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Nose-to-tail cooking that will have you join the smug hipster hordes overrunning Neukölln.

Eins44 Kantine Neukölln

Join the steady stream of trendy Berliners going for a serving of gastro delight with a side of Neukölln industrial chic.

Parker Bowles

Much more lovable than the real-life ‘Rottweiler’, modern German cuisine and a happening scene next to Prince Charles in Kreuzberg.


The former Cookies is reborn as a proper dining destination – without losing its nightclub roots.

Katz Orange

In the charming courtyard of an imposing converted brewery in Mitte, this Berliner kitty should stroke your whiskers.

Lavanderia Vecchia

Slightly gimmicky, sure, but this Neukölln Italian is still a near-guaranteed winner for special occasions.

La Soupe Populaire

Try out Tim Raue’s talents at wallet-friendly prices at the Bötzow, Berlin’s brewery-turned-art and leisure space.

Little Otik

An essential hunter-gatherer Berlin foodie haunt that remains as casual as a visit to the sticks.


Packing far more than your usual kitchen staples, a great mid-range option versatile enough for either business or pleasure in Berlin's Mitte.

Sage Restaurant

As sceney as befits its nightlife lineage and while there may be no face control, advance booking is highly advised.

Bar Raval Berlin

The tastiest tapas this side of Barcelona in a gratifyingly non-kitsch production.

Dudu Berlin

Asian fusion for the city’s techno-bopping, self-proclaimed cool kids.


Get your five-a-day at this veggie-centric cafe courtesy of Cookies; minus the calories.

Tin Berlin

This touch-of-techno Kreuzberg restaurant does exactly what it says on the tin, and then some.

Shiro i Shiro

Sharply designed, with baroque Louis XIV accents to go with a good-looking crowd and an even better looking crew of wait staff.

Le Cochon Bourgeois

A neighbourhood bistro with bourgeoisie ambitions and pedestrian prices.

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