For years, a quaint timbered building stood alone in the wasteland where East met West, one of the few structures to have survived the battle for the Reichstag in WWII. Today it enjoys a prime location, between the main train station and the new Ministry of the Interior building, and houses the gourmet restaurant Paris-Moskau. The name Paris-Moskau evokes the 120-year old railway connection between the two cities, with Berlin the "connecting link" between East and West.

History meets modernity in an open, minimalist dining room, where diners enjoy exquisite seasonal menus.

Alt-Moabit 141, Mitte
Open daily from 18:00; lunch Monday to Friday 12-15:00

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