The only two-star Michelin restaurant in Berlin

The Regent Berlin’s Fischer’s Fritz Restaurant has been awarded two Michelin stars for the second year running.  Led by  Chef de Cuisine Christian Lohse, one of Germany‘s most prestigious chefs,  Fischer’s Fritz is a haute seafood restaurant featuring French culinary influences and fresh, locally sourced produce. And Lohse is no strange to  top-rated Michelin restaurants having previously worked at Charles Barrier in Tours, the  three-star Guy Savoy in Paris, the  three-star L’Esperance in Vezelay, and The Dorchester in London (where he  was personal chef to the Sultan of Brunei).

Comments (2)

  1. Elizabeth Pi says:

    the germans michelin-star restaurants all have very unfriendly online information for non-german speaking tourists. is there anyway they can improve it?

  2. I have to agree with Elizabeth there. Most German restaurants (or any German establishment for instance) is not very foreign-friendly and very much focused on the German language.
    However, I will definitely try to visit this fabulously posh sounding restaurant to write a nice proper English review on it :) Soon!

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