Yes, the restaurant bears the name of that well-know district in Berlin. What's inside surprises, even though it's a nod to the artistic element of the German city. It's impossible to tear yourself away from the collection of graffiti art and paintings in brilliant chromatic ranges, works by artists such as Okuda San Miguel, Rosh 333, and Keko Buenavista. The Eat Art concept of the house is based within this framework, and of course its other fundamental pillar is cooking that is creative, urban and sophisticated, where there's a lot at play. They start with the most traditional recipes and then take a turn with signature, eclectic touches. That translates into Madrid-style tripe brioche, unexpected 'chistorra' sausage and truffle croquettes, crispy pig's ear pressed with 'mole poblano' sauce, gyozas stuffed with 'cocido' meat and hummus... In the expert hands of Gonzalo Calzadilla, and via his three tasting menus, gastronomy of other latitudes come together with Spanish cuisine in search of new flavours, different textures – all served in showy presentations. Do not skip the 'torrija'! It's not for nothing that the chef was the national runner-up for the best savoury torrija in Spain two years running. As the restaurant features two areas on two floors, you can decide if you want to pop in for a quick bite and a cocktail in the bar, or linger in a bit more of a formal setting.