Founded in 1975, the Künstlerhaus is an artistic sanctuary and creative cauldron for emerging artists from around the globe. In 2010 it...
One of Berlin’s best-known works of street art is this monumental stencil-style piece inspired by the US-Soviet space race and created...
Ahoy there! Drop anchor at this nautical kitsch tavern in an old harbour master’s shack and enjoy the arse-kicking jukebox, cold beers...
For some of Berlin’s top Japanese noodles, follow locals to this lantern-lit canal-side chamer. Its hearty soups based on richly...
Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a · interesting places nearby
At his canal-side restaurant, Sebastian Frank’s kitchen talents have earned him two Michelin stars for performing culinary alchemy with Austrian classics, fearlessly combining products, textures and flavours. There is, of course, the classic wine pairing but also a matching non-alcoholic beverage line-up. Despite the fanciful cuisine, the ambience in the elegantly rustic dining room remains relaxed. Nice summer terrace.