Located in the central area of Schoeneberg, Rudiger’s is a place where you can find Austrian cuisine in a west-Berlin high-class location. The exquisite interiors complement the impeccable setting with crystal chandeliers and wide mirrors, while Rudiger’s great wine collection adds to the luxury of the experience.The general ambiance is relaxed, offering an intimate candlelight atmosphere. The menu offers a range of specialties from the customary schnitzel to sauerkraut, but our personal favorite was the Argentinean beef seasoned with cognac.
Rüdigers, Motzstrasse 63, Berlin, Germany, +49 030 25 79 75 97
For the Cuban connoisseur, all good things come in small packages: Pequenia Habana is no exception. It is clear from the entrance that this is the Havana road, as the great mural showcases the icons of the island. The blackboard underneath presents the day’s specialties for both Latino and German regulars to see, while the decor is quite simple and uncomplicated, with a nostalgic touch. The cuisine is spectacular, with careful presentation and five-star touches. Everything looks perfect, and tastes even better.
Pequena Habana, Eisenacher Str. 48, Berlin, Germany, +49 03030360275