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Chef and restaurants with one thing in common, a commitment to good food which departs from the traditions of national cuisine.

Gipsstr. 3, 10119 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 283 86622, Fax: no fax | S-Bahn Hackescher Markt | Times: Tue-Sun 11am until late | Cards: AmEx, MC, Visa | Prices: Mains DM22-36.
A German chef marooned in Australia learned pan-Pacific cooking and came home to open this place, naming it after his grandmother. Don't be put off by the stark interior: the food here is superb, and combines European and Asian influences with brio.

Schwäbische Str. 5, 10781 Berlin - Schöneberg | Tel: 211 1990, Fax: no fax | U7 Eisenacher Str. | Times: Daily 6pm-2am, kitchen closes at midnight | Cards: EC, MC, Visa | Prices: Mains DM24-30.
One of Berlin's most adventurous restaurants offering a mixture of European, South East Asian and Indian flavours: reservations essential.

Rungestr. 17, 10179 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 278 63 36, Fax: 278 63 36 | U Heinrich-Heine Str., U+S Jannowitzbrücke | Times: Mon-Sat 17-24. | Prices: Mains DM19-37. Corkage DM12. | Cards: Visa, Eurocard. | Reservations by phone or email.
"Australia is my dream", your average German on the street will tell you, and Billabong goes a fair way towards fulfilling it at a price even the cheapest airlines would have problems competing with. The richness of Australia's multicultural mix is reflected in the diversity of the menu - try the red hot chicken curry or the New Zealand lamb chops with mint jelly. And if you're hankering for a chunk of the national symbol, Kangaroo will be served up steaming in a delicate port wine sauce. Billabong is the only restaurant in Berlin to have adopted Australia's B.Y.O. policy - if the award-winning Wakefield wines on the menu are not to your taste, you can bring your own wine from home or from the in-house wine shop.

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