While Nobelhart & Schmutzig established the sustainable food movement in Berlin, Otto is the newer spot that everyone is really excited about. There are just a few dishes to try - as well as a predominantly natural wine list - but ingredients like trout, wild herbs, and leafy greens come from the nearby forest area of Brandenburg, with things like pickled veggies and mangalitsa ham made in-house. The restaurant has just 19 seats crammed close together and it’s only open Friday through Monday, so book a table in advance.
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Nobelhart & Schmutzig
Nobelhart & Schmutzig is the fine dining restaurant that pioneered the local, sustainable food movement in Berlin - and it’s still worth a visit.
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