Kreuzberg German

So you’re in Berlin, well then, naturally we recommend finding yourself a traditional Brauhaus (Beer Hall) or German restaurant to get your fill of the traditional German dining experience. You won’t be disappointed.    

Try dishes such as Schweinshaxe or Eisbein, (a ham hock) broiled or roasted with a side of potatoes and sauerkraut (sour cabbage), the ever popular Currywurst (sausage) with hot chops and mayonnaise or Spätzle, (a type of delicious egg noodle pasta).  German cuisine is known for its generous portions; team it up with some fantastic German beer and you’ll have to roll yourself home at the end of the night. Needless to say, there are German restaurants all over Berlin.

Max und Moritz

Max und Moritz Kreuzberg, Berlin

The building where Max and Moritz serves up its traditional German cuisine was first built in 1902 and has kept many of its original features.


Stadtklause Kreuzberg, Berlin

With large and small appetizers offering you the tastes of Berlin, the Stadtklause is a perfect resting point when exploring the city.


Riehmers Kreuzberg, Berlin

In the heart of the trendy Kreuzberg district, Riehmers offers a luxurious and classy dining experience.

Mutti Hausmannskost de Luxe

Mutti Hausmannskost de Luxe Kreuzberg, Berlin

Mutti Hausmannskost de Luxe offers a range of freshly cooked meals - including cakes, soups, salads and noodles all Hausmannskost (comfort food) from Mutti (mummy) herself.

van Loon im Urbanhafen

van Loon im Urbanhafen Kreuzberg, Berlin

For more than 20 years the ship restaurant van Loon has made its home on the Urbanhafen beside the Baerwaldbrücke (Baerwald Bridge) in Kreuzberg.


Henne Kreuzberg, Berlin

For the best chicken in Berlin, visit the Henne restaurant in the neighborhood of Kreuzberg.


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