Best Restaurants in Charlottenburg, Berlin

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A popular neighborhood to have a lunch break or to spend the evening in Berlin (Berlin vacation rentals | Berlin travel guide) is Charlottenburg. The charming quarter is known for many bars and restaurants with cozy dining rooms and charming outdoor patios. The following overview is a guide to the best restaurants in Berlin Charlottenburg.

Let’s start with the best three German restaurants in Charlottenburg:

Small but popular is “Essen Fassen” that specializes on a daily changing menu including gluten free dishes. Essen Fassen is open for lunch and dinner and located at Knesebeckstraße 89, close to metro station “Savignyplatz”. More infos are available under:

A second recommendation is “Fräulein Fiona” whose interior design reminds of a living and dining room. The German restaurant belongs to the best restaurants in Charlottenburg and also has a changing menu. It’s located at Fritschestraße 48, close to the metro stations “Wilmersdorfer Straße” and “Charlottenburg”. Please note that the restaurant only accepts cash.

Last but not least don’t miss on “Dreigut” when looking for a creative modern German cuisine. The cozy but modern restaurant changes its menu four times a year with the seasons and offers prix-fixe menus besides a la carte creations. For more info and reservations please go to their website:

As good as German food is the Austrian cuisine that you should try at “Nussbaumerin”. The restaurant belongs to the best restaurants in Charlottenburg and is known for an outstanding authentic Austrian fare. More info is available under: The restaurant is located at Leibnizstraße 55, close to metro station “Adenauerplatz”.

If you have a preference for Italian cuisine you are spoiled for choice in Charlottenburg. The quarter is an Italian restaurant hub and most restaurants can be recommended. However, you shouldn’t miss on “12 Apostel” that are known for outstanding pizza and located next to the railway arches at metro station “Savignyplatz”.

If you are craving for Spanish food instead try out the super cozy and romantic “Bonito” that specializes on tapas, Spanish small plates. The restaurant is located on Nürnberger Straße 21 close to metro station “Augsburger Straße”.

Another hot spot for Mediterranean fare is “Ana e Bruno” a high end restaurant with changing prix fixe menus. The charming restaurant is the perfect location for a special occasion and located at Sophie-Charlotten-Straße 101, close to metro station “Westend”. More info is listed on their website:

Besides the best restaurants in Berlin Charlottenburg you should try out the small bistros that sell “Turkish Doner”, “German Currywurst”, and other local favorites.

For the best currywurst go to “Curry de luxe” at Kurfürstendamm 195, close to metro station “Savignyplatz”. The best doner is available at “Fatih Servet” at Wilmersdorfer Straße 46, close to metro station “Wilmersdorfer Straße”.

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This travel guide has been written by Patricia Eggers.

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