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Modern European cuisine in Prenzlauer Berg

Remi is the brainchild of Stijn Remi and Lode van Zuylen whose first Berlin restaurant so impressed the director of the Suhrkamp publishing house that he insisted on a second restaurant with the same quality food creations to be located in the publishing house itself.

Much more than a gourmet canteen for the publisher's staff, Remi has established itself as a fine dining restaurant for lunch and dinner on Berlin's foodie thoroughfare, Torstraße. Remi and Zuylen play with seasonal ingredients and international tastes to create regional dishes with global verve. In the colder months you can expect your fish to be fresh water and your meat to be wild game, while in the summer, Northern Europe's lighter cuisine comes to the fore. The wine and drinks list is as extensive as it is bold. You can enjoy lunch on exquisite à la carte dishes from Wednesday to Saturday noon-3pm or dine out on the delicious dinner menu from Wednesday to Saturday 5:30-10:30pm. Reservations are not necessary but advised at this increasingly popular eatery.