:

    The CRAZIEST restaurant I went to in Berlin is White Trash Fast Food - I went there with friends thinking it would be cool and it was so random, old style wooden banisters inside, a jazz band, 'white trash' style food, Chinese dragons outside, a tattoo parlor downstairs..!! Good food though.

    White Trash Fast Food is also recommended by: Alice Baxter, Cody Jones and Emma Winter.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Weird and entirely wonderful, White Trash serves up an eclectic mix of dishes from around the world that have been given the restaurant’s own particular spin. Be prepared for a menu filled with hilarious and irreverent dish names including ‘Gay French farmers smokey pea soup’ and lots more. From nachos to steaks and from burgers to Wiener schnitzel, you’ll find a great selection of food awaiting you at this popular spot. Live music is a staple here too, with everything from punk to metal to be heard. You might even catch a show by a one-man jazz band!

    Location: Schönhauser Allee 6-7.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 12pm, Sat-Sun from 6pm.

  • Vöner Vegetarian Restaurant

    Mark Pinoli says:

    Vöner Vegitarian Restaurant in Friedrichshain. Get a great vegetarian version of a Döner Kebab and other delicious food. Inexpensive too.

    Vöner Vegetarian Restaurant is also recommended by: El Gañan and Megan Donia Schwarer.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Vegetarians and vegans take note. This is one of the best places to go in Berlin for a top-notch veggie burger and organic fries. The ‘Vöner’ is the restaurant’s vegetarian version of Berlin’s well-loved döner kebabs.

    Location: Boxhagenerstrasse 56.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11.30am-11pm, Sat-Sun 1.30pm-11pm.

  • Marjellchen

    Katerina Shilina says:

    "Marjellchen" at Mommsenstrasse 9.

    Marjellchen is also recommended by: Ji-Hyeun Kwon-Min.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Here you’ll find a menu chock full of reasonably priced German favourites. Meat dishes abound but you’ll also find some seafood dishes and a few vegetarian options. Seasonal specialities are also offered here.

    Location: Mommensenstraße 9.
    Opening hours: Daily from 5pm.

  • Oranium

    Yaying Hong says:

    It is Oranium!!! Cheap and good as introduced in the pocket guide!!! =)

    Oranium is also recommended by: Ross Dennis, Pauline Avronsart, Luca Bruno and Dai Yan.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dishes from all over the world appear on the reasonably priced menu of this popular restaurant. These include tapas, pasta and some local favourites. A specially priced business lunch is also offered. Oranium also has its own smoking lounge.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 33/34.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-1am, Fri-Sat 9am-2am.

  • Margaux

    Jeremy Schiellein says:

    Margaux is my favorite restaurant in Berlin.

    Margaux is also recommended by: Javier Asenjo, Nadia Abadi Pérez and Luigi Antonio Esposito.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Margaux is a Michelin star restaurant and this is reflected in the prices of the various tasting menus available. These range from 3 to 7 courses and a vegetarian alternative is provided. This stylish restaurant also offers a comprehensive wine list.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 33/34.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-1am, Fri-Sat 9am-2am.

  • Brauhaus Mitte

    Giacomo Virgili says:

    BHM BRAUHAUS in Karl-Liebknecht-Straße (5 minutes by walking from Alexanderplatz) tasty food (not very expensive) and good beer! I really recommend you this place!

    Brauhaus Mitte is also recommended by: Florian Georgescu, Michele Carbonari, Luca Bonacchini, Cécile Cg, Jose Roncoroni, Issi Nemes, Maria Dedova, Nuno Pinto, Ahmad Mohsen, Lúcio Neves, Jason Hurton, Mishelle Magaña and Keehwan Kim.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Brauhaus Mitte has its own brewery as well as being a bar and restaurant. Beers produced in-house are accompanied by a variety of dishes. A specially priced lunch menu is offered and the main menu includes things like schnitzel, sausage and other hearty fare.

    Location: Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 13.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-12am.

