In a city proud of its past French influences, the highly praised French cuisine here is often delivered to your table by French waiters, no less. The intimate restaurant at the edge of the Dutch Quarter has old-fashioned brick walls and a fireplace. The menu offers small portions of dishes such as rack of lamb, quail with roasted chanterelles, and a starter plate of seasonal foie-gras preparations. Its wine list of 120 French vintages is unique in the Berlin area. Company
chief Ralph Junick has really cornered the market in Potsdam, with four other French restaurants, including a tasty creperie and a coffee shop. If you'll be in Potsdam for more than one meal, check Juliette's website to see what else is in town.