The small French restaurant Bricole (Fr. Trifle) at Senefelder Straße in Prenzlauer Berg has claimed to be the abolition of the main course and offers a menu with a selection of small dishes that you can combine and order as your mood. The often changing menu of tapas is kept small and has a seasonal and regional focus. Here, for example, mushroom ravioli in smoked celeriac essence with pickled radiser and black nut, goat cheese in pumpernickel coat with burnt grains, wild herbs, beetroot and cucumber gel or poached halibut on savoy cabbage with turnips and morel mushrooms are served. Dishes are also available as a meat, fish or vegetarian menu. The tapas menus are accompanied by craft beers and fine wines, many of them from renowned German wineries.
Insides the Bricole offers a bright, open space with floor-to-ceiling windows. Wooden chairs and tables dominate the room. Also; the floor and the wall decoration are made of wood. In summer guests can sit in front of the house on a cozy terrace in the traffic-calmed side street.
Restaurant owner Fabian Fischer, who previously worked at Reinhard's / Kempinski, at Grosz and at Borchardt, wants his guests to share their food, taste and have fun in the restaurant in a relaxed atmosphere. Charming detail: If you like bring your own wine to Bricole and enjoy it in the restaurant with your dinner for a corkage charge.
- Tue - Sun: from 06:00 pm on
- Card Payment: Cash Card, Visa, MasterCard
- Parking: Charged parking on the street