Restaurants in Germany
In a beautiful park setting in Saarland, the schizophrenic region that can’t decide whether it’s part of France or Germany, chef Klaus Erfort has earned three Michelin stars updating classics like venison, which he pairs with sherry and morels.
The local specialty may be sausage and pretzels, but the growing German organic movement is also represented at the airport.
The restaurant offers modern Italian cuisine and the most flattering lighting in town.
The Mediterranean-inspired fare is served in a cozy-chic Andrée Putman-designed space.
This upscale restaurant is located at the stylish Brandenburger Hof hotel and is overseen by Finnish culinary master Sauli Kemppainen, who has created a menu of his signature Mediterranean-influenced, Scandinavian cuisine.
The walls of this trattoria are lined with vintage photographs of Italian families; the wooden tables are packed with fans of the paper-thin pizzas and the "Abbondanza!" vibe.
Käfer, located on the top floor of the Reichstag, the building that houses the German Parliament, offers diners unparalleled views of the building’s famous glass dome from its garden terrace. The cuisine is classic German fare, created from local produce.
A cozy tapas bar in what may just be the tallest and most fanciful half-timbered house in the Mosel.
For lunch, order the signature Knödel (German dumplings).