Where to eat in Berlin between Christmas and New Year’s Eve

In case you’re still hungry after Weihnachtszeit, here is our selection of tasty Berlin restaurants open during the festive season. Treat yourself!

Acht und Dreissig

German classics, modern twists, Acht & Dreissig makes a statement about German cuisine. Using seasonal, fresh ingredients such as Chanterelle Mushrooms and meat from Brandenburg, the cuisine of Chef Stefan Schaarschmidt is your perfect break from Germany’s traditional Christmas dish, Grünkohl.

© Acht und Dreissig

When to go 
Open* during the holiday season : Mo-Fr 12:00–23:00, Sa 17:00–23:00, closed on sundays
Closed on December 24th , Special timing on December 25 : 17:00 to 23:00

Oranienburger Straße 38, 10117 Berlin 
030 374 650 31

Koshary Lux

Stuck in cold Germany while everyone is traveling during the holiday season? Pay yourself a visit to the streets and souks of Cairo, Marrakesh, Algeria or Beirut — with Koshary Lux. All their produce is sourced from organic producers, including the meat that comes from organically reared animals. Using high-quality & fresh ingredients, self-made spice blends and fresh herbs — the lunches from KLX are an absolute treat. See yourself drooling!

© Koshary Lux

When to go 
Open* during the holiday season : Mo-Th 12:00–15:00 & 18:00–21:00, Fr-Sa 12:00–22:00, closed on sundays.
*Closed from December 24th to 26th and on January 1st. Open on December 31st 12:00–18:00

Grolmanstraße 27, 10623 Berlin 
030 814 061 90

Le Bon

With the first bite, we went “Oh-My-God”. And the OMGs kept coming with each bite until we licked the brunch plate clean. Introducing Le Bon — a must visit Brunch hotspot in Neukölln. The dishes are made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, and prepared using healthy slow-cook techniques. Go ahead and pamper your taste buds, and rush to Le Bon for your next holiday brunch!

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When to go 
Closed from December 23th to 27th.
Open from December 28th with weekend brunch menu during the day and regular dinner menu and cocktails at night. 
Opening hours : Tue-Sat 9.30–23.30, Sun 09.30–16.00, closed on mondays.
New Year’s Eve 5 course menu on December 31st from 7.00–23.00, still a few spots available — be quick!

Boppstraße 1, 10967 Berlin 
030 634 207 94

Cơm Á

Co’m Á Sushi and Asia Grill lies at the heart of Kotti’s vibrant food scene. 
Rice is central to Asian cuisine, so much so that “Have you eaten rice today?”, is a common greeting in South East Asian countries. The store is aptly named “Com”, Vietnamese for Rice, and a symbol of well being. The dishes are oh-so-delicious, made fresh, using high quality ingredients. There isn’t any glutamate, and the health and taste are like another Christmas present to you!

When to go 
Open* during the holiday season : Mo-Fr 12.00–23.00 
*Closed from December 24th to 26th and January 1st. Opened on December 31st 12:00–18:00

Oranienstr 191, 10999 Berlin 
030 915 126 59

Sam Yuk Gu

Our search for the most authentic Korean flavors in Berlin ended in Wedding, at Sam Yuk Gu — a new hotspot on the city’s culinary map. The name literally means “3–6–9”, taken from a traditional Korean drinking game… which might give you ideas for your New Year’s Eve party.

© Sam Yuk Gu

When to go 
Open* during the holiday season : Tue-Fri 16.00–22.30. Closed on Mondays.
*Closed on December 24th and 25th and January 1st.

Seestraße 71, 13347 Berlin 
030 915 126 59

And if you want to extend the festiveness to your office in January, Smunch is bringing all those restaurants to your desk for lunch! Visit smunch.co to organise your trial :-)

Wishing you a very gourmet festive season!

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