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Restaurants, Scandinavian Mitte
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

From the team behind the city's ever-popular Grill Royal and Pauly Saal comes a new shabby-chic Icelandic restaurant

With chef Victoria Eliasdóttir - sister of Berlin-based artist Olafur Eliasson - as head chef and the team behind such legendary Berlin eateries as Grill Royal and the Michelin-starred Pauly Saal at the helm, this Icelandic-themed kitchen in Mitte would have had to make an extraordinary effort to be anything less than wonderful. A tiny, charmingly ramshackle dining room, Eliasdóttir's menu shimmers with Icelandically-inspired clean, herby flavours infusing the fresh vegetables, meat and fish with wholesome, organic character.

Having grown up on an island where the only thing in abundance is fish, the chef's menu naturally favours our piscine friends, with inspired and imaginative treatments. But it's Eliasdóttir's tendency to experiment and blend new juxtapositions of flavour and texture that lead to frequently surprising (and very delicious) results. Book ahead.

By: Arsalan Mohammad



Address: 40
Price: Main courses €21-40
Opening hours: Tues-Sat 6pm-late

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