It’s a fact: the corona virus pandemic is forcing everyone to find alternative solutions. Although social restrictions imposed to stop the spread of the corona virus have been eased for the time being, Berlin’s cultural and food scenes are still on pause.
Fortunately, some restaurants that initially had to close are opening again, changing their offers and adjusting them to the current situation, proposing takeaway and home delivery to cope with the corona crisis.
However, this (hopefully temporary) change allow us to embrace fine dining in the comfort of our homes. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy what some of the outstanding Berlin’s restaurants has to offer now, considering that most of the places wouldn’t do takeaways or deliveries in “corona-free” times. The selection below will sure keep you on track during the next weeks. Check them out and stay healthy!
Fans of the Raue’s kitchen can now enjoy selected dishes conceived by the top chef from Tuesday to Saturday. Together with his team from the various restaurants (Restaurant Tim Raue, Villa Kellermann, Brasserie Colette Tim Raue, Hanami by Tim Raue, The K – Tim Raue), he selected dishes for the new delivery and takeaway service.
From Tuesday to Saturday, Vicenzo Broszio, the chef of one of Mitte’s finest eateries, offers three homemade ravioli (including a vegetarian) options that can also be paired with a bottle of wine from their exceptional cellar.
The favorite Japanese izakaya in Charlottenburg is currently open from Monday to Saturday and offers takeaway and delivery service for their top quality sushi and sashimi.
Prenzlauer Berg’s always challenging fine dining restaurant is offering takeaway and delivery sandwich options (steak, fried chicken and egg sando), plus a killer burnt Basque cheesecake!
The “Nobelhart care package” comes with a full meal prepared by chef Micha Schäfer, a bottle or two from their well-stocked cellar and everything else you need to get that Nobelhart feeling going in your own home, including instructions on how to prepare the meal.
Cookies Cream, Crackers and Data Kitchen, together, are offering a daily menu including four courses ready to be heated and served at home. A selection of wines is also on offer to be paired with the menu.
The iconic hotel next to the Brandenburger Gate, offers a classic German spring dish: asparagus with cooked ham, boiled potatoes and hollandaise sauce. Takeaway at their Adlon To Go café at Pariser Platz.