Restaurants in Germany

This famous beer hall is housed in a 14th-century building directly across from the National Theatre Munich. The restaurant is divided into two levels serving two different menus, with the top floor providing a more formal experience.

This unassuming restaurant in Maybachufer draws patrons in with its French- and Algerian-inspired menu, serving such dishes as roast duck and fish platters. The menu changes daily and can be found haphazardly written on a chalkboard hanging in the restaurant.

Enjoy the monstrously sized schnitzel perched atop a tangy potato salad made with onion and vinegar inn this folksy, low-ceilinged, crimson setting.

This Michelin starred restaurant is widely considered one of Berlin’s best. Located just steps from the Brandenburg Gate, the dining room’s minimalistic amber interiors and gold leaf ceilings provide an elegant spot to dine in this energetic and edgy city.

The famous Munich beer hall has a branch tucked away on a quiet end of Terminal 2.

This upscale hipster locale is known for its glamorous bar scene. The venue also serves delicious Continental home cooking.

Over in Mitte, a mix of fashion and media types frequent this club, built under the tracks of the commuter S-Bahn train.

Located in Kampen next to Louis Vuitton and Hermès, Greta's is where socialites enjoy bottles of Kristall (opened dramatically with sabers) along with small plates of the sweet local shrimp.

Easily recognizable by its logo — an inverted version of the famous McDonald’s® golden arches — W Imbiss is a unique eatery in the Kastanienallee area of Prenzlauer Berg. The restaurant’s menu is largely based on Indian cuisine, although Mexican and Asian dishes are also included.

Make sure to order the pork-filled spring roll with prawns and garden beans at this spot on the River Spree.