Fodor's Expert Review Francucci's
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 bread and exquisite pasta dishes. More-refined Tuscan and Umbrian creations might include meat options like wild boar and there is usually a Mediterranean fish dish on the menu as well, such as grilled loup de mer or dorade. In warm weather there are tables on the sidewalk.
Berlin, Berlin 10709, Germany