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Tim Raue Berlin No 37 on The World's 50 Best Restaurants 2018

I'd love to eat my way through all 50 of The World's Best Restaurants but I'm happy I had the chance to try Tim Raue.  I chose it for the vegetarian menu, reputation and location.  We loved every minute of it.

It was a deadly hot day in Berlin and the cold clothes were a welcome way to refresh and settle in.

The room was cool and comfortable and the service had that amazing balance of friendly, relaxed perfection that so many restaurants try to achieve and so few succeed.


They even have their own brewery, so David was happy with the beer.

The meal started with some spiced nuts, pickles and pok choy leaves.  My favourite was the pok choy.  It's hard to believe a couple of leaves with a dab of sauce and some oil could be so delicious.

A little dish of Kim Chi was David's favourite snack.


This pