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11 tips for restaurants with delicious asparagus

Here the asparagus tastes particularly good

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We had to wait a long time, but finally the asparagus season has begun. Now the restaurants in Berlin and the surrounding area conjure up all kinds of fine dishes from the popular "Spargel" vegetable. From the classic "asparagus with ham and potatoes" to asparagus as soup, casserole, salad and completely new creations, the delicious range extends. As asparagus grows well on the lean soil of the Mark Brandenburg, the area south of Berlin is the perfect asparagus country with Beelitz as its secret capital.

For the asparagus season we have compiled our 11 tips for a few selected restaurants in Berlin and the surrounding area. 

Please check if you should book in advance, stick to the distance and hygiene rules of the restaurants - and enjoy your meal.

Tip 1: Alter Krug Dahlem

© Alter Krug Dahlem

The restaurant Der alte Krug in Dahlem has already published the asparagus menu. The cosy restaurant in the south of Berlin has a rustic beer garden and serves traditional dishes. Here you can get fresh asparagus with melted butter, two fried eggs and freshly grated Parmesan cheese as a speciality. By the way, it is not far from the rustic country inn to the Botanical Garden and the Dahlem domain.

Where: Königin-Luise-Straße 52, Zehlendorf

More informationen about the Alten Krug

Tip 2:  ALvis

The ALvis is known for its asparagus specialities, and so it has dedicated a special menu to the square-edged vegetables. The asparagus  is served with new potatoes, ham or veal escalope.

Where: Albrechtstraße 8, Mitte

More about ALvis

Tip 3: Luise in Köpenick

Asparagus with a view of water - this time on the Dahme in southeast Berlin - is also offered by the Luise in Köpenick.  With a view of a beautiful sunset over the water and the old town of Köpenick on a mild evening, the asparagus tastes so good here again.  A visit to the old town with the famous town hall or a boat trip across Lake Müggelsee is worthwhile.

Where: Luise in Köpenick, Alt-Köpenick 20, Köpenick

More information about Luise in Köpenick

Tip 4: Brachvogel

 The asparagus season has also begun in the Brachvogel restaurant with summer garden directly on the bank of the Landwehr Canal. Here you can enjoy fresh asparagus with salmon, schnitzel, ham or just young potatoes and choose between melted butter and hollandaise sauce. 

Where: Carl-Herz-Ufer 34, Kreuzberg

When: Daily 9am -  open end

More information about Restaurant Brachvogel

Tip 5: Scheune

In addition to the typical side dishes you can also choose a fine fillet of beef or a zander with asparagus in the Landgasthaus Scheune - or you can have asparagus soup, asparagus pasta or asparagus salad. The rustic restaurant is located in the romantic Grunewald. For an exploration tour through the forest and to the Havel river you can rent a bike in the restaurant.

Where: Scheune, Eichkampstraße 155, Charlottenburg

More information about restaurant Scheune

Tip 6: Britzer Mühle

Seasonal dishes are also available at the Britzer Mühle in Neukölln's south. And so it serves fresh asparagus in all kinds of delicious variations. By the way, the mill stands next to the restaurant, it is one of the last working mills in Berlin. On June 2 and 3, the Britzer Mühlenfest takes place here.

Wo: Britzer Mühle, Buckower Damm 130, Neukölln

More information about Britzer Mühle

Tip 7: Zollpackhof Restaurant

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If you don't want to drive far out, but want to stay in the heart of Berlin, you can get Beelitzer asparagus directly from Jakobshof in the Zollpackhof restaurant near the main station and the government district. On the terrace of the rustic restaurant you sit with a wonderful view of the Spree and can eat asparagus in all kinds of delicious variations.

Wo: Zollpackhof, Elisabeth-Abegg-Str. 1 , Tiergarten

More information about Zollpackhof

Tip 8: Raymons - Das Fischrestaurant

Seasonal cooking is the motto of the Raymons restaurant - and besides maize, it means asparagus. It comes from Jakobs Hof in Beelitz and is accompanied by potatoes, sauce and either salmon steak or veal cutlet.

Wo: Frieda-Arnheim-Promenade 7, Spandau

More about the Raymons


Tip 9: Zur S-Bahn Kaulsdorf

The popular restaurant looks back on a long tradition. The cosy guest room is decorated with S-Bahn benches and doors. You can also enjoy your asparagus on the terrace and choose between pasta, pike-perch, pork medallions, schnitzel or rump steak as a side dish.

Where: Gaststätte "Zur S-Bahn Kaulsdorf", Heinrich-Grüber-Straße 1, Marzahn

When: Monday - Friday from Noon, Saturday - Sunday from 11am

More informationen about the restaurant

Tip 10: Ebert

The restaurant Ebert near Kurfürstendamm is known in winter for its delicious roast goose. Now in spring you can enjoy delicious asparagus. Call half an hour in advance and everything will be ready for you to pick up.

Wo: Eisenzahnstraße 59, Wilmersdorf

More about the Ebert

Tip 11: Jakobs Spargelhof Beelitz

In the asparagus stronghold Beelitz and around Berlin there are numerous restaurants and asparagus farms that are worth a trip. Jakobs Spargelhof Beelitz is probably one of the most famous farms.You can combine a trip to eat asparagus with a boat trip, a bike tour or a day trip

Where: Jakobs-Hof Beelitz, Kähnsdorfer Weg 1a,  Beelitz

More information about Jakobs Spargelhof Beelitz

We wish you good appetite with a delicious asparagus dish. Our mouths are already watering.

You can find even more tips for German and Berlin cuisine at visitBerlin.d

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doesn't smile on fotos. But in real life she enjoys with a smile in her face Berlin's rich cultural life - the metropolis both in front of and behind the scenes. Her favourite season is the Berlinale, then she spends 10 days watching movies and writing about them in the blog.


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