Simple interior, inconspicuous from the outside – the trendy wine bar Cordobar at Große Hamburger Straße in Berlin-Mitte is a real understatement. You can find simple wooden benches under an awning in front of the windows outsides of the café. The lovely outside and the neon lettering "Cordobar" testify to the delicious interior. Insides natural walls with countless wine racks, simple wood furniture and some vintage decor await you.
The Cordobar is more than a simple wine bar. The wine list offers several hundred different wines of all price categories. The Cordobar specializes in Austrian and German wines, but on offer are also wines from, for example, Hungary or southern France. The Cordobar offers its visitors constantly changing wines, and also quite rare wines such as the Château Poujeaux - one of the famous wineries of Bordeaux.
In addition to the excellent wines the Cordobar is especially known for the food. Waal Sternenberg and his kitchen team create delicious small dishes that have little in common with traditional bar food. The food creations of the constantly changing menu at Cordobar are regularly mentioned by prestigious gastro-critics, such as Michelin's Bib Gourmand, the Falstaff or the Berliner Meisterköche. The snacks such as kimchi daikon radish with soy and elderflower, cod with spinach, hazelnut and langoustine foam or Jerusalem artichoke with thistle yogurt, seeds and grapefruit are creative and unusual.
Funfact: The name Cordobar is modeled after the Austrian town Córdoba, where Austria celebrated its glorious football triumph over Germany in 1978. The original commentary from the football game runs in continuous loop on the toilet.
- Tuesday to Saturday: 07:00 pm - 02:00 am
- public transport : S-Bahn stop Hackescher Markt