The majority of Michelin-star restaurants in the country? The most creative street food on the scene? Restaurants from A such as Austernbank to Z such as Zur letzten Instanz? That can only be Berlin! The culinary range in the capital is well-known and popular both far and wide. Whether it’s vegan, molecular or international, no guest will go hungry. The best: many Berlin restaurants provide disabled access for wheelchair users and prams. All gastronomic establishments that have been open since 2006 are now even legally obliged to do so.
Berlin’s accessible restaurants
Certified as accessible according to the labelling system "Reisen für alle" (Tourism for All) – and the following are especially recommended:
The culinary range in the capital goes even further, ranging from the typical hearty Berlin cuisine of the Julchen Hoppe to the classic beef steak in the Midtown Grill at Potsdamer Platz. Yet in Berlin you can also find specialities from all corners of the world. Such as the Vietnamese specialities served up to guests by Mr.Hai & Friends at Savignyplatz .
From food to experience
The dark restaurants Nocti Vagus and the unsicht-Bar are an extraordinary experience for people both with and without a disability. In absolute darkness, even people who can see get an impression of how it is to be blind.
The Berlin market halls promise completely new taste experiences. British pies, Thai tapioca dumplings, Mexican tacos, Allgäu cheese noodles or Nigerian fufu are examples of what you can expect to find on the menu at Streetfood Thursday in Markthalle Neun. Please note: On this occasion, it is often very crowded in the market hall and getting around by wheelchair or with a pram is no longer easy.
The organisation Mobidat lists other accessible restaurants in Berlin. An overview of Berlin’s restaurants, cafés, currywurst takeaways and bars can be found in our restaurants section.
Employees at our service centre can also give you tips about accessible restaurants in Berlin.