Freshly laid in white, the wooden tables in the Kreuzberg Mastan invite you to enjoy the food together in long rows. Nothing distracts from the essentials, which are the surprisingly light mix of contemporary bistro cuisine and traditional dishes from Provence.
Having grown up in Marseille, chef Yann Mastantuono draws on his roots and develops them further for his own restaurant. Before his time in Berlin, he cooked under star chef Alain Ducasse. Today, in addition to the direct exchange with local producers, French hospitality is a major concern for him. This includes good wines and the invitation to take the time for a really good meal. The menu is simple and clear: among the three to four starters, main courses and desserts, there is always a vegetarian alternative. There are also a number of dishes to share.