Please note that the Berlin gastronomy is subject to the 2G conditions for visitors over 18 years of age. This means that only vaccinated and recovered persons will be admitted. For children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 18, proof of a negative test is sufficient. Children under 6 do not need to show proof of vaccination or negative test.
Where to get the best food? We’ve put together a whole list of recommended restaurants.
Whether your appetites and explore typical Berlin cuisine. Traditional Berlin dishes are solid meals: pork knuckle with mushy peas, liver of calf á la Berlin, aspic on fried potatoes or meatballs. Well-established Berlin restaurants serve Berlin cuisine classics in a cosy rustic ambience.
Other cooks reinterpret the classics and serve freshly cooked up regional dishes.
Berlin’s refurbished market halls present street food from all over the world and offer fine delicacies. And it goes without saying that you need to try Berlin’s most famous classics: currywurst and döner.
Afterwards, wash down your food with a delicious cocktail in one of Berlin’s myriad bars. For breakfast or teatime, pick one of the many cafés – comfy chairs and fancy cakes or urban cool with freshly brewed coffee.
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Restaurants in Berlin
Culinary offerings from Germany and around the world
The restaurants you’ll find in Berlin’s many districts are as varied as the districts themselves. Do you like traditional cuisine? Then you’re certain to find something in Charlottenburg. Would you like some good-value international cuisine? Then feast your way through Friedrichshain or Kreuzberg. Do you feel like eating some Arab food? In Neukölln you’ll find just the dish you’re looking for. Craving something Asian? Then head to Prenzlauer Berg.
And Berlin has even more besides international cuisine on offer – there is the whole range from down-to-earth German cuisine to top restaurants, such as Reinstoff, that you can find in Mitte. Vegetarians and vegans will also find something they want here, as will burger fans. Even in the TV tower, 200 metres above the city, you can indulge your taste buds with a full portion of Berlin.
Our tips for restaurants in Berlin
Spanish tapas, Italian pizza, French cheese and a thousand other delicacies from all over the world – Berlin’s restaurants have them all.
Go on a tour of culinary exploration and discover popular foods and delicacies known only to the initiated. German cuisine is available in Berlin for your delectation too.
Cooking at the highest-possible level: Guide Michelin has selected 24 restaurants in Berlin, including 18 one-star restaurants and five two-star restaurants and one three-star restaurant
If you’re travelling to Berlin as a group, there are lots of restaurants that will receive larger groups with open arms.
Whether black coffee, cappuccino, expresso, latte macchiato or milk coffee - we have put together a selection of cafés where you can enjoy the delicious pick-me-ups in Berlin. How about a piece of cake or other treats?
Would you like to enjoy an extensive breakfast or a cosy brunch? Here you will find our tips.
A quick cup of coffee before you go on the big sightseeing tour? With the BETTER WORLD CUP you take your coffee with you on your sightseeing tour.