Fodor's Expert Review Cookies Cream
The name might have you thinking something different, but this is actually a vegetarian fine-dining restaurant that serves fantastic food (it's above what used to be a club called Cookies, owned by a nightlife mogul by the same moniker, now home to an eatery called Crackers); the chef steers away from "easy" vegetarian dishes like pasta and stir-fries and instead focuses on innovative preparations. The entrance, too, is misleading: the only access is via a dingy alley between the Westin Grand Hotel and the Komische Oper next door, but once you're inside the vibe is industrial-chic, and the service is friendly, casual, and fun.
Berlin, Berlin 10117, Germany
- 030 - 6807–30448
- Michelin-starred creative vegetarian cuisine
- Five- to seven-course tasting menus, plus a signature dish
- Interesting organic wine pairings