Volt – German Cuisine #3

In terms of originality, taste and look the food at Volt has definately been the most impressive in my series of restaurants with German cuisine. Traditional German dishes are served as gourmet variations that will take you by surprise and not only please your tongue but also your eyes. The restaurant itself is quite incredible as well: It’s built into an old transformer station at the Paul-Linke-Ufer in Kreuzberg. The mix of the industrial space with very modern interior gives it a totally unique charme. The details and some impressions of the dishes and the place after the jump.

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interior photos by Florian Lein

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food photos by iHeartBerlin


Paul-Lincke-Ufer 21

10999 Berlin

Tuesday-Saturday 18h-24h

Telephone: +49 30 33 84 023 20

meat dishes 20-35 EUR, vegetarian dishes 16-22 EUR


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