Mouth watering. When my mom and I came here, we didn't even want to visit other restaurants in Berlin. We spent almost a full week in Berlin and we went to KaDeWe just about every day. I had the best currywurst in the lower food court area. Any of the other currywurst stands around Berlin couldn't live up to that delicious meal.
The upper food court is huge and incredibly busy during meal time. We could barely find a place to sit. I prefer getting food on the lower level just because it's easier to find a place to sit.
You can find amazing food and wines here that you can take with you or consume at your hotel.
I'm pretty sure every tourist should and will stop in here. Don't worry about being a tourist. Just make sure to leave your fanny pack in the hotel! ;)
My favorite place in Berlin to stock up on American grocery products. It is always crowded with tourists but this never deters me from my mission: Baking soda, Pop Tarts and Toll House Chocolate Chips. (Funny the things you crave when abroad).
The Gourmetetage is also the place to find excellent breads, meats, produce and confections from around the world.
Worth the trip!
Absolutely epic food court. If you're a foodie it's worth a visit. I heard that it is the second biggest food court in a department store in the world?
Completely gourmet food. I want to buy it all. Just go...!
Words really fail when you try to describe this space in the legendary KaDeWe department store.
Every visit threatens to empty my wallet and fill my belly with luxurious food and drink - and so I visit sparingly. The chocolate departments alone are simply dangerous... Luckily, the menus are all in German, reducing my ability to spend money there.
I could have spent an entire day oohing and awing over all of the gourmet delights here. Meats, cheeses, bakery items, candies . . . I'm getting misty thinking about it . . .
The food court in the wintergarten is truly amazing. Such a wealth of selection in deli goods, seafood, cheeses, and pastry, among other things. The oyster bar is fantastic with a great wine list. Lenotre also has great bread and pastry. For Americans, a good analogy to this place would be Eataly in New York.
Put simply, I have never been to a department store that brought me such joy. You may feel as though you've died and gone to culinary heaven just by walking through the food section. I would spend the kind of time here that people recommend for the great museums of the world if I had a chance.
When a place impresses you just by its food court, you know it's going to be a good time. The currywurst (and the beer, of course) I had were delicious. The wintergarten in particular is quite a sight. As it attracts something like 40,000 people a day, it is of course busy, and hard to find a spot to sit sometimes, but it's definitely worth the trip - it should be a required stop for any tourist to Berlin.
Delicious Bouillabaisse! Price is decent according to the quality of food. There are different options,you can order bouillon de bouillabaisse with fish inside around 8 euros, bouillabaisse Kadewe for 1 person was 18.50 and it came with extra fish&seafood plate,or you can get fancy and have Bouillabaisse exklusive for around 35. All options are served with crispy baguette with 2 different spreads on it.Wine is good,but quite pricey,around 8.80 for 0.2glass. Totally recomended if you feel like forget daily worries and have real culinary experience :-)
One of the most incredible and elegant foods court in Germany. The entire floor is devoted to restaurants and places selling every kind of food, bread and pastry. We had trouble finding a place to sit at Zum Fischkutter. Sensational fish and seafood. Great atmosphere and friendly service. Expensive but delicious. I had baked Prawns done Provencal in style. Baked in a casserole with herbs, tomatoes and a beautifully browned bechamel on top. Cooked perfectly, rich and wonderful. My partner had a small whole Turbot. Also delicious if a bit messy..he had to filet it off the bone. Came with a salad. Great bread. Fantastic glass of Chablis. 67.30 euros Expensive but worth it.
The place in Berlin to eat, browse and find that hard-to-find ingredient that has been missing in your cooking. Pricey but definitely worth it. Love the Lenotre bakery.
sensory overload at KaDeWe.. everything you could ever think of eating is one single & place seafood selection is top notch.. and dont forget a visit the French pâtisserie for dessert.
was very fun to check out, though the food cafeteria on the top floor wasn't really worth the price. check out the other eating options inside
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