Pauly Saal / Berlin

Auguststr. 11-13 Berlin 10117
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 15:00

Since opening in February 2012 in the former Jewish Girls' School, Pauly Saal has established itself as a key location for fine dining in Berlin and received its first star in November 2013. The modern kitchen is led by the head chef Arne Anker and emphasizes regional and German produce, in close cooperation with the producers and with a focus on seasonality. Special preparation techniques and seasoning from other countries are also featured. Pauly Saal offers lunch menus with two to four and dinner menus with four to seven courses, including light and vegetarian dishes. At Pauly Saal, guests dine comfortably in the elegant yet intimate atmosphere: The former gymnasium was remodeled and furnished according to the owners' designs. Thus, all materials have been manufactured especially for this project, whether the ceramic tiles from Berlin, the glass for the mirrors and the extraordinary Murano chandeliers, or the chairs covered with dark green fabric. A custom-made carving station in middle of the room and a kitchen which is visible through a glass wall stand for transparency and the collective appreciation of the dishes. In summer, the quiet inner courtyard of the Girls' School attracts visitors to stay and eat in the garden, under a large tree and surrounded by the various brick buildings of the ensemble of the Jewish community.

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pascal picano en
service 😀, exceptional quality of the dishes with succulent taste and a presentation of the dishes which kept my guests taking pictures. a good experience and good memories GooglePlace - December 2017
Lionel Carnot en
Some of the most creative, tasty and good food I have had in a long time. GooglePlace - November 2017
Kohei N en
Cozy stylish bar with good food and service The restaurant seems more famous but there is also a bar right beside and it is a very cozy and comfy bar to have some drinks over a surprisingly good bar food, which are relatively affordable albeit small portion. It was very busy with mixed crowds but rather people their 30s and 40s (not many 20s like in other hipster place of Berlin) GooglePlace - November 2017
John Wall en
As a 2 Michelin Star Restuarant should be!! Set menu where you can have 4 to 7 courses. The dishes are more like art than food. Ranging from an infused beetroot mouse to steak served with eggplant, parsnip and lots of other impeccably presented delights. The room itself is altogether surprising, comfortable and luxurious. The service is delivered by people who clearly love their job, however without an ounce of pretentiousness or stuffiness. Relaxed professional and present Service adds to the wonderful experience. Reserve this place to either impress or celebrate something worthy of a night here. Of course as you would expect an exceptional wine list accompanies the meal with new style and contemporary cocktails. A wonderful experience if you find yourself in Berlin GooglePlace - November 2017
Ciaran Murphy en
Wonderful lunch. Our waiter Micheal was a pure gent. Food was such an adventure in tastes. Loved everything and every minute of our 3hrs there. Truly memorable!! GooglePlace - November 2017