Western Re­vival

Where Berlin - - DINING -

In re­cent years, ev­i­dence has been mount­ing that Ber­lin’s stately and per­haps placid west – long con­sid­ered the wall­flower in com­par­i­son to the city's much-hyped cen­ter and trendy east – is ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a re­vival. The latest tri­umph for West Ber­lin fans: the open­ing of Dudu31 in Char­lot­ten­burg. An off­shoot of the much-loved Asian-fu­sion Dudu in Mitte, west-side Dudu31 makes its mark with a menu of cre­ative sushi rolls and fresh, in­ven­tive dishes, deftly meld­ing fla­vors from across the Asian con­ti­nent. All the most pop­u­lar items from the Mitte lo­ca­tion – in­clud­ing the Crunchy Dudu Roll, yel­lowfin tuna and av­o­cado sushi with a coat of crispy tem­pura – have mi­grated west, where the newer lo­ca­tion fea­tures a slick de­signer in­te­rior be­fit­ting the ritzy shop­ping dis­trict of Ku’damm. Since the Char­lot­ten­burg lo­ca­tion is al­ready as pop­u­lar as the Mitte one, reser­va­tions are strongly rec­om­mended. Bleib­treustr. 31. T: 030.57795577. www.dudu31.de

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