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Nobelhart & Schmutzig

Nobelhart & Schmutzig is the fine dining restaurant that pioneered the local, sustainable food movement in Berlin. Everything served comes from within a 125-mile radius, and staff will tell you a story about the farmer who grew your asparagus or will draw you a family tree for the animal on your plate (ok, maybe not). Instead of feeling overdone, it feels special and interesting, so sip your organic wine poured from a German vineyard’s priceless last stock, and just go with it. Everyone sits around a single long table that wraps around the open kitchen, making the atmosphere more relaxed than most fine dining spots.

Marko Seifert

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