When walking along the Paul-Linke-Ufer at the border of Kreuzberg and Neukölln you will quickly notice that this street is brimming with restaurants and cafes. The Tintin might be almost the last one on the block, but for me it is the most appealing one with its minimalistic industrial interior (which by the way was done by the same people who designed the Panoramabar) and modern kitchen.
They menu looks surprisingly short, but considering I would have ordered almost everything except for the seafood dish I would call it effective rather than short. On my first visit I tried two dishes of the day menu which were the veal ragout with risotto and the walnut-potatoe-carotte rolls, as well as the club sandwich from the regular menu. All three dishes were absolutely delicious and I can’t wait to go there again to try out their new creations of their day menu. Some impressions of the food and more details about the restaurant after the jump.
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Open: Mo-So 18-?h
Prices are between 9-15 EUR.
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