From fine dining to lunching a döner: discover the best restaurants in Neukölln.
Caligari is an autenthic italian restaurant with amazing pasta in the Schiller kirz, close by the Tempelhofer field. The atmosphere is casual, the menu is fresh and the owner helps you find the perfect wine for your dish.
Kienitzer Straße 110, 12049 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 30 52 64 98 41, www.caligariberlin.de, Station: U8 Leinestraße, daily 18:00–23:00
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.
Weichselstraße 54, 12045 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 163 16 33 122, Station: U7, U8 Hermannplatz, M41 bus Fuldastraße, daily from 18:00
The philosophy behind this beautiful restaurant in Neukölln combines the qualities of a modern restaurant with those of a Berlin corner pub. The two young creative Berlin chefs Martin Müller & Kristof Mulack unite modern German cuisine with traditional classics. Everything is designed in such a way that this claim can be implemented in the best possible way. The concept consists of three parts and includes 3 to 5 course menu at the counter and Berlin classics with a familiar atmosphere at the tables. Well, AND it is the most delicious cuisine I was allowed to enjoy for a long time!
Neckarstraße 12, 12053 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 30 39 82 00 01, email@example.com, www.tisk-speisekneipe.de, Station: U7 Rathaus Neukölln, Tue–Sat from 18:00
Grab a Bulgogi BBQ plate at Mmaah and take it away for a picnic at the Tempelhofer Field in Neukölln. If you go to the Mmaah at Kiehlufer, you can picnic on the bridge of the canal (see pic). It is a perfect spot for a lunch break.
Kiehlufer 75, 12059 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 159 01 24 90 82, www.mmaah.de, Station: S41, S42 Sonnenallee, Tue–Fr 12:00–22:00, Sat–Sun 14:00–22:00
The restaurant always has a relaxed atmosphere. Most of the guests live around the corner in Neukölln and stop by because they love the Italian food and, of course, the wine and beer on tap. My favorite red wine is Nero d’Avola. Besides the food the restaurant is really nice to sit down and get a sense of Neukölln, as the audience is a cultural mix of international guests and established Berliners.
Pannierstraße 32, 12047 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 30 62 98 99 11, Station: U8 Schönleinstraße, Mon–Sat from 12:00
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Coda Berlin is my dream come true: a dessert bar in Neukölln Berlin. If you like desserts, this is the place to be! I normally eat dinner to get an dessert afterwards, at this "restaurant" I don’t have to wait ;).
It's not a restaurant, but a unique bar with delicious desserts, so I have to recommend a visit (additionally to my Top 5 restaurants in Neukölln), after dinner or instead!
Friedelstraße 47, 12047 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 30 91 49 63 96, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.coda-berlin.com, Station: U7, U8 Hermannplatz, Tue–Sat 19:00–1:00 (2:00 on Fr & Sat); info three courses 24€, five 39€ and drink pairing is 16€ & 28€