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Muskauer Str. 9, 10997 Berlin - Kreuzberg | Tel: 612 51 70, Fax: no fax | U1 Görlitzer Bahnhof | Times: 18:00 - 1:00
This gay-run vegetarian and fish restaurant makes a theme of its name, which means The Last Supper - I´d die quite happy if it were mine, providing I´d sampled at least three delicious courses. Set in the middle of the Turkish quarter a little apart from the main drag, it is small & cosy - so do order a table. Chandeliers and religious kitsch set the tone. Service isn't fast but is attentive and friendly. Camp waiters will happily demonstrate how to eat the more unusual dishes. Main courses vary every day and are called things like "Love On The Beach" and "Flaming Inferno". You don´t come here merely to eat - it is a culinary experience. Exquisite starters get the love juices flowing from around 9,50 - expect to pay 30 for a main course and around 12 for wacky theme puddings. The wine list is extensive, the cocktails more than satisfactory and ecologically produced beer is a house speciality.

Frantoio Trattoria Bar
Zossenerstr. 15, 10961 Berlin - Kreuzberg | Tel: 695 09 416, Fax: no fax | U7 Gneisenaustr. | Times: Mon-Sun 12.00-1.00 | Prices: Pizza (Large) DM11.50, Mains DM9-15.
Frantoio is a friendly Italian restaurant near the Gneisenaustrasse U-Bahn station. The menu features pizzas baked in a wood-fired brick oven and a wonderful selection of noodle, meat and fish dishes. The pizza Emiliana is exquisite. Be sure to also check out the excellent and inexpensive weekly specials. Recent offerings have included oven baked Lamb Cutlets and Rumpsteak with Gorgonzola-Cream-Sauce. Frantoio also offers a good selection of wines to go with your food.

Gorgonzola Club
Dresdener Str. 121, 10997 Berlin - Kreuzberg | Tel: 615 64 73, Fax: no fax | U1 Kottbusser Tor | Times: Daily 18:00-01:00 | Cards: EC | Mains: 11 - 25.
In an area which isn´t known for its classy eateries, Gorgonzola Club is a delightful find. Heavy white table cloths and tarnished candle-stick-holders tend an air of traditional elegance to an otherwise sparse, almost rustic interior. The regular menu offers crisp and tasty pizzas and the regularly changing specials board coughs up such gems as linguine with fresh water prawns in white wine sauce. The wine selection is comprehensive, but there is little need to go beyond the excellent Italian house wines sold by the mezzo litro.

Sale e Tabacchi
Kochstrasse 18, Berlin - Kreuzberg | Tel: 25 29 50 03, Fax: no fax | U6 Kochstr. | Times: daily, 9-2am, Sat+Sun 10-2am. | Seats 120 inside, 80 outside. | Price: Mains 20-40 .
Modern atmosphere and decor (designed by architect Max Dudler), high ceilings, buoyant, enthusiastic and very professional Italian waiters. Large selection of appetizers, including some 8 sorts of carpaccio. Pasta is fresh and made on the premises. Located in the famous TAZ building, and often frequented by the publishing, cultural, architectural elite. Also just around the corner from Checkpoint Charlie (30 meters) and a nice digestive walk 10 minutes up Friedrichstrasse to the new shopping promenade.

Trattoria Casolare
Grimmstr. 30, 10967 Berlin - Kreuzberg | Tel: 69 50 66 10, Fax: no fax | U8 Schönleinstr. | Times: 12-24
Very popular and cramped trattoria on a scenic Kreuzberg corner. The pizzas are among the best in Berlin and cheap. I had a deer ragout with local mushrooms which was very hearty and delicious. The place is loud and bristling, frequent arguments among the staff, great house wines. Reserve at night.

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