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  1. Vau

    The best of international and Austrian cooking is served by Kolja Kleeberg at the stylishly designed Vau. The restaurant has been awarded a well-deserved Michelin star .

    • Jägerstr. 54–55

    • noon–2:30pm, 7–10:30pm Mon–Sat

    • 030 202 97 30

    The popular Vau
  2. Vox

    The exquisite food in this elegant hotel restaurant is a sleek and modern fusion of Asian and international dishes, with an emphasis on Japanese (sushi) dishes and French-Italian fare. In summer, reserve one of the outside tables. Open for breakfast.

    • Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 2

    • 6:30am– 10:30am (breakfast), 6:30pm–midnight daily (dinner)

    • 030 255 31772

    Vox restaurant
  3. Hugo’s

    The Michelin-starred Hugo’s is Berlin’s most affable gourmet restaurant with impeccable service and a stunning 270° view of the city skyline. Wood panelling and plush leather set the tone, while the international cuisine reveals the light touch of German master chef Michael Kammeier. The wine list is something to die for and there are also private dining rooms for those who prefer privacy.

    • Budapester Str. 2

    • 6pm–10:30pm Mon–Sat

    • 030 260 212 63

    Inside Hugo’s
  4. Bocca di Bacco

    Berlin’s hippest Italian restaurant offers fresh fish and exceptional meat creations such as Bresaola di Cavallo (horsemeat with salad and nuts).

    • Friedrichstr. 167–8

    • noon–midnight Mon–Sat, 6pm–midnight Sun

    • 030 20 67 28 28

  5. Borchardt

    Everyone of importance, including former Chancellors, dine at Borchardt. The historic room is furnished in Wilhelminian style (featuring tall columns, wall mosaics and tile flooring) – an appropriate setting for the classic French cooking served here. Without a reservation, however, even top politicians can’t get a table .

    • Französische Str. 47

    • 11:30am–midnight daily

    • 030 81 88 62 62

    The super-trendy Borchardt restaurant
  6. Weinbar Rutz

    This rising star in Berlin’s gourmet scene has slowly worked towards its first, well-deserved Michelin star by offering consistently high-quality fish and hearty meat dishes based on local recipes, but served with a creative twist. The Rutz is cosy and informal. The prodigious wine list has over a thousand wines.

    • Chaussestr. 8

    • from 6:30pm Mon–Sat (wine bar from 4pm)

    • 030 24 62 87 60

  7. Fischers Fritz

    This high-profile establishment is the only restaurant in Berlin with two Michelin stars. Chef Christian Lohse prepares some of the most spectacular seafood dishes in the country.

    • Hotel Regent Berlin, Charlottenstr. 49

    • noon–2pm, 6:30pm–10:30pm daily

    • 030 203 363 63

  8. Facil

    This Michelin-starred restaurant, in a green oasis on top of the Madison hotel, is a study in understated elegance. Chef Michael Kempf creates stylish Mediterranean dishes with a French accent.

    • Potsdamer Str. 3

    • noon–3pm, 7–11pm Mon–Fri

    • 030 59 005 12 34

  9. Lutter & Wegner Gendarmenmarkt

    In this old building, formerly the Berliner Sektkellerei (supposedly the place where sparkling wine, or sekt, was invented), Austrian cuisine is the star. Try the best Wiener schnitzel in town, accompanied by a classic warm potato salad, at consistently good prices. In the summer, there are tables outdoors.

    • Charlottenstr. 56

    • 11am–3pm daily

    • 030 202 95 40

  10. Shiro i Shiro

    As the city’s top Asian and fusion cuisine restaurant, the Shiro i Shiro (“white palace”) offers a generally superb, Japanese-influenced menu. The lively atmosphere and the striking design of the interior – which boasts Berlin’s longest table – never disappoint.

    • Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 11

    • from 6:30pm daily

    • 030 97 00 47 90

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