Restaurant Im Paul Löbe Haus / Berlin

Spreeufer Berlin 11011
+49 30 2270
Opening Hours
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 18:00 - 00:00
# 2719 of 3067 Restaurants in Berlin
average 49 votes
Tips from the Net @ Restaurant im Paul-Löbe-Haus
Bidoufull en
We had a delightful meal here a couple of weeks ago. The food was creative and tasty (with the corn porridge as my highlight) and the best part of our experience was that when we had a special request, our host of the night did not hesitate to go out of his way to fulfill our wishes. Highly recommended! GooglePlace - February 2018
Maxime Taupin en
Excellent experience. Very innovative and good veggie food. The experience starts by finding the entrance then you five senses will be delighted by this unique moment. GooglePlace - January 2018
Riana Pfefferkorn en
Came here to go to the bar (with excellent cocktails and funky decor) and wound up eating dinner instead. Chic industrial space, good art, delicious drinks, and the food was amazing. 3 courses I picked: quail egg in brioche, celery main (sliced razor-thin - hard to describe but more filling than it sounds), and a very rich chocolate cookie topped with raspberry cream for dessert (I think I may have cried a little when I had the first bite). Best meal I've had since Atelier Crenn, and at 44 euros for 3-course prix fixe or 55 for 4 (and optional 30-euro wine pairing), it won't break the bank. Great deal for a Michelin-starred restaurant. GooglePlace - December 2017
Ian Timm en
Fabulous vegetarian restaurant fitted out in a kind of modern industrial style, and hidden away behind a loading bay. Just getting there is an interesting experience. The taxi driver sort of knew where it was, and we were led through the kitchen of a neighbouring restaurant to get there. The food was absolutely superb. Do not be put off by the vegetarian-only menu. Of course this quality and style is expensive, so don't forget your credit card. GooglePlace - November 2017
Murray Ross en
Love this place. The fact that its vegetarian means I wouldn't normally make a point of going, but you never missed the meat. Its purposely hard to find being a former Techno Club, but turn right into the car park behind the Westin Grand Hotel and keep walking through the car park and alleyway until you see the chandelier hanging from the roof. Once you're in there is a small, dark bar which you pass through. The restaurant its self is upstairs and is very white and industrial. Service was relaxed but very much on point. A great experience and one I would highly recommend. GooglePlace - November 2017