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11 international restaurants on Kantstraße

Authentic Asian and more …

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On Kantstraße you will find a unique restaurant landscape with international specialities. Especially if you are looking for Asian culinary delights, you are better catered for here than anywhere else in the city. But there are many more restaurants still to discover around the Savignyplatz. Cosy breakfast, French flair and authentic Far Eastern cuisine in the middle of Berlin – here are our tips for you.

Tipp 1: Savoir-vivre in Paris Bar

French bistro charm with works of art on the walls and refined cuisine makes Paris Bar a real piece of France in Berlin. Many celebrities and artists count among the regular guests of the restaurant on Kantstraße. They have also made the restaurant, established almost 40 years ago, an important culinary address. The ideal place for a timeless, romantic dinner for two.

Where: Kantstraße 152, 10623 Berlin
When: daily 12:00–01:00

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Tipp 2: Breakfast aournd the clock at Schwarzes Café

East of Savignyplatz you will find Schwarzes Café – with its continuous opening hours it is an excellent meeting point at any time of day. The former artist café serves breakfast, soups and salads around the clock. During the day and in the evening you can also order pasta and varied dishes from the weekly menu.

Where: Kantstraße 148, 10623 Berlin
When: daily around the clock, closed Tuesdays from 03:00–10:00

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Tipp 3: Cantonese cuisine at Good Friends

The spacious and invitingly designed Chinese restaurant on Kantstraße serves a wide variety of authentic Cantonese specialities. The choice is enormous, ranging from Century eggs with jellyfish to soups with fish or meat and Peking duck with pancakes. The bright ambience with stylish Chinese decoration rounds off the experience.

Where: Kantstraße 30, 10623 Berlin
When: daily 12:00–00:00

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Tipp 4: More than Sushi at Kuchi Kant

About two hundred metres west of Savignyplatz, in the restaurant Kuchi Kant, you will find a piece of Japan in Berlin. Not only is fresh sushi served here: The menu includes many traditional Japanese dishes, from soups to rice bowls. You will enjoy all this in a warm, modern and minimalistic ambience.

Where: Kantstraße 30, 10623 Berlin
When: daily 12:00–23:00

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Tipp 5: Stylish Japanese enjoyment at 893 Ryōtei

The restaurant 893 Ryōtei is located diagonally opposite Kuchi Kant and also offers excellent Japanese cuisine. The specialities, such as quickly grilled tuna, miso soups and sushi, are served in a stylish, urbane atmosphere with dark furniture and candlelight.

Where: Kantstraße 135, 10625 Berlin
When: Tues.–Sat. 18:30–23:00

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Tipp 6: Combine Japanese and Chinese in Marubi Ramen

The Marubi Ramen restaurant on Kantstraße is one of three branches in Berlin. The restaurant’s recipe for success is a mixture of Far Eastern specialities: Japanese ramen soups and gyoza dumplings can be enjoyed here with Chinese dim sum and tea. The ambience is unsophisticated and modern.

Where: Kantstraße 140, 10623 Berlin
When: daily 12:00–22:00

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Tipp 7: Burgers with passion at The Butcher

On Kantstraße there is more to discover than just Asian cuisine: The Butcher, just a stone’s throw from Savignyplatz, is entirely dedicated to burgers. Their offering ranges from cheeseburgers with prime Aberdeen Angus beef to specialities with truffle mayo and tahini. The Butcher remains true to its name when it comes to its interior design with white tiles and stainless steel surfaces.

Where: Kantstraße 144, 10623 Berlin
When: daily 07:00–00:00

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Tipp 8: Breakfast between the pink wallpaper in A Never Ending Love Story

Scrambled eggs, juicy pancakes with sweet syrup, fresh orange juice and a steaming cup of coffee will get your day off to a good start. A Never Ending Love Story on Kantstraße also offers a sociable, unsophisticated ambience: People from Charlottenburg and visitors meet here into the afternoon to enjoy a hearty breakfast.

Where: Kantstraße 25, 10623 Berlin
When: daily 08:00–17:00

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Tipp 9: Paris meets Hanoi at Madame Ngo

In the Chinatown atmosphere around Kantstraße, Vietnamese cuisine is of course also a must. Madame Ngo serves an elegant blend of Vietnamese and French cuisine, from Terrine de Foie Gras to Pho and summer rolls. Added to this are fresh juices, teas and coffee.

Where: Kantstraße 30, 10623 Berlin
When: daily 12:00–23:00

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Tipp 10: Authentic Chinese with a wide range in Aroma

Authentic Cantonese cuisine with a wide range of specialities: Aroma is a popular meeting point for Chinese people living in Berlin who are homesick and for all those who love Chinese cuisine. In particular the large, fresh dim sum offering is always a good reason to meet in the traditionally designed restaurant.

Where: Kantstraße 35, 10625 Berlin
When: daily 12:00–03:00

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Tipp 11: The best of the sea in Funky Fisch

Funky Fisch is a rather unusual restaurant in Charlottenburg. In a trendy, modern ambience with coloured neon light you can enjoy fresh fish in all variations. The offer includes tuna tartar with caviar, scallop carpaccio, octopus salad and many other delicacies. You can also choose from a wide variety of fish and seafood at the fish counter.

Where: Kantstraße 135–136, 10625 Berlin
When: Tues.-Sat. 12:00–23:00

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