If you’re feeling rowdy try the ‘The Drunk Ghetto’, a ‘Ghetto burger’ with onions and a shot of Absolut Vodka.
The Bird’s inspiration is the attitude and style of the city of New York, paying tribute to the city’s no fuss mentality with an ‘angry hour’ instead of a happy hour in which beers are two for one.
The signature dish is the burger, which offers 250 grams of premium German beef and the unique touch of an English muffin instead of a bun.
So expect organic, seasonal vegetables, meat from grass-fed, pastured livestock or wild game and wild-caught fish, all served in simple but delicious ways.
Highlights of the Sauvage menu include roasted bone marrow with brassica salad and pan-fried red mullet fillet with cauliflower suede puree and a fermented seaweed shitaki This understated gem is one of Prenzlauer Berg’s most rewarding dining experiences, particularly for wine lovers.
Weinerei is primarily a wine bar, and the food is of the café variety, but is excellent, the kaffee und kuchen comes highly recommended.
, Restaurant Pasternak is all about serving high quality Russian and Jewish cuisine in a setting worthy of that food.It not only features classical French dishes cooked to perfection, but has an extensive wine list which collects the best of France’s many exemplary vintages.We suggest leaving your choices up to the Chef, as he will know what’s seasonal.If you want to experience a slice of Americana in Berlin, this is where to go.The Bird specialises in the sort of meat feasts and immense helpings that America is famous for.The current Suggestion du Chef features Escargots in herb butter and leaf salad and Mangalitza pork neck with grenaille potatoes baked on a ‘Café de Paris’ butter and vegetable salad.