Top 5 Asian restaurants in Berlin


Every day Berlin gets at least one more restaurants. As I am scouting for restaurants in Charlottenburg, I have to say, this district of Berlin has outstanding Asian restaurants, which made me think about a Top 5 of Asian restaurants in Berlin. So here is my pick of the most interesting Asian restaurants of not only Charlottenburg, but Berlin.

Top 5 Asian restaurants in Berlin
Chinese restaurant in Schöneberg




This Chinese restaurant cooks without meat, making it the first vegetarian Chinese restaurant in Berlin. Here "only vegetables, seitan and tofu are braised, fried and steamed. You can order classics like dumplings, soup sweet and sour or spring rolls but also morel salad in black vinegar sauce or baked peanuts in vine-gar. Sichuan cuisine is known for its spiciness so if you like it spicy, you'll love it here..


Regensburger Straße 1, 10777 Berlin (Schöneberg),, Station: U4 Viktoria-Luise-Platz, Tue-Fr 12:00-15:30, 17:30-23:00, Sat-Sun 12:00-23:00

Top 5 Asian restaurants in Berlin
Long March Canteen in Kreuzberg

Long March Canteen



Here you’ll find great Chinese dishes such as crunchy jellyfish salad and melt-in-your-mouth pork belly among other typical dim sum dishes. Afterwards, nearby you can get a drink at the bar Schwarze Traube. More informations you can find on my BertaBerlin map of Kreuzberg.


Wrangelstraße 20, 10997 Berlin (Kreuzberg),, Station: U1 Görlitzer Bahnhof,

Daily 18:00–24:00


Top 5 Asian restaurants in Berlin
Dr. To's in Berlin Neukölln

Dr. To's



Dr. To's is a restaurant with Chinese combined with Japanese cuisine. If you feel hungry, you should stop by Dr. To's and have the asian ceviche of salmon – it taste like an ocean breeze. More information can be found on my BertaBerlin map of Neukölln.


Weichselstraße 54, 12045 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 163 16 33 122, Station: U7, U8 Hermannplatz, daily 18:00–2:00


Top 5 Asian restaurants in Berlin
Lon-Men’s Noodle House in Berlin Charlottenburg

Lon-Men’s Noodle House



A tiny Taiwanese place with an pen kitchen where busy chefs fry, broll and cock dumplings, soupe, noodles and baos. Ask for the daily special. The last order can be placed at 22:30h. I loved the Gua Bao Taiwan wraps, which are soft buns with beansauce. As entre you can order the traditional noodle soup with beef. Here you can't reserve a table, and have to probably wait a little until you get in, but it is worth it! Sidenote: Bring cash, as they don't except credit cards. More information can be found on my BertaBerlin map of Charlottenburg (can be pre-ordered).


Kantstraße 33, 10625 Berlin (Charlottenburg), +49 30 31 51 96 76, daily 12:00–23:00

Top 5 Asian restaurants in Berlin
893 Ryotei in Berlin Charlottenburg; pic by Paul Hüttemann

893 Ryotei



From the outside you see a building covered in graffiti, but when you walk inside this low-lit restaurant, adorned with marble counter tops and plush interiors blows you away. Their menu stretches across many kitchens, taking you on a long journey from Tokyo to Lima, and back via Mexico City. More information you can find on my upcoming BertaBerlin map from Charlottenburg.


Kantstraße 135, 10625 Berlin
 (Charlottenburg), +49 30 91 70 31 21, Station: S3, S5, S7, S9 Savignyplatz,
Tue–Sat 18:30–23:30



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