Located on Kollwitzplatz, Berlin's trendy gastronomic and nightlife hotspot, Gugelhof shot to fame when German Chancellor Schröder took US ... More
Located on Kollwitzplatz, Berlin's trendy gastronomic and nightlife hotspot, Gugelhof shot to fame when German Chancellor Schröder took US President Clinton out to dinner here. Although it has only been around since the mid 1990's, it is one of the most popular culinary institutions in town. The hot and hearty meals make this a particularly good place to come in the winter, but it is not recommended for calorie-counters. The summer terrace is perfect for a relaxing brunch. The evening menu includes classic dishes from the Swiss-French-German border region. Prices range from EUR3-EUR8 for breakfast to EUR15-EUR30 for a main course.
Located close to the new centre of the government, Paris Moskau is one of the district's few reminders of days
gone by. The small, half timbered building used to serve as a level crossing point on the Paris Moscow ...
The decor is as unspectacular as in most restaurants in the South Korean capital, but most people are much more
interested in the superb Korean food and the other main attraction, karaoke. When the culinary delights have been consumed, ...
Belluno is one of the restaurants in the Kollwitzplatz area where you can eat very late. Since it is often
full, it doesn't make you feel too bad about eating dinner at midnight. You'll get good pizzas and Italian ...