Berlin, one of the most admired and visited European cities, has an extensive gastronomic tradition. To help you navigate the culinary scene of the German capital, we offer you three highly acclaimed restaurants each awarded two Michelin stars. See our recommendations to the best restaurants here.
Fischers Fritz Restaurant
Centrally located in the elegant Regent Berlin hotel, the Fischers Fritz restaurant is cozy and intimate and boasts a refined menu. Its eclectic haute cuisine and impeccable service attract both Berliners and foreign gourmands. At the helm of the kitchen is Chef Christian Lohse, one of the most awarded in the country, who delights Fischers Fritz’s diners with the best fish and seafood.
Postdamer Strasse 3
Berlin’s Facil restaurant has been serving beautiful dishes amid the purest culinary Avant-garde since 2001. Facil is the perfect place to satisfy the selective palate of those who are always searching for new gastronomic experiences. Michael Kempf – in charge of the kitchen- is a sublimely talented chef, who shines with one-of-a-kind creations that display great originality and good taste. Kempf uses only fresh— and mostly local products— to prepare subtle dishes with distinctive flavors. The spacious dining area exudes an atmosphere of quiet tranquility, with a bright, beautiful terrace. In addition, Facil has an impressive wine list and friendly, discreet and very professional service.
The Tim Raue Restaurant
Creativity, difference and freedom are the premises and attributes that define Chef Tim Raue and his eponymous Berlin restaurant. His cuisine is well-versed by the intricate nuances that characterize Asian gastronomy. His concept features excellent Japanese products, particular Thai aromas, and elements of China’s ancient culinary philosophy. The Tim Raue restaurant offers a deliberately simple environment, influenced by Berlin’s urban vibe, harmoniously combining the past and present. A high quality but simple furnishings made of walnut and precious Kvadrat fabrics contrast with classic and modern designs like the Fürstenberg tableware and Vitra’s reinterpretation of the famous Eames chairs. ■