  • Frühsammers

    Alejandro Aristi says:

    Frühsammers in Flinsberger Platz!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Outside of the city centre you’ll find this chic restaurant boasting contemporary food and a bright, welcoming interior. A variety of different menu options are available including lunch specials, gourmet options and much more.

    Location: Flinsberger Platz 8.
    Opening hours: Tues-Fri 12pm-2.30pm & from 7pm, Sat from 7pm, closed Sun-Mon.

  • Cookies Cream

    Maria Belmonte says:

    Cookies Cream, deliciosa comida vegetariana!! :)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A hip restaurant located right above the Cookies Nightclub, Cookies Cream serves up delicious and modern vegetarian dishes. All of these dishes are created using organic ingredients. Keep in mind that reservations are required.

    Location: Behrenstrasse 55.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sat from 7pm, closed Sun-Mon.

  • Goko

    Queenie Ng says:

    I love Japanese food so much, I love Goko Sushi in Berlin

    Goko is also recommended by: Matteo Martinelli.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Modern Japanese food is served up at Goko, a restaurant which aims to present Eastern cooking and philosophies in a Western setting. Along with a huge selection of sushi, Goko also offers a range of interesting ‘element’ menus such as wood, which consists of uramaki and more.

    Location: Neue Schoenhauser Strasse 12.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-1am, Sun 2pm-1am.

  • Maria Bonita

    Maria Bonita is recommended by: Jasmin Mirghaffari and Barry Murphy.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A relatively recent arrival to the Berlin culinary scene, Maria Bonita offers a great selection of reasonably priced Mexican dishes including tacos, enchiladas and more, all served up in a hip and casual atmosphere. This busy spot has both indoor and outdoor seating.

    Location: Danziger Straße 33.
    Opening hours: Tues-Sat from 2pm, Sun-Mon from 5pm.

  • Vapiano

    Mina Yang says:

    My Favourite restaurant is "Vapiano"(Italian).=)

    Vapiano is also recommended by: Matteo Martinelli.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Vapiano is an international chain of Italian restaurant with three branches in Berlin. On the menu you’ll come across a host of Italian favourites including a great selection of pizzas, numerous pasta dishes including Bolognese and ravioli, and a tasty variety of desserts.

    Location: Augsburger Strasse 43; Potsdamer Platz 5; Mittelstrasse 51-52.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am-12am, Sun 11am-11pm.

  • Hackescher Hof

    Claudine Kaminski says:

    Hackescher Hof. Great german food and has a great atmosphere. Was good during the week but even better on the weekend :)

    Hackescher Hof is also recommended by: Faith Wong and Lycia Perini Pinto.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A large restaurant with both indoor and terrace seating, Hackescher Hof is located in a beautiful and recently restored building dating back to 1900. Along with its restaurant, Hackescher Hof also has its own patisserie serving up delectable cakes and pastries. On the restaurant menu you’ll find Wiener schnitzel and much more. A seasonal menu is also available.

    Location: Rosenthaler Strasse 40/41.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7am-3am, Sat-Sun from 9am.

  • Goodtime Berlin

    Dirk 'el Loco' Haage says:

    Good Time (a Thai restaurant in "Mitte")

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Traditional Thai recipes are given a modern spin here at Goodtime Berlin. On the menu you’ll find a selection of curries, rice and noodle dishes, along with a great variety of vegetarian options.

    Location: Chauseestraße 1, Mitte.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-12am.

  • VAU

    Mireia Gilabert Sivera says:

    The best restaurant in which i've been is VAU

    VAU is also recommended by: Martín Alejandro Carmona Selva, Alexandra Vassileva and Killedbycoffee Arsenik.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Already in possession of one Michelin star, VAU offers both lunch and dinner. The dishes here are quite contemporary with a selection of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes on off. Elaborate desserts are also available. Main dishes at dinner time are around the €40 mark, and it’s a good choice if you’re looking to splurge on a top-notch meal.

    Location: Jägerstraße 54/55.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-2.30pm & 7pm-10.30pm, closed Sun.

