Berlin is a culinary hotspot. Whether it’s traditional cuisine, international specialities or top restaurants – the capital’s food scene is as delectable as it is varied. Every month, we go looking for the city’s most attractive, tastiest and most exceptional food spots for you.
Restaurant Le Faubourg
Finest French cuisine - innovatively and creatively interpreted, that's what the restaurant Le Faubourg serves you. In a relaxed atmosphere you can enjoy seasonally changing dishes made from regional products with matching wines from France and Germany. You must also try the fine desserts in the style of the French patisserie. During the week you can also take a break from sightseeing or shopping during a relaxed lunch.
Where: Le Faubourg, Augsburger Straße 41, Schöneberg
When: Monday - Saturday Noon - 3pm, 6 - 11pm
Hummus & Grill is the motto of the Israeli restaurant Djimalaya. Dishes made according to traditional recipes from Israel, including shakshuka, falafel and of course delicious hummus are served. In addition to the restaurant in Mitte, there is also a branch in the Foodstore in Bikini Berlin. By the way, Djimalaya is the call of the Boy Scouts before eating, then everyone answered loudly "DJIM!DJIM!DJIM!.
Where: Invalidenstraße 159, Mitte
When: Monday - Sunday: Noon - 11pm
A new interpretation of German cuisine is waiting for you in the Kantine Kohlmann at Schlesisches Tor. In the hip restaurant the friendly team serves you classics like Königsberg meatballs, schnitzel and cordon bleu with potato salad and homemade sauerkraut. For the drink afterwards you can move into the noble bar area with a cosy fireplace.
Where: Skalitzer Str. 64, Kreuzberg
When: Tuesday, Thursday - Sunday 6pm - midnight, Wednesday 6-10.30pm