A few years back, fine dining in Berlin was reduced to only a couple of notable options. The “fancy” Berlin restaurant scene, however, has significant evolved since then. So much so that Berlin now has the highest number of Michelin Starred restaurants in Germany. Fine, having a Michelin star is not everything and it also does not mean that there aren’t quite a few amazing dining options without the famous quality seal.
With that in mind, we thought it might be useful share the Best high end restaurants in Berlin with you.
If you want to try some of these and do not want to spend a fortune, check their websites for lunch options. They are usually more casual, less pricey and still delicious.
Make sure to make reservations! These are in high demand these days. And it keeps getting harder and harder to get a table.
Let’s start with the “Cream of the crop”.
2 Michelin Stars/Chef/Neighborhood
Fischers Fritz /Lohse, Christian/Mitte
Lorenz Adlon /Otto, Hendrik/Mitte
Reinstoff /Achilles, Daniel/Mitte
Tim Raue /Raue, Tim/Mitte (Also on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants in the World List)
FACIL /Kempf, Michael/Mitte
Horváth / Frank, Sebastian/Kreuzberg
Rutz /Müller, Marco/Mitte
Onto to the second tier of the major league of Restaurants in Berlin!
1 Michelin Star/Chef/Neighborhood
Frühsammers /Frühsammer, Sonja/Wilmersdorf
Hugos /Kammeier, Thomas/Schöneberg
5 – cinco by Paco Pérez /Pérez, Paco/Tiergarten
Pauly Saal /Anker, Arne/Mitte
SkyKitchen flavored by a.choice /Koppe, Alexander/Friedrichshain
Nobelhart & Schmutzig /Schäfer, Micha/Mitte
Bandol Sur Mer /Saul, Andreas/Mitte
Bieberbau /Garkisch, Stephan/Wilmersdorf
Markus Semmler / Semmler, Markus/Charlottenburg
Richard /Richard, Hans/Kreuzberg
einsunternull /Rieger, Andreas/ Mitte
Naturally there are many more fine dining (or not) restaurant options to choose from in Berlin. If you fancy something more casual or less expensive, check out our Lunch and Dinner options for more tips.