  • Bangaluu Dinner Club

    Roni Millner says:

    Bangaluu Dinnerclub HAS TO BE THE BEST!

    Bangaluu Dinner Club is also recommended by: Lana Loncar and Niamh Mulqueen.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll recline on pristine white, bed-like couches at this decadent dinner club while you dine on sushi and more. As it’s a club too, you’ll be able to enjoy whatever entertainment the night may bring including live music and dancing. What’s more, if you’re in need of a massage all you have to do is call over a wandering masseuse!

    Location: Invalidenstrasse 30.

  • Bar Centrale

    Margarida Carvalho says:

    My favourite restaurant in Berlin is... Bar Centrale!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At Bar Centrale, you’ll find a menu filled with delicious Italian dishes. There’s also a comprehensive wine list to choose from here. A set menu of the month is available at a special price.

    Location: Yorkstraße 82.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12pm-2.30pm & 7pm-10.30pm, closed Sun.

  • KNOFI

    Matthijs Grootjans says:

    hmm one of my favorite restaurants in berlin ist KNOFI. I was there last year during Sylvester and they served the greatest pumkin soup...

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A cosy café, KNOFI serves up a great selection of hot snacks including soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries, cakes and much more. Specials are often available and are written up on the blackboards outside.

    Location: Bergmannstraße 11.
    Opening hours: Daily 7am-12am.

  • Café Mania at the Ramones Museum

    Emily Isgar says:

    Not strictly a restaurant, but the Ramones Museum and Cafe!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Café Mania is part of the awesome museum dedicated to punk rock greats, The Ramones. In this cool café, you’ll be able to choose from a great choice of soups and sandwiches, bagels and pasta, quiche and more. There’s also a delicious array of cakes to sample, along with plenty of hot drinks.

    Location: Krausnickstraße 23.
    Opening hours: Mon 12pm-6pm, Tues-Thurs 8.30am-6pm, Fri 8.30pm-8pm, Sat 12am-8pm, Sun 12am-6pm; free internet access available.

  • Badenscher Hof

    Benny Medvedev says:

    there's a great jazz-bar called the Badenscher Hof, with great food and live music

    Badenscher Hof is also recommended by: Andrew Prime.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Not only is there are great selection of scrumptious food on offer in this jazz bar, but it’s all great value too. From its salads and starters, to main courses including steaks and pasta dishes, Badenscher Hof serves up tasty food in a great atmosphere. Make sure you check out the Jazz and Soul Food section of the menu too, as it’s filled with delicious nachos, chilli, jambalaya and more.

    Location: Badensche Straße 29.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 6pm, closed Sun.

  • Amrit

    Katharina Mews says:

    The indian restaurant Amrit in Oranienburger Straße

    Amrit is also recommended by: Nicole Veilleux.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Both restaurant and cocktail bar, Amrit serves up delicious Indian food in beautiful surroundings. The menu is quite varied and incluldes pakoras, curry, vindaloo, masala and many other traditionally Indian dishes. A great selection of vegetarian options is also available.

    Location: Oranienburger Strasse 45.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 12pm-1am, Fri-Sat from 12pm.

  • Mar y Sol

    Mar y Sol is recommended by: Patrick Dupuis.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Mar y Sol is a Spanish restaurant serving, among other things, a great array of reasonably priced tapas. Soups and salads can be followed by main dishes such as lamb, steak and sea bass, while a selection of desserts including a homemade flan are available to round off your meal.

    Location: Savignyplatz 5.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-1am.

  • Lon Men's Noodle House

    Lon Men's Noodle House is recommended by: Patrick Dupuis.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This Taiwanese restaurant is a great little ‘hole in the wall’ place. It serves up a delectable array of handmade dumplings, alongside top-notch soups and noodle dishes.

    Location: Kantstrasse 33.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-12am.

