The German cuisine has liberated itself from the dusty image of traditional house-cooking long ago and has become refined and modern. No longer only tourists, but also locals decide for the German cuisine out of the evening restaurant selection. More and more restaurants with typical German dishes are also popular among a young, trendy Berlin audience. In addition to Mitte and Charlottenburg, the guests can also enjoy an inspiring New German Cuisine in the trendy restaurants in Kreuzberg and Neukölln and eat innovative versions of well-known dishes such as beef roulade, veal cutlet and Königsberger meat balls.

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    The starred restaurant Bieberbau in Wilmersdorf (1 star Guide Michelin 2019) offers a creative German cuisine in the pleasant ambience of a stucco-framed half-timbered house.

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    The star restaurant Einsunternull in Mitte serves product-focused gourmet cuisine with Berlin components at a high level. The kitchen deliberately reflects the question: What is Berlin?

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    The Gendarmerie at the Gendarmenmarkt in Mitte offers a tradition-conscious, German cuisine with creative accents and international influences.

  • A seasonal menu with fresh fish and meat dishes as well as regional vegetables are classically refined. The portions fill you up, are lovingly prepared and taste great even on cold days in the warm garden pavilion.

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    The restaurant Das Lokal in Mitte offers a daily changing menu with dishes from the German cuisine.

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    Kantine Kohlmann in Wrangelkiez interprets classic German dishes in a new and creative way.

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    The Restaurant Herz & Niere (Heart & Kidney) in Kreuzberg stands for modern German cuisine and pays special attention to regional products and innards.

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    The restaurant acht&dreissig on Oranienburger Straße presents modern German cuisine with international influences.

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    The restaurant „Die Schule“ (The School) in Prenzlauer Berg serves German tapas.

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    Unpretentious, seasonal and in love with details – this is how the restaurant Friedel Richter presents itself on the hip Torstraße in Berlin-Mitte.