A Scandinavian restaurant in Germany? That's right. Try out this exquisite eatery to channel your inner Norse God.

The only fishy thing you'll find in this restaurant is the food, try it out and tell us what you think.

A country that is always thought of for its excellent fish offering, Berlin's Fisherman's eatery proves the critics wrong.

For a slow food come Michelin starred experience, Hugo's is number one when it comes to creating the perfect fusion.

Bieberau, no there's no Justin, but there is a Michelin star that will have your tastebuds singing.

Haute German cuisine is what's on the menu at this well established eatery. Expect to find all the classics with a side of class.

When you've only got a couple of days in the city, the last thing you want to do is trawl through the books for an easy lunch location. Luckily we have brought you Friedel Richter, you can thank us later.

For a true a taste of Berlin step into Kantine Kohlmann.

Discover new German cuisine while the heat is being fired up in, and out, of the Kitchen.

Nobelhart & Schmutzig is Michelin-starred for many more reasons that one. While the cooking philosophy is clean, the dishes are rustic and flavourful, bordering old-world comfort. Chef Billy Wagner restricts uses no olive oil, lemon, chocolate or pepper, letting the food shine on its own.