Pastis / Berlin

Rüdesheimer Straße 9 Berlin 14197
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 23:00

Im PASTIS leuchtet die südfranzösische Sonne.

from official Facebook page
# 1576 of 3067 Restaurants in Berlin
average 174 votes
Tips from the Net @ Pastis
Leonardo Hirsch Pontes en
I had a very pleasant evening with my wife there. The staff was friendly, the wine was good and so was the food. The reason it's missing one star though is that the food just wasn't fantastic. Although the both meats we had were indeed delicious, having potato purée as a side with these dishes didn't seem all that inspiring to me. Not with the price tags attached to them anyways. But again, a lovely evening, I might even come back one day. GooglePlace - February 2018
Noheir El Adly en
A small, Cosy , true French restaurant. The owner himself a cook. The staff is friendly. Above average prices, but the guests are happy. You can also just stop for a glass of wine. Not for wheelchairs. GooglePlace - February 2018
Kevin Hu en
Excellent French dining experience in a traditional French kitchen restaurant. The food was excellent and service was genuine and wonderful. The duck breast was phenomenonal and one of the best I've had in a long time. GooglePlace - June 2017
Linda Kuniss en
One of Berlin's best hidden treasures when it comes to authentic food, a warm hearted service and a great feast for all senses. Having a dinner at Pastis is always a great and memorable experience, I can highly recommend this restaurant. Best French cuisine and service in Berlin. GooglePlace - January 2016
foreign bear en
The service was friendly. The food was average, the wine menu unremarkable. We had the marseillaise fish soup: the rouille was nice and garlicky, the cheese was allegedly gruyères (very tasteless gruyères) and the fish soup itself was rather spicy. For main we had the tagliatelle with truffles, which was a huge disappointment, and the veal cheeks. For the tagliatelle, there was no hope of tasting the truffles, the dish was excessively salty, rather dry, undercooked shallots, watercress everywhere and a huge dollop of balsamic vinegar. What a waste of an expensive ingredient! As for the veal cheeks, the dish was hearty and a huge welcome on a cold evening. The meat was tender and well cooked, the sauce was rich and tasty. Worth a try if in the neighborhood, but wouldn't put in the effort to visit again. GooglePlace - November 2015