The 5 best restaurants with a view in Berlin

1) Neni

Excellent Jewish food and a breath-taking view over the Zoo and over Berlin. Neni is rather difficult to find, so if you make a reservation (you should, it’s popular!) ask for directions. You can have a drink first (or a coffee afterwards) in the beautiful Monkeybar on the same floor. Neni also serves a small but very affordable and delicious lunch.

Neni restaurant at Berlin

Budapester Strasse 40, Tiergarten

+49 (0)30 1202 21200

2) Käfer

This is the restaurant on the top floor of the Bundestag. You need to make a reservation at least 24h beforehand and don’t forget to bring your passport or identity card when you go; they will be checked at the door. A fantastic location and good food at a price that’s not even that exaggerated.

Käfer roof top restaurant

3) Solar

A club-lounge and stylish restaurant on the 16th and 17th floor of a high building where once the CIA was stationed. Chef Jon Kremin creates classic Berlin dishes but always adds a twist. The setting is wonderful, and the view is absolutely stunning.

Solar restaurant with view over Berlin

Stresemannstrasse 76, Kreuzberg

+49 (0)163 7652 700

4) Hugos

This classy restaurant and wine bar offers a fantastic view over the city and a number of private dining rooms. There are three fixed menus to choose from (one of them vegetarian), and a fourcourse menu costs around 100 euros. Want to cook like a chef ? Check out the cooking classes on their website.

Hugos restaurant with a view over Berlin

Budapester Strasse 2, Tiergarten

+49 (0)30 26020

5) Hotel de Rome

It doesn’t get more classy and stylish than at the famous Hotel de Rome, with its amazing roof top terrace, which – few people know this – is also open to nonresidents. From there you have a view on the State Opera House, St. Hedwig’s Cathedral, the Berlin Cathedral and the Television Tower, just to name a few.

Roof top with a view at Hotel de Rome


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