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$$$$ Price range per person 80 - 140
Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a, Berlin
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The visitors of Horváth can taste various seafood items
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The chef will tempt you with various dishes
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Kottbusser Tor
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Berlin, Germany
569.3 km

Having seen Rockelmann, it's time to have a rest at this restaurant. According to the clients' comments, Austrian dishes here are quite good and the menu is well-organized. Offering good trout, veal and amuse bouches is the hallmark of Horváth. Here you will be offered nicely cooked berliner, ice cream and praline. Degust delicious wine, champagne or white wine. Great juice is a decent choice.

The cosy atmosphere of this place makes visitors feel relaxed and have a nice time. Great benefits of this spot are its fabulous service and the friendly staff. Most people mention that the dishes are offered for democratic prices. In accordance with the guests' opinions, the decor is fine. This two-star Michelin restaurant is to serve you gourmet meals prepared by a well-known chef.

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To sum it up, I'd gladly given 5 stars, had the factor of value for money wasn't so unbalanced.Service was exceptional, 2 of 3 waiters who served us were professional, friendly, helpful and at no moment arrogant, as sometimes happens in places as such (the third guy was fine too, just less of a vivid personality)Setting was pleasant, though I'd advise to prefer a table at the front part. We sat at the back, it was nice too but despite clear efforts the room is lacking of the touch that the front part has.The food itself, fixed 5 or 7 courses with 2 options to add, was unique, and even if we didn't like everything we got (we had 5 courses, but not exactly the same, as one if us doesn't eat everything - which was no problem, they let us take alternative option) every dish was beautifully served, beautifully arranged, well explained. Some more to our liking some less, but you don't come to a restaurant like this hungry, you come here for an experience and a challange, which is supplied.So why not 5 stars? The bill was 300€ = 120€ each for 5 courses, plus 2 bottles water and 3 drinks all in all. We had similar experiences in restaurants in various places, some more expensive than Berlin in general, to our experience (including Michelin stared restaurants) even if the bill would have been 20% less, it would still be one of the most expensive ones, and for that amount, as pleasant as the experience was, we immediately felt the value for money factor was far from balanced.Had it been 20% less, at least, I am sure we'd be back and probably recommend it to friends. For some people it may not be an issue though...
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Horvath is a Hungarian word. The food is no doubt Hungarian influenced and apparently Australian influenced as well. The restaurant is right by a river bank next to some chic clothing stores and other restaurants and cafes. It's gained a second Michelin star this year. The location is Kreuzberg which is the neighborhood where I had purchased a flat in which of course means it's my favorite neighborhood. For dinner, at a modest price of 140 Euro, you get a 8 course meal or 120 which is for 6 course meal. The breads are amazing. My favorite is black pudding bread. My 12 year old loved it until I told him what was in it. The tasting menu changes all the time but the theme seemed to be a seed oil infusion which is super unusual. The hazelnut cream was marvelous and so was the strawberry seed oil. Suffice to say the food is nothing like you'd see in America's Michelin star or the predictable (albeit amazing) French cuisine Michelin found in Japan, America and throughout Europe. Five star for being super unusual. I liked the dining atmosphere. Also for children they can order a la carte so that's good because the kids don't want to sample everything. The dessert is super interesting - also not something you'd find outside of this restaurant. Both savory and sweet. Final touch is the second on the house  dessert with thin film edible paper, Inside is a rich creamy red paste like things. It's made of pigs blood. I loved it and ate for everyone else because pigs blood seemed to scare these Americans. I was so impressed with it though. Definitely not something you'd see elsewhere. The best part about this 2 Michelin is that it's casual. You can come in with t-shirts and sandals. Super duper cool. Highly recommended as you'd be in for a one of a kind treat!
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Kottbusser Tor
Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a, Berlin, Germany
569.3 km
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted No Wi-Fi Booking No delivery Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 18:30-22:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue Closed
WednesdayWed 18:30-22:00
ThursdayThu 18:30-22:00
FridayFri 18:30-22:00
SaturdaySat 18:30-22:00
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