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Kin Dee


Lützowstraße 81, Berlin Schöneberg
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Kin Dee is Berlin’s best Thai restaurant and while each plate looks like a little art project, the $60 four-course menu (with some options) still manages to feel comfortable and casual. The menu is made up of German ingredients in Thai preparations like curries and stir-fries - signature dishes like the octopus krapao (with holy basil, garlic, and chili) and green beef curry are two of our favorite things on the menu.

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