The Austrian restaurant Brenner is located in Berlin-Schöneberg, in walking distance from Kurfürstendamm and KaDeWe. Their cuisine is sophisticated Austrian and their small, yet select wine card is unequalled. In the heart of the Bavarian quarter on Regensburger Straße, the traditional Restaurant Brenner celebrates top-end Austrian cuisine. The restaurant was awarded 13 points by Gault Millau in 2014.
The name Brenner was taken from the legendary frontier pass in the Eastern Alps, and their kitchen reflects just this very region in its culinary creations: their chef creates fine alpine food from Germany, Austria and Italy. Every month you will have a new menu card, offering six different dishes from each of these alpine regions.
The highly acclaimed wine card has been carefully selected by the owner Anton Stefanov. The focus of the card lies on Bordeaux wines, usually from wineries with whom contact and relations have been cultivated for years. If you are not a friend of wine, why not try some regional beers instead?
Enjoy a lovely summer evening with a glass of fine wine on the outside terrace at nicely-decked tables.
Restaurant BrennerRegensburger Straße 7
- permanently: closed
- Parking: Parking for residents available, parking meters
- Card Payments: EC, Visa, Mastercard
- Particularities: The restaurant offers a sumptuous wine card with a focus on Bordeaux, always able to serve a corresponding wine to your meal. In addition, the Brenner cultivates its own truffels, that is why there never a shortage of truffels for the menu.
- Awards: 13 points Gault Millau in 2014