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Berlin Restaurants

Hartmanns Restaurant

Updated 12/24/2013

Fodor's Review

Named for the acclaimed chef Stefan Hartmann, Hartmanns Restaurant is in the heart of Kreuzberg, on a residential street that manages to be both elegant and jarringly historical (a 19th-century gasometer used as a bunker in WWII sits directly opposite). The restaurant's sublevel interior, however, is all warm lighting and white-painted walls. The changing menu uses market-fresh ingredients to revive classic German dishes, though there are also some Mediterranean influences

here and there. You can order à la carte, but the real treat is the chef's three- to seven-course tasting menu, which cost between 65 and 110 euros, and can be served with or without wine pairings. Each plate is like a work of art, and the service is impeccable and friendly.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

Fichtestr. 31, Berlin, 10967, Germany

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Phone:

030-6120–1003

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Sun. and Mon.
  • Reservations essential

Updated 12/24/2013

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