  • Papa No

    Lars Steffen Sørvig Pettersen says:

    Papa No - Friedrichshain - love the Sushi! :)

    Specialising in sushi, this popular restaurant also offers other Japanese dishes, along with Thai and Chinese food. The interior is quite stylish, furnished with Japanese decorative pieces and lots more.

    Location: Danziger Strasse 11.

  • Ampelmann

    Ampelmann is recommended by: Maximiliaan Botterman, Jason Comerford and Aleksandra Wysocka.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Ampelmann serves up a mixture of internationally influenced Mediterranean dishes including pizzas and pasta dishes. Weekday lunch specials are especially good value, while a specially priced weekly menu is also offered. Brunch is served on Sundays from 10am-2pm.

    Location: Stadtbahnbogen 159/160.
    Opening hours: Daily 9am-12am.

  • Aigner

    Aigner is recommended by: Maria Gorodetsky and Sietse de Vries.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Bringing the charm of Vienna’s cafés to Berlin, Aigner has been in operation since 1999. The menu is quite contemporary and includes some vegetarian options.

    Location: Französische Straße 25.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-11.30pm.

  • Ma Vie

    Ma Vie is recommended by: Oleksii Slobodzian.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Ma Vie’s experimental and diverse menu includes a wide variety of dishes from risotto to Wiener schnitzel. New dishes appear on the menu every two weeks, and some great value specials are offered each day.

    Location: Ludwigkirchstrasse 11.

  • Engelbecken

    Alexandra Sevko says:

    Engelbecken on Witzlebenstrasse - Bavarian meal, and location is very nice - near small lake, although it is not so easy to find free place there :)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll find plenty of hearty German favourites on the menu at Engelbecken. Here you’ll be able to try Wiener schnitzel, wild boar goulash, sausages with sauerkraut and lots more. Seasonal dishes are also offered, and you can choose from a comprehensive wine list.

    Location: Witzlebenstrasse 31.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 5pm-1am, Sat from 4pm, Sun 12pm-1am.

  • Restaurant KöBer

    Restaurant KöBer is recommended by: Francois Debain.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving up a raft of specialities from Berlin, Cologne and more, Restaurant KöBer also serves up well-known kölsch beers. Schnitzels, steaks and lot more meaty dishes can be found on a menu that also includes some fish dishes. A selection of tempting desserts help finish off your meal in style.

    Location: Meinekestraße 4.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 3pm, closed Sun.

  • Yosoy Tapas Bar

    Fabio Bonacina says:

    Yosoy tapas-bar is a good place to stop !!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Bringing a little piece of Spain to Berlin, Yosoy Tapas Bar offers up a great selection of both hot and cold tapas. Prices are very reasonable and you’ll find a selection of daily specials too. It’s not just about tapas here though, a full menu is also available and includes Spanish favourites like paella and lots more.

    Location: Rosenthaler Strasse 37.
    Opening hours: Daily from 11am.

  • The Bird

    Jessica BeeDee says:

    The Bird! Near Schonhauser Allee ♥

    The Bird is also recommended by: Sergio De Paola, Christopher Low and Ivan Reillo.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A real New York style steakhouse and bar, the Bird prides itself on its top-notch steaks and burgers. Apart from that, the menu also features chicken wings, fries and more. Freshly made cheesecakes are the dessert of choice.

    Location: Am Falkplatz 5.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 6pm, Sun from 12pm.

  • Hannibal

    Hannibal is recommended by: Thomas Cottreau.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Hannibal offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as Sunday brunch from 10am-4pm. The menu features everything from an Irish breakfast to a selection of burgers. Daily specials such as all-you-can-eat spareribs on Wednesdays are also available.

    Location: Meinekestraße 4.
    Opening hours: Mon-Sat from 3pm, closed Sun.

  • Volckswirtschaft

    Volckswirtschaft is recommended by: Federico Urbina.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    In operation for more than 8 years, Volckswirtschaft serves up a great selection of food from breakfast ‘til dinner. Here you can try a selection of schnitzels, including a vegetarian ‘Tofuschnitzel’. There’s plenty more on the menu too including burgers and pasta dishes, and the prices are pretty reasonable too.

