Restaurant VOLT

In 2019, gourmet guide Gault-Millau awarded 17 points to the VOLT, which not only serves finest cooking but also amazes with its location, a former transformer station.
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Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

© Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

© Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

© Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

© Foto: VOLT | Jens Wegener

Restaurant VOLT is situated in the former transformer station Kreuzberg built in 1928, directly on the banks of Landwehrkanal and knows how to fascinate with its flair: candle light and mellowed light from gold-coloured spherical lamps provide the right background for a culinarily sophisticated evening.

Right after the opening of the restaurant in 2011, chef Matthias Gleiß was elected “Rising Star of the Year” by the Berlin chefs. In the meantime the VOLT has an established place as location for sophisticated cuines. The culinary concept unites contemporate variations of traditional Berlin cuisine with German home-made classics. Seasonal ingredients from the region are used consciously and also vegetarians will find ample options here. The VOLT stands for contemporary cooking with great enjoyment factor, qualities which earned the VOLT Gault-Millaut’s recognition for creativity and quality.

Editors Rating

Quality
4.80

Service
4.50

Ambience
4.75

Culinary Creativity
4.75

Total
4.70

Address

Paul-Lincke-Ufer, 21, 10999, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Kreuzberg

Info

Business Hours

Monday to Saturday

06:00 pm - midnight

Important information

Price Level

4-courese menu for 64,00 euro per person, 5-course menu for 76,00 euro, 5-course-menu vegetarian for 54,00 euro

Card Payment

EC, Visa, Mastercard

Reservation

Recommended, especially for weekends

Parking

Available in the street, not part of the restaurant

Awards

17 points (Gault-Millau 2019)

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