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Jo­lesch

Aus­trian. The din­ing room is el­e­gant yet un­der­stated and this Aus­trian restau­rant di­vides its menu into two sec­tions: “mod­ern” and “clas­sic.” The for­mer means creations like smoked veal tartare with el­der­flower; the lat­ter re­fined ren­di­tions of home-style dishes like Tafel­spitz beef or sch­nitzel. €€. Daily L&D. www. jo­lesch.de. Muskauer Str. 1. T: 030.6123581. U Gör­l­itzer Bahn­hof. G4

Spindler

Ger­man/Euro­pean. Head chef Ni­co­las Gemin, for­merly of Miche­lin-starred Pauly Saal, wows din­ers with up­scale twists on Ger­man-Euro­pean cui­sine: Think cured salmon with beet pick­les and ri­cotta, oc­to­pus and chorizo, or lamb shoul­der with smoth­ered Jerusalem ar­ti­chokes. Also serves break­fast and week­end brunch. €€–€€€. Mon– Fri L, daily D. www.spindler-berlin.net. Paul-Lincke-Ufer 42. T: 030.69598880. U Kot­busser Tor, U Schön­le­in­straße. F4

Spindler & Klatt

Asian-Euro­pean fu­sion. Restau­rant, lounge, and club in one, Spindler & Klatt makes full use of its prime river lo­ca­tion. In the sum­mer, the wa­ter­side ter­race is a mem­o­rable spot to enjoy the menu of Pan-Asian dishes, from fine sushi to siz­zling tuna steaks and dry-aged Ir­ish steaks hot off the grill. Even in colder months, the chic, post-in­dus­trial in­te­rior – built in the 1800s as an army bak­ery – is un­for­get­table too. On Fri­days and Satur­days, the spot trans­forms into a club from 23pm. €€€. Daily D. www.spindlerk­latt.com. Köpenicker Str. 16–17. T: 030 319881860. U Sch­le­sis­ches Tor. G4

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