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
Tips from the Net @ Ixthys
Roman Hans en
Enjoy or ignore the Bible theme here -- walls covered with handwritten banners, pages of stories in the menu -- but enjoy an excellent Korean meal. Bibimbap literally cooks at your table in a superheated stone bowl. If you want a hot, spicy, under $10 meal, this is the neighborhood's best. GooglePlace - October 2017
Sonakshi Arora en
Visited yesterday, it was quite crowded. You should pre order your food and then wait/get a beer while you wait. it's a cosy place with 2 people in the kitchen, extremely nice. I ordered the beef bibimbap with red chilli paste (see picture). Super tasty! For less than €10, you can fill yourself up to the brim. The hand painted pages from the Bible on the walls was an interesting piece of decoration. GooglePlace - September 2017
Won Pyo Hong en
I've visited there a first week of September for traveling with my wife and the waiter ( probably co-founder as I believe ) seemed extremely kind and the food was also delicious as well. I would like to recommend this restaurant to as many people as possible who is traveling to Berlin. ( You need to check the bus time if you want to visit there little late) GooglePlace - September 2017
Leïla Boutaam en
Homemade crazy Christian decoration everywhere in this familial a restaurant held by two women. Most of all the best bimbimbap in town for approx 8 euros! Generally quite full, just wait on the side. GooglePlace - July 2017
The Coconutters en
Good, healthy and spicy. Freshly prepared, fast service. Choice is a bit limited but you will definitely find your choice. Nice atmosphere. A bit pricey compared to other local restaurants. Best Kimchy in town! GooglePlace - May 2017