Boat Restaurant Alte Liebe

For more than 100 years the boat restaurant Alte Liebe, moored on the Eastern bank of the Lower Havel, has been offering refuge from the big city stress to Berliners.
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Foto: Restaurantschiff „Alte Liebe“

© Foto: Restaurantschiff „Alte Liebe“

Foto: Restaurantschiff „Alte Liebe“

© Foto: Restaurantschiff „Alte Liebe“

Foto: Restaurantschiff „Alte Liebe“

© Foto: Restaurantschiff „Alte Liebe“

The boat and fish restaurant Alte Liebe in Berlin-Charlottenburg does not only offer culinary excellence by the water but truly on the water. The boat has been moored for decades on the tributary of the Stößensee to the Havel river and thus figures among the oldest boat restaurants in all of Berlin.

However, to maintain the boat afloat, it has to undergo renovations from time to time. Since early 2015, the boat was rotated by 90° in order to obtain a view of the water for all tables aboard. They added as well a swimming pontoon for 60 people who can also enjoy the view.

Not changed has the focus of the restaurant’s maritime culinary cuisine: fish! Whether it’s smoked herring or salmon, shrimp skewers, pickled herring, trout or ocean perch – the Alte Liebe makes it difficult for her guests to make a pick. The culinary variety gets it rounded finish with a large selection of meat dishes also with seasonal meats like venison and goose. Should you just wish to have a cup of coffee with home-made cake – this is also possible here. The restaurant boat Alte Liebe has been owned and run by the Lüdicke family for 20 years.

Top10 Berlin tip: The evenings can be very romantic there, watching the sunset from the deck or the pontoon.

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Editors Rating

Menu Variety
4.50

Ambience
4.50

Quality
4.50

Maritime Atmosphere
5.00

Total
4.63

Address

Havelchaussee, 107, 14055, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf

Info

Business Hours

April until October

Daily

from noon on

November until March

Important information

Parking

Available

Card Payment

EC

Reservation

Required

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