An In­ter­ga­lac­tic Culi­nary Ad­ven­ture

Where Berlin - - DINING -

Ber­lin’s love af­fair with Asian fu­sion cui­sine con­tin­ues un­abated, and Mitte’s Roy & Pris is one of the lat­est ad­di­tions to this culi­nary scene. Just a stone’s throw from busy Rosen­thaler Platz lies this sleek, chic, ul­tra-fu­tur­is­tic-look­ing eatery – named af­ter char­ac­ters from dystopian sci-fi film Blade Run­ner – with a menu as col­or­ful in fla­vors and in­gre­di­ents as the pink-hued lights on the walls and rain­bow lasers on the ceil­ing. The menu takes in­spi­ra­tion from co- owner Guan­feng Guan’s na­tive China and ties in a wide va­ri­ety of mod­ern culi­nary in­flu­ences, re­sult­ing in fla­vor-filled dishes like oc­to­pus salad with tangy rhubarb, fin­ger-lick­ing- good sticky veal ribs, crispy five-spiced quail nuggets, and fresh scal­lops steamed with Guangzhou-style sea­son­ings. It’s a suc­cess­ful for­mula Ber­lin food­ies know well from Guan’s other gas­tro­nomic ven­tures, in­clud­ing Kreuzberg’s Long March Can­teen and Yum­cha He­roes, next-door-neigh­bor to Roy & Pris and pur­veyor of trendy dim-sum-style dumplings. Wein­bergsweg 8a. T: 017622018245. www.royand­pris.de

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