Restaurants in Germany
Over in Mitte, a mix of fashion and media types frequent this club, built under the tracks of the commuter S-Bahn train.
This upscale hipster locale is known for its glamorous bar scene. The venue also serves delicious Continental home cooking.
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.
For a bite to eat, stop into this pizza restaurant popular with couples who come for the ballroom dancing.
This quaint café on Wiener Strasse is a popular Berlin gathering spot and welcomes diners with a distinct, neighborhood haunt feeling. The dining room walls are painted in reds and greens, and the space is decorated with everything from beer signs to palm trees.
So adored is Berlin currywurst (a hefty sliced pork sausage slathered in curry-spiked ketchup) that there’s even a new museum devoted to it. Curry 36, in Kreuzberg, is the place for a fix—especially after midnight.
The restaurant sits on a Beaux-Arts– style pavilion jutting out from the side of the historic Hotel Anna Amalia.