Ixthys / Berlin

Pallasstr. 21 Berlin 10781
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 21:30
# 641 of 3067 Restaurants in Berlin
average 1043 votes
Critic Reviews @ Ixthys
Ixthys Two Korean widows run this humble 16-seat eatery, which resides right across from a leafy park with a church--highly appropriate, one soon discover... ... continue unlike
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Szymon Kubiszewski-Jakubiak en
I was told this place was the best Korean in this part of Berlin. I wasn’t disappointed with the food. The choice is rather small but the classics are there. Bulgogi and bibimbap are very good. Vegetarian and fish options available too. The owners are either very Christian or very sarcastic. The entire place is covered with passages from the bible and so is the menu, which is a bit sloppy and hard to read. But don’t let it distract you. Just order the bibimbap and you won’t be disappointed. Barley tea is available (if you are into that kinda stuff) plus other teas and drinks. Would go again. Oh and it’s kinda small so be prepared to wait and if you are a big group it might be tricky to sit together. Better for a party of 2-4 rather than 6 and more. Go there. GooglePlace - February 2018
Юлия Волкова en
The food is just great here!! The place itself is really cosy and unique in a way: walls are covered with texts from Bible (!), the view is nice, stuff is friendly and helpful GooglePlace - January 2018
Cameron Voigt en
This hyper-christian, bible verse and preaching psalm plastered korean food restaurant is good. The food, though lacking traditional side dishes, is delicious, the atmosphere is unique, and the prices are fair. It's not fancy, it's indoor street food. Recommended, but you should probably get it as takeaway unless you like being surrounded by manic christian preaching, which apparently I do. GooglePlace - December 2017
Anca Gabriela Scurtu en
After hearing my friend praising this restaurant so much, I finally decided to visit it. It was very disappointing. I ordered bibimbap with tofu: the food was cold, only after 2-3 minutes it got warmer, tofu was literally smashed (unlike what you get in other restaurants where it's cut in small cubes or sliced), the food tasted like nothing and I could feel only the spices. Plus, they have only 9-10 dishes in the menu. There are way better Asian and Korean restaurants in Berlin. GooglePlace - November 2017
Maksim Kulsha en
One of the best asian cafe in Berlin. It looks like small fast-food cafe, but it's the main idea. The food is spicy and delicious. The chef of the place is peaceful man! GooglePlace - November 2017