Sunday, 11 May 2008




Lubitsch is named after the famous Berlin-born film director, but it serves neither "Jewish " cuisine, nor typical Berlin food, although it serves some good German food, as well as French-style dishes. A user on "Been There" writes "[...]this restaurant serves classic French cuisine (the chef IS French, apparently) in an understated, yet stylish decor. They do a few traditional Berlin dishes too. The cooking is excellent although the clientele can be a bit too trendy and bourgeois for its own good. Worth taking the risk for their food and wine list, though. Reasonable prices too. Advisable to reserve.". A German language review on Qype is a little more tepid, and says that the food is good (but not great; no huge surprises) and so is the service; it gives thumbs up for the interior design and in general, recommends Lunitsch restaurant.

The Basics:
Bleibtreustr. 47, 10623 Berlin- Charlottenburg (near S Savignyplatz)
+49 (0)30 887 28 499




Related Tours/Sites:
In Charlottenburg

It could be integrated with the Jewish West Berlin Tour; the Spirit of 1968 Tour and with customised Berlin tours

Nearby Hotels/Accommodation:

City Pension Al Vita (3 ***)
Hotel Aida Berlin (3 ***)

Hotel-Pension Cortina (2 **)
Hotel-Pension Gudrun (2 **)

Hotel Waizenegger

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