Wasserwerk invites you to an exclusive and unique dining experience. The restaurant is the remake of a 19th century technical museum – check out ... More
Wasserwerk invites you to an exclusive and unique dining experience. The restaurant is the remake of a 19th century technical museum – check out the main dining area crowded with all types of water pipes, pumps, engines and wheels. Tables and chairs are randomly placed in the middle of all the 'water' equipment, and German speaking waiters expertly find their way through all the 'chaos'. Wasserwerk accommodates around 350 people at a time, so don't bother about reserving a table. It also has a large, 5400 square-feet garden that hosts private parties and receptions.
Half sitting, half lying on the Egyptian carpets, enjoying delicate Oriental dishes and sipping the exquisite wine from the Nile
delta that's the life! The belly dancer performs the dance of the seven veils, the drums beat faster and ...
The small but attractive Teufelssee lies in the heart of leafy Grunewald forest, surrounded by miles of natural woodland. The
water is clear and perfect for swimming (but no life guard!), and the lush lawns are wonderful for sunbathing. ...
Berlin is a landlocked city, over 150 miles from the sea. But Roter Sand serves up the freshest fish imaginable,
thanks to modern means of transportation and the restaurant's own lobster pool. The restaurant offers all conceivable types of ...