This is a real special restaurant. Yes expensive, yes special, yes small portions but the quality is really amazing. As a spoiled Traveller I really like the food it is with every euro! A real treat and sensation. Thank you very much!!
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We went only because we were curious after seeing him on a Netflix show but we were very pleased to see it was not only good food, the service is great and a very relaxed place.
I've been fortunate enough to visit quite a few Michelin-starred restaurants this year, with Tim Raue making it 3 2*s. And it was probably the best of the lot. I had a reservation in advance, which will be more or less essential for dinner. It...More
We watched the documentary about Tim Raue on Netflix so when we booked our trip to Berlin we thought to have dinner in this restaurant. We had high expectations but all were met. The people are so friendly and everything is well organized. The restaurant...More
We were told about this restaurant by a friend and watched the documentary on Netflix. Our expectations were high and they were all met. It’s all about the food at this place, don’t expect lovely christmas decorations or a fancy architect design place. The staff...More
Very good restaurant with a reasonably priced lunch menu. The service was the best I received anywhere in Berlin. Highly recommended!
We were very excited after reading about it and hearing from friends, but were quite disappointed. Even if you were to bypass the tasteless decoration, the food was hit and miss at most. The brussels sprouts, shrimp and the veal cheeks were the highlights, but...More
6 mates travelled from all over the world and this was the highlight of an amazing weekend. You pay for what you get, it is pricey, but includes some amazing flavour combinations and perfect cooking. Tim Raue blends European and Asian influences brilliantly. We opted...More
Tim Raue is one of the most acclaimed Chefs in Germany and his Berlin restaurant is commonly concerned as the best in the city. Food is a harmonious blend between German and Japanese cuisine where all notes are balanced and do not overpower each other....More