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KATZ ORANGE AMBIANCE DINING

Very few places in Berlin compare to KATZ ORANGE in terms of atmosphere and location. This unique restaurant is located inside one of the prettiest and cosiest courtyards in a quite corner of Mitte. To get here, either take the U-Bhan to Rosenthaler Platz or the S-Bahn to Nordbahnhof. In either case, you’ll have to walk for about 7 minutes to get to Katz Orange.Berlin Inner Courtyards

Once you get to Bergstrasse, make sure to walk to number 22. Enter the courtyard. You will be in AWE. Katz Organge takes up the first two floors of a former red brick brewery. It does resemble a church, though. During the warmer months the terrace upfront is open (and you should get a reservation for the terrace!). Otherwise, the interior is super cosy and inviting. We particularly like the wood, brick and intimate lighting scheme. We are also obsessed with the ping pong ball chandelier! Fun

KATZ ORANGE AMBIANCE DINING
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The menu is consistent, to the point and based on seasonal products. Beef, veal and fish make for a solidly delicious base on most main dishes. Although this place can be considered somewhat  of a “fine dining experience” there is something about the food that seems to keep it “real”. Not gimmicky. We like that! The short ribs and the pulled pork dishes were particularly tasty! The drinks menu is also very solid. Many people actually come here to hang out and have drinks.

KATZ ORANGE AMBIANCE DINING
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This place has been known to be somewhat of a celebrity magnet, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself dining among  a few of them. Reservations are strongly advised.

What to order at KATZ ORANGE AMBIANCE DINING: Pulled Pork of Spare Ribs main dish. The ceviche is also often tasty!

KATZ ORANGE’S WEBSITE

Address: Bergstrasse 22, Berlin

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