The Restaurant Redelsheimer has its own irresistible mix – an elegant yet relaxed lounge style, and food from vegetarian meatballs to hearty calf’s liver in traditional Berlin style. Just like much of the associated Hotel Mondial on Ku’damm boulevard, Restaurant Redelsheimer is also designed for guests with disabilities.
The hotel’s underground garage has six designated accessible parking spaces, while the restaurant is step-free and wheelchair accessible.
The restaurant tables have bright but glare-free lighting, with some positioned so guests who are hard of hearing can communicate with more ease. Guests with cognitive disabilities also profit from the hotel’s continuous signage and clear information for orientation.
Redelsheimer focuses on regional cuisine, available not only in the evenings, but also at lunchtime – when, for example, you can create your own two-course business lunch with your personal favourites from the weekly menu.