Berlin Swiss

The first thing most people think of when you mention Swiss cuisine is Fondue.  This swiss art of dipping bread into a communal pot of melted cheese has been around since the 17th century and is still a great meal if you love cheese.

Although Fondue is probably Switzerland's most famous dish, Swiss cuisine offers so much more.  With influences from French, Italian, and German, Swiss cuisine uses techniques and ingredients from all three to create something truly unique.  Originally, Switzerland was a nation of farmers and most traditional Swiss cuisine consists of simple, honest dishes of meat, cheese and potatoes.

Ars Vini

Ars Vini Charlottenburg, Berlin

Ars Vini have three locations in Berlin serving up all the gooey cheesy goodness you can handle.

Nola's am Weinberg

Nola's am Weinberg Mitte, Berlin

Nola's am Weinberg is a lovely Swiss restaurant where you can dine whilst looking out over the luscious open space and greenery of Weinberg Park.


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