    Location: Krossener Strasse 17.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 9am-10pm, Fri-Sat 9am-11pm.

  • Zur Letzten Instanz

    Zur Letzten Instanz is recommended by: Rongfang Sara Yeung, Anastasia Zolotar, Martin Abel and Maximiliano Prats.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Zur Letzten Instanz actually consists of two restaurants connected by a spiral staircase. It is located inside a restored townhouse that originally dated back to the 16th century. Traditional dishes are the main-stay of the menu here and are accompanied by a pretty comprehensive list of wines and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

    Location: Waisenstrasse 14-16.

  • KanzlerEck

    Alexander Myskin says:

    It's KanzlerEck! No doubts!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Regional dishes from throughout Germany make up the menu at KanzlerEck. Specially priced set menus are available here, along with a set menu of the day covering two courses.

    Location: Reinhardstrasse 44.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm & 5pm-10pm.

  • Samâdhi

    James Michael Brown says:

    Samâdhi, amazing Vietnamese place for Vegetarians, and really friendly too!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A well-known and well-loved vegetarian restaurant, Samâdhi serves a selection of south-east Asian dishes including curry, satay, pad thai and more. Prices are really reasonable and the restaurant has a no-smoking section.

    Location: Wilhelmstraße 77.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-11pm.

  • Dicke Wirtin

    Fabricio Nahuel Altamiranda Matesa says:

    Dicke Wirtin ;) is cheap and good.

    Dicke Wirtin is also recommended by: Neil Watters.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dicke Wirtin is an institution in the city of Berlin and has been in operation for decades. On the menu you’ll find a great mix of German dishes, plus more international flavours. A variety of drinks accompany the food here, including Guinness on tap.

    Location: Carmerstrasse 9.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-2am.

  • Ratskeller

    Ratskeller is recommended by: Roger Dale Sowers.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located in a historic building dating back to 1905, Ratskeller offers a selection of national and international dishes, as well as some local specialities. Lots of set menus are provided for you to choose from.

    Location: Otto-Suhr-Allee 102.

  • Block House

    Block House is recommended by: Hsien-Fei Huang and Mateus Costa.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    There are six different Block House restaurants located throughout Germany. Steaks are a big thing here, with a good selection available. The menu also boasts a large variety of other dishes ranging from starters like French onion soup and bruschetta to main courses like New Zealand lamb and the New York cheeseburger.

    Location: Various.
    Opening hours: Daily 11.30am-12am.

  • Hamlet

    Hamlet is recommended by: Javier L Seoane.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Popular with locals and visitors, this café, bar and restaurant has been in operation for over 15 years. There’s a great selection of breakfast offerings here, from simple dishes like a croissant and jam to more substantial stuff like the English breakfast and the top-notch selection of egg dishes. Lunch and dinner dishes are also available including Wiener schnitzel, king prawns, salmon and more. Dishes of the day and dishes of the week are offered at special prices.

    Location: Uhlandstraße 47.
    Opening hours: Daily 7.30am-2am.

  • Der Imbiss W

    Der Imbiss W is recommended by: Marieke Bethune and Céline Kniebihler.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    A well-liked spot serving a fusion of dishes including their ‘naanpizzas’, as well as wraps, burritos, ricebowls and more. Desserts are also available, and a special of the week is offered at a great price.

    Location: Kastanienallee 49.
    Opening hours: Daily from 12.30pm.

  • Dao

    Dao is recommended by: Toh Worapong.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dao serves authentic Thai cuisine in a comfortable, family-run atmosphere. Many of the dishes here are prepared using fruit and vegetables shipped directly from Bangkok.

    Location: Kantstraße 133.

  • Lindenbräu

    Sirod Chen says:

    inside Sony Center...“Lindenbräu“ tasty Pork knuckle...

