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Good Bank
Inside this vertical-farm-to-table-restaurant you'll be met by a wall of salad leaves growing right in front of your eyes. It's this self sufficiency that means the restaurant can offer you three different home-grown lettuce and vegetable varieties for you to snack on as you wait for your meal. A very worthy lunch stop.

Address: Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 5 | Telephone: 030 33021410 |

Housed inside a random looking hut in a quiet corner of Prenzlauer Berg, you'd be forgiven for not expecting great things from Kanaan's ‘rustic' exteriors. Once inside though, the menu is an amazing tour through Israel's deliciously rich cuisine, all served alongside awesome homemade salads, sauces and bread. Given the mostly outdoor location, this place is best enjoyed on sunny days.

Address: Kopenhagener Str. 17 | Telephone: 0176 22586673 |

Maison Han
  Finding its home in amongst Neukölln's many trendy coffee spots, you could be forgiven for confusing Maison Han's uber cool interiors with just another coffee spot. The food though, is anything but, and the Vietnamese breakfasts in particular are worth going out of your way to sample. As too is the Vietnamese coffee imported by owner, Duc, himself all for a fair price with local producers.

Address: Pannierstrasse 40 | Telephone: 030 62982364 |

Step into the heart of Damascus at this small, Syrian imbiss with colourful interiors and plates of joyful soul food. As a Yarok first-timer go for a ‘Mix Platte' : a glorious feast that will allow you to sample the best of the menu. It's impossible to leave without a smile on your face. 

Address: Torstrasse 195 | Telephone: +49 30 95628703 |

JONES Ice Cream
Gabrielle Jones served some of Berlin's best ice cream from her street food truck before finding a permanent home in Schöneberg. The 2006 French Dessert Champion serves fresh scoops of ice cream on American style cookies and the results are insanely delicious. We're talking whiskey, pecan & cornflake ice cream on a maple-glazed bacon & peanut butter cookie kind of delicious.

Address: Goltzstraße 3 | Telephone: 0171 8335780 |

Heno Heno
Tucked away in Charlottenburg there lies an extraordinarily cute Japanese imbiss offering some sensational Udon and Soba noodle dishes as well as rice bowls topped with onsen (poached) eggs and Onigiri rice balls. As far as Japanese eateries go in Berlin, this place is up there with the best of them.  

Address: Wielandstraße 37 | Telephone: 030 66307370 |

Standard Pizza
Standard is on a mission to serve the perfect Neapolitan style pizza by taking zero shortcuts and sourcing all of its main ingredients directly from the Campania region in Italy. With the first rays of spring just starting to break through Berlin's icy winter, now's the time to take a stroll that ends with a slice of the very best slice of pizza in Berlin.

Address: Templiner Str. 7 | Telephone: 030 48625614 |

Tel Aviv dances to Berlin to the tune of Yafo's rich, juicy and 100% comforting menu that's perfect for the dark winter months. Dishes such as the baked cauliflower and sinea are slow-cooked whilst the friendly vibes and late bar make this spot one hell of an Israeli party joint.

Address: Gormannstrasse 17b | Telephone: 0157 5111 2152 |

The Tree
Entering The Tree is like walking into an urban forest and oh my, does the food complement the modern design space. Start your meal with delicious cold starters including silky tofu in sesame oil or the 'kimchi of Sichuan' (Pao Thai), then order the 'Ahorn' noodles: the minced meat sauce features so much Sichuan pepper your taste buds will be on fire.

Address: Brunnenstrasse 167 | Telephone: +49 30 67961848 |

Louis Pretty
This Kreuzberg pastrami pit-stop serves up delicious meats that easily compete with their American counterparts, in what has quickly become Berlin's most Instagrammable restaurant. Think Wes Anderson meets Miami Beach and you're along the right lines when it comes to the design. The sandwiches are the stars on the menu: try the Reuben and pulled pork.  

Address: Ritterstrasse 2 | Telephone: 030 77321122 |

Affordable Restaurants

Mrs Robinson's
Every plate at Mrs Robinson's is infused with Asian flavours, but the steamed, filled bao buns are the absolute stars of the show. You'll find Taiwanese versions stuffed with pork belly and pickles, Chinese inspired variations with fried chicken and black bean mayo, as well as the ultra exotic (and not to be missed) soft shell crab. Make sure to leave room for dessert though, the deep fried bao with bewitching Valrhona chocolate ice-cream is the perfect way to end your evening.

Address: Pappelallee 29 | Telephone: 030 54622839 |

You'll find Katerschmaus at the former home of Berlin's legendary Bar 25 nightclub which closed its doors to ravers back in 2010. These days the outdoor terrace, stunning riverside views and a non-fuss, vegetable-focused menu (with the occasional appearance of German classics such as Königsberger Klopse at lunch times) make this dining spot one of Berlin's best kept secrets.

