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The best places to eat in Berlin – reviewed anonymously by experts



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Gasthaus Figl

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4
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The Eckekneipe (corner pub), has always been part of the Berlin fabric, but much like London’s original pubs, is suffering. You’ll still see them dotted around back streets, bearded men in sleeveless denim jackets propping up the smoky bar. Figl occupies a former

  1. Urbanstrasse 47, 10967
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Da Baffi

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 3/4
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Many of what people consider the most ‘classic’ of Italian dishes hails from Emilia Romagna and an Italo-Dutch couple of have been serving up the real deal at this Wedding favourite since 2011. Low-hanging lamps, vintage furniture and charming flowers adorn each

  1. Nazarethkirchstraße 41, 13347
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Das Lokal

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 3/4
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Das Lokal comes from fine heritage: formerly Kantine, a cult pop-up of sorts which had occupied a space earmarked for demolition in David Chipperfield’s architectural office. Their relocation to a permanent location on Linienstrasse sees the restaurant decorated with

  1. Linienstraße 160, 10115
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Dining on a budget in Berlin

Aroma

  • Price band: 1/4
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You’ll find Berlin’s little Chinatown in Charlottenburg’s Kantstrasse, where a number of Chinese supermarkets, cafes and restaurants serve up various Asian cuisines. If hankering for a dim sum fix, head to Aroma, easily the best in town, where you can have it in

  1. Kantstrasse 58, 10625
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Mogg & Melzer

  • Price band: 2/4
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Mitte’s gallery scene has been swelled by the regeneration of the Ehemalige Jüdische Mädchenschule (former Jewish girl’s school), built in 1930 and whose walls have borne out the turbulent history of the city. The impressive New Objectivity building houses

  1. Auguststrasse 11-13, 10117
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Volta

  • Price band: 2/4
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Wedding is Berlin’s second major Turkish area after Kreuzberg. Touted for years as the next happening spot, signs of gentrification are beginning to be visible. Volta opened to much fanfare, especially as it is part-owned by the chef behind Cookies and Cream, the

  1. Brunnenstrasse 73, 13355
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