    Lindenbräu is also recommended by: Marina Biedma, Sergio Pastorino and Mathieu Trimbur.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located inside Berlin’s Sony Center, Lindenbräu is a brewery, bar and restaurant. In terms of food, you’ll find plenty to tickle your taste buds here as the menu features plenty of hearty local favourites including pork knuckle, veal and calf liver. Vegetarians aren’t left out, with a couple of options on the menu. For those with a sweet tooth, plenty of desserts, cakes and tarts are also offered.

    Location: Bellevuestraße 3-5.
    Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am-1.30am, Fri-Sat 11am-2.30am.

  • Guy

    Guy is recommended by: Hyun Woo Sung.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Top-notch Mediterranean dishes are served on the four floors of this popular restaurant. These include the selection of dishes featuring on Guy’s vegetarian menu. A specially priced business lunch is offered and attracts a pretty big crowd. Recommendations are recommended.

    Location: Jägerstraße 59-60.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-3pm & 6pm-1am, Sat 6pm-1am, Sun closed.

  • Cuernavaca

    Arturo A. González Rodríguez says:

    "CUERNAVACA" is by my favorite restaurant. It serves delicious Mexican food.

    Cuernavaca is also recommended by: Andriy Husti.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    The monster menu of this restaurant is filled with a plethora of Mexican dishes, and all at very reasonable prices. Cuernavaca serves up tacos, burritos, fajitas, enchiladas, quesadillas and more. On top of that, you can also try the Argentinean steaks, giant burgers and a selection of pasta dishes.

    Location: Lintruper Straße 1.

  • Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus

    Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus is recommended by: Katya Lbird.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Housed inside a building which dates back to the 19th century, Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus is located in two rooms of the building, above the basement bookshop and alongside the various exhibitions that take place here. Food here runs the gamut from steaks to salads, plus plenty more besides.

    Location: Fasanenstrasse 23.
    Opening hours: Daily 9.30am-1am.

  • El Sagrantino

    Javier Alleciardi says:

    my favourite restaurant is "El Sagrantino" in Mitte! is very good!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner, El Sagrantino offers predominantly Italian fare including bruschetta, lasagne, tiramisu and more. Set menus and a business lunch are also available.

    Location: Lintruper Straße 1.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7.30am-12am, Sat 9am-12pm & 5pm-12am, closed Sun.

  • Suriya Kanthi

    Braden Joyce-Schleimer says:

    Suriya Kanthi, a Sri Lankan/South Indian place in Prenzlauer with tons of character and AMAZING food!!!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Here two chefs from Sri Lanka whip up a great selection of delicious Sri Lankan dishes using a lot of organic ingredients. On the Suriya Kanthi menu, you’ll come across curry and rice dishes utilising plenty of other flavours, plus lots more. Brunch is served up on Sundays from 11am-4pm.

    Location: Knaackstrasse 4.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-1am.

  • Oxymoron

    Francois Thevenot says:

    OXYMORON is the best!!!

    Oxymoron is also recommended by: Claudia Resta and Aurélien Ayrault.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Along with its business lunches and a substantial breakfast menu which is served until 4pm, Oxymoron also serves up delicious dinners. These evening meals are influenced by Italian and French cooking, with dishes like onion soup and risotto on the menu.

    Location: Rosenthaler Strasse 40/41
    Opening hours: Daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • Konnopke's Imbiss

    Florian Schenk says:

    Konnopke's Imbiss!!! Located in the Schönhauser Allee 44a -> best "Currywurst" ever :-)

    Konnopke's Imbiss is also recommended by: Zita Magori, Fabian Groher and Adrian Contreras Diaz.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    On of Berlin’s most famous currywurst sellers, Konnopke's Imbiss offers a great selection of sausages at really low prices. As well as the traditional currywust, you can also try bockwurst, bratwurst, schnitzel and more. Plenty of sides including fries are on the menu too.

    Location: Schönhauser Allee 44a.

