At the end of 2010, Doria started drawing adventurous food-lovers to the seedy Hansaplatz. Ignoring the prostitutes and junkies outside, they came for the modern European cuisine that the convivial owner Hasko Sadrina expertly prepared—and for Doria's softly lit, rustic ambience. These days the square isn't quite as sketchy, but the food and service is just as good. You still might have to sidestep the occasional streetwalker, but you'll be rewarded with expertly prepared
dishes that include poached salmon with asparagus and wild venison with cranberry sorbet.