Restaurants & Bars at Hotel Adlon Kempinski
Berlin is a great place for dining out. In the city’s dining establishments, old and new traditions from both the East and the West come together. To get an idea of how different haute cuisine can taste, you do not have to roam about Berlin. At Hotel Adlon Kempinski, you can embark on a journey of endless culinary possibilities.
Sra Bua by Tim Raue: Crafted to astonish your senses with distinct Asian flavours and spices, Tim Raue’s culinary concept at Sra Bua proves that there is no end in sight when it comes to compiling innovative and creative modern dishes and diverse Asian cuisine. Whether it is spicy, grilled food, raw, marinated dishes sashimi-style, energising, fresh salads and steamed fish or intensely flavoured curries, the Sra Bua team will fit the vast Asian taste line-up onto one table for you.
Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer: This two Michelin-starred fine dining temple is the culinary atelier of Hendrik Otto, the Cook of the Year 2013. According to their motto “tradition eats modern”, Otto and his team perform magic that leaves no gustative nerve asleep. If you seek truly European-inspired cuisine, a simple table reservation at the Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer will turn into a dining experience that lasts.
Restaurant Quarré: The best place for authentic regional cuisine with local specialities, such as the classic “Berliner Currywurst” is called Restaurant Quarré. Offering Sunday brunch and business lunches on weekdays, Restaurant Quarré is a true all-rounder for every occasion. With its number one corner spot on Pariser Platz, the window walls reveal a magnificent view of Berlin’s landmark the Brandenburg Gate and the famous Unter den Linden Boulevard.
Lobby Lounge Bar: Experience Berlin’s living room. Sit in one of the cosy armchairs and observe the entertaining yet calming scenery while listening to the gentle sounds of the piano player. Enjoy a piece of homemade cake and pastries as accompaniment to our famous afternoon tea or take a sip of your cocktail prepared by Bartender Franz Höckner who spreads the lobby bar spirit as if he opened the place himself back in 1907.
More taste-bud tantalising experiences are waiting for you at le petit Felix, or if your mood is set on clubbing, the place to go is Felix Club Restaurant, one of Berlin’s hot spots.