Address: Holzmarktstraße 25 | Telephone: 030 51052134 |

BRLO Brewhouse
  Located in the Gleisdreieck park that stretches underneath the subway rails, this futuristic brewery was assembled using 38 shipping containers and offers over 30 craft beers on tap along with some of the most forward thinking brewhouse food in the country. Don't miss the amazing beer garden on a sunny day!

Address: Schöneberger Str. 16, 10963 Berlin | Telephone: 01517 4374235 |

Madame Ngo
Home to one of the largest Vietnamese communities outside of Vietnam, a steaming bowl of hot Ph? is never more than a block away in Berlin but most are frustratingly average. Madame Ngo's however, is anything but. The owner had a chef from north of Hanoi come and consult him and the result is a meaty broth like nowhere else.

Address: Kantstrasse 30 | Telephone: +49 30 60274585 |

Although it's actually an Austrian dish, it's impossible to ignore the notorious schnitzel as you eat your way through Berlin. For the best in town head to Schneeweiss: their Wiener Schnitzel is insanely good. Beneath the perfectly crispy crust you'll find a veal escalope perfectly hammered to a 5mm thickness before being cooked in butter to golden perfection.

Address: 16 Simplonstrasse | Telephone: 030 2904 9704 |

Cordobar also serves up modern bistro style bar food and main plates alongside its selection of over one thousand wines (most of them natural). Despite an Austrian lineage, dishes here showcase a massive diversity of flavour profiles with a focus on Asian tastes, and you'll often see Berlin's gastronomy workers here on their nights off.

Address: Große Hamburger Str. 32 | Telephone: 030 27581215 |

Industry Standard
The definition of modern dining, Industry Standard is one of the Berlin's most interesting restaurants. Heavily inspired by St John London's nose to tail eating ethos, this hip hangout serves (arguably) Berlin's best beef tartare alongside bone marrow shots and well-paired natural wines. A year and a half after opening, people still travel from all over Berlin for one of the best contemporary meals in the city. Their weekend brunch is excellent.

Address: Sonnenallee 83 | Telephone: +49 30 62727732 |

Allan's Breakfast Club
Germans love their breakfasts, so much so they dedicated an entire verb it, and nothing gets Berliners out of their houses on weekends quicker than the smell of bacon, eggs and coffee. For one of the best brunches in town head to Allan's Breakfast Club in Prenzlauer Berg, which serves some of the city's best Eggs Benedict, Bloody Marys and Croque Monsieurs.  

Address: Rykestrasse 13 | Telephone: 030 2392 5134 |

Berlin's fantastic Turkish food scene is more known for tradition than innovation. Fes BBQ in Kreuzberg is the one stop social grill party that changes all of that though. Start with delicious traditional Turkish mezze and then fire up your tableside grill for the mountains of Turkish style meats brought to you by the hip waiters.

Address: Hasenheide 58 | Telephone: 030 23917778 |

Good Quality Restaurants

Kin Dee
Chef Dalad Kambhu will take you on an eight-course journey to her home country with her refined take on Thai cuisine. The plot twist is that local ingredients are used, meaning you may not find papaya or other exotic offerings on your plate. The end result is a proper union between German and Thai kitchens.

Address: Lützowstraße 81 | Telephone: 030 2155294 |

893 Ryotei
The slickest dining spot in West Berlin right now? That would be the ultra cool 893 Ryotei hidden inside a graffiti covered building on Kantstrasse. Be brave and step inside for Nikkei inspired fusion food, sensational cocktails & sake, and an underground, gangster-like vibe.  

Address: Kantstraße 135 | Telephone: 030 91703121 |

Lode & Stijn
A perfect example of young chefs with fine dining experience venturing down simpler paths, Lode & Stijn serve delicious creations in their stunning restaurant with subtle twists of their owners' Dutch heritage. This is best epitomised in the stand out dishes Bitterballen (deep fried beef croquettes) and smoked trout with blood sausage and potato salad.

Address: Lausitzer Straße 25 | Telephone: 030 65214507 |

Fine Dining Restaurants

This two Michelin starred restaurant (housed inside a former light factory) is newly open on Friday and Saturday lunchtimes for a three to five course tasting menu, packed with head chef Daniel Achilles' infamously creative cuisine. Expect impeccable service, a lovely outdoor terrace to enjoy aperitifs and coffee on, delicious petit fours and dishes which include pork crackling ice cream.

Address: 26c Schlegelstrasse | Telephone: 030 3088 1214 |

Within its first year of opening, this submerged eatery had already been awarded a Michelin Star for its minimalistic, cutting edge approach to fine dining. Dishes here don't fall under the traditional Michelin umbrella; expect fermentations and pickles, with bitter palettes such as poppyseed, charcoal and anise.

Address: Hannoversche Stra | Telephone: (0)3027577810 |

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