Friday, 12 December 2008


German, Berlin Cuisine


Tara Costello writes in Travelblog: "That night we ate at the greatest hole in the wall German restaurant ever! [...] Walking into this restaurant out of the cold, crisp German air was like walking into Fezziwig’s party in “A Christmas Carol.” There was a fireplace roaring, dim lighting held to pace with candles atop every table and along the bar counter, tiny round tables with smiling satisfied faces circling round them, and an aroma we smelt from four doors down of something savory and delectable. We drank mulled wine and slurped up a soup made from potato, sweet chestnut, and mushroom before salivating over one of the best bratwursts I’ve ever had the pleasure of consuming. Of course with a find this good, we went two nights in a row :)"

The Basics:
Grosse Hamburger Strasse 37, 10115, Berlin-Mitte

Phone: +49 (0)30 28 34 06 5

URL: Sophieneck



Related Tours/Sites:

Mitte; the Jewish Quarter and the Gallery district

A visit could be integrated with the Classic "Jewish Berlin Tour", with a gallery tour, as well as with customised Berlin tours

Nearby Hotels/Accommodation:

5 *****

Radisson SAS Hotel Berlin
4 ****
Hotel Hackescher MarktAlexander PlazaARCOTEL Velvet Berlin Hotel LUX 11 Berlin Mitte
3 ***
Hotel AugustinenhofHSH Hotel Apartments MitteDietrich-Bonhoeffer-Hotel
2 **
Hotel TaunusFlower's Boardinghouse Mitte
baxpax downtown Hostel Hotel
baxpax downtown Hostel Hotel
Apartment Hotels:
HSH Hotel Apartments Mitte

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