Sanpetuna's Restaurant Guide: Berlin


Gendarmerie is a French restaurant very close to Borchardt. The premises are imposing with its high ceilings and the largest ever produced wood art piece. The cuisine mainly serves French food. It's a suitable ambiance for a business dinner.



The Borchardt is everything but an insider tip. Nonetheless, it is a must on this list: the restaurant near Gendarmenmarkt is just as famous for its excellent wiener schnitzel as for the many celebrity guests. Don't forget that it's called „Borchardt" and not „Borchardts" as commonly mistaken. We don't want you to sound like a tourist.

Mrs. Robinson


Fine Dining the Berlin way. You will experience a very relaxed atmosphere while discovering new special flavors. The restaurant focuses on sourcing all products locally.

Paris Bar 

The legendary Paris bar is the restaurant in Berlin Charlottenburg for the art and acting scene. Together with the owner, Michel Würthle, people celebrate wildly here with French cuisine. 

3 minutes sur mer

This restaurant is an owner managed brasserie in Berlin Mitte. You will experience a boisterous flair while sitting in a not too large room where the tables are close to each other. The authentic French food is always really good.

893 Ryotei


The Kantstraße is known for its many excellent asian restaurants. Most of the sidewalk is covered with a multitude of chairs and round tables — but not in front of number 135. Instead, the windows are full of graffiti and only a small neon sign hints at what you‘ll find behind the door. Inside hides a modern Japanese restaurant with a unique atmosphere. The sushi bar is especially worth a try.

St. Bart

St. Bart is a typical berlin restaurant. It’s a tiny, not fancy, space located in Kreuzberg. You can try many small dishes, local beer and good cocktails.