This upscale restaurant on the far western end of Kurfürstendamm is one of the best-kept Italian secrets in Berlin. You won't find many tourists here but the posh neighborhood's residents pack the cheerful, rustic dining room. The high-quality, straightforward cooking means incredibly fresh salads and appetizers (the bruschetta is excellent), as well as homemade breads and exquisite pasta dishes. More-refined Tuscan and Umbrian creations might include meat options like wild boar but there might also be Mediterranean fish classics such as grilled loup de mer or dorade. In warm weather there are tables on the sidewalk.