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Chausseestr. 15, 10115 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 30 87 29 80, Fax: 30 87 29 78 | U7 Zinnowitzer Str. | Prices: Mains DM15-30
Sieke´s Winestore and Restaurant is located close to the Oranianburgerstr. district in Berlin - Mitte. Upon entering the premises you will find yourself among a fine collection of German wines proudly tended by the jovial staff. The shop stays open for as long as the restaurant, so this is a perfect place to buy a bottle or two on the way to evening engagements, particularly given that Sieke is likely to offer a sample of the wine he recommends. The second floor restaurant is decorated with light wooden furniture and offers dishes in contemporary German style. A special set 3 course menu is excellent value at around DM30,- (excluding wine). According to German tradition Sieke's offers special dishes and menus according to season and local festivities.
Diekmann im Weinhaus Huth
Alte Potsdamer Str 5, Berlin - Tiergarten | Tel: 25 29 75 24 , Fax: no fax | S-Bahn Potsdamer Platz |
This is a modern, crisply clean and efficient restaurant in the Weinhaus Huth, the only pre-WWII building remaining on the Potsdamer Platz. One whole side of the restaurant is glass and looks out on a little square with a small fountain. It's casual yet quietly elegant too. The menu includes a good selection of "flammkuchen" -- pancakes that come in both sweet and savory moods. There are also nice salads, a good cheese platter, excellent oysters and some standard German dishes. The chestnut soup with venison carpaccio that I sampled was outstanding. There is an attractive bar and a nice range of German wines and beers is served. This is a comfortable, efficient restaurant, reasonably priced with a menu that, while it's not enormous, offers interesting choices.
Kellerrestaurant im Brecht-Haus
Chausseestr. 125, 10115 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 282 3843, Fax: no fax | U6 Oranienburger Tor | Times: daily 6pm-1am, lunch in summer noon-3pm Mon-Fri | Cards: AmEx, MC | Prices: Mains DM18-28
In the cellar of Brecht's house, next door to the graveyard where he's buried, you can dine on dishes from his companion Helene Weigel's hand-written cookbook, specialties she brought from Bohemia, and learn why Brecht liked living with her. Great wine-list, excellent weekly specials, and a very nice garden in summer.
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