  • Der Kartoffelkeller

    Der Kartoffelkeller is recommended by: Jeroen 'Djé' Dolstra.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    ‘Kartoffel’ means potato so it’s no surprise that a restaurant called Der Kartoffelkeller bases its dishes around the humble spud. At Der Kartoffelkeller, you can choose from around 100 different dishes including potato soups, baked potatoes, fried potatoes, potato casseroles...the list goes on! Even dessert gets the potato treatment, in the form of potato pancakes filled with a variety of sweet things.

    Location: Albrechtstrasse 14b.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-1am.

  • Schneeweiss

    Fabrizio Fontana says:

    schneeweiss restaurant...delicious!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Schneeweiss, whose name translates to snow white, is notable for both its award-winning white interior and also for the quality of its Alpine cuisine. A fixed menu is available each day, and there’s a pretty selection of drinks too.

    Location: Simplonstraße 16.
    Opening hours: Daily 11am-4pm & 6pm-11pm.

  • Remake

    Remake is recommended by: Victor Thomas.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Modern food, freshly prepared using locally sourced ingredients – that’s what you’ll find at the menu at Remake. A delicious selection of desserts, all beautifully presented, are offered too.

    Location: Simplonstraße 16.
    Opening hours: Thurs-Tues from 5pm, closed Wed.

  • Dionysos

    Dionysos is recommended by: Yiu Shiuan Tsai.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Dionysos is one of the oldest Greek restaurants in Berlin and has been in operation for around 35 years. The menu is filled with Greek dishes including moussaka, gyros, souvlaki and many more.

    Location: Simplonstraße 16.
    Opening hours: Thurs-Tues from 5pm, closed Wed.

  • Sophieneck

    Sophieneck is recommended by: Nino Sarpatino.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Sophieneck is a pub serving up an affordable selection of good, hearty food. On the menu you’ll find baked potatoes, lamb chops and bratwurst, among others. Lots of desserts can be sampled here too from sundaes to warm apple strudel.

    Location: Hamburger Strasse 37.
    Opening hours: Daily 12pm-2am.

  • Meena Kumari

    Meena Kumari is recommended by: Alexandra Popa.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Meena Kumari is a chic Indian restaurant offering up a great selection of dishes in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The menu includes chicken korma, scampi tikka and much more. During the daily Happy Hour, all cocktails are reduced.

    Location: Lychener Strasse 9.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 5pm, Sat-Sun from 12pm.

  • Weihenstephaner

    Weihenstephaner is recommended by: Steph Dodd.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    At Weihenstephaner you’ll find a selection of typical Bavarian dishes served up alongside a choice of thirteen different beers. Daily specials are offered at great prices.

    Location: Lychener Strasse 9.
    Opening hours: Mon-Fri from 5pm, Sat-Sun from 12pm.

  • Trattoria A Muntagnola

    Trattoria A Muntagnola is recommended by: Mitko Shindarski.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Opened in 1991, this Italian-style trattoria serves up a top-notch selection of delicious dishes from Southern Italy. A tasting menu is offered, as well as a number of daily specials.

    Location: Fuggerstraße 27.

  • Crêperie Bretonne

    Crêperie Bretonne is recommended by: Dora Daniel and Ferran Salcedo Sicilia.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Crêperie Bretonne is a French style restaurant serving both sweet and savoury dishes in the form of crêpes and galettes. Galettes are thin, savoury pancakes made from buckwheat flour. Here they’re served with a variety of sides including chicken, shrimp and mussels. A ‘galette of the day’ is also offered. The sweet crêpes also come with a variety of filling like chestnut cream, among others.

    Location: Reichenberger Strasse 30.
    Opening hours: Tues-Thurs 5pm-11pm, Fri-Sun 4pm-11pm, closed Mon.

  • La Paz

    La Paz is recommended by: Arturo Hernandez.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    La Paz on Kurt-Weil-Gasse is one of four La Paz restaurants in Berlin. Offering up a great variety of Tex-Mex dishes, La Paz also serves an array of colourful cocktails. Some of the dishes on offer here include nachos, burritos, quesadillas and tacos.

    Location: Kurt-Weil-Gasse 7.

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