After a long day in Berlin it is time to dine… guided by it’s 2 Michelin stars and 19 Points by Gault Millau – We arrive @ Tim Raue’s restaurant with high hopes and very little research of what to expect.
Reception is warm, friendly and here we go..
|First up 2011 Bechtheimer Riesling|
|Finger snacks arrive.. Beautiful dishware!|
|Seaweed Wakame – A special for the princess|
|Finger licking good Lamb|
|and a Delicious pork belly|
|Fresh raw shrimp|
|Imperial Caviar, Japanese Cucumber, Grilled Marrow|
|A table top friend|
|And a wonderful pile of crap on the wall|
|Cauliflower, Black truffle|
|Turbot.. very perfect|
|Partrige, pumpkin and Alba truffle|
|Peking Duck in 3 pieces – 1st the duck|
|2nd – the Fois with pickled cucumber (3rd was a soup)|
|Cured tongue with steak tatare|
|Shoulder steak in beef tea and coriander|
|1st A little bonus desert|
|then Apricot, Passion fruit dessert|
|extra snack for the coffee|
|And some chocolate to finish|
The kitchen of Tim Raue has the same base fusion as We saw Victor’s gourmet restaurant and while really really good, here I think the Michelin is more correct than Gault Millau.
Everything on the plates were delicious very pretty, good taste and texture.. sometimes more french than Asian really worth trying when in Berlin.
- Very desirable dishware
- Berlin can be expensive – to save money go for the lunch menu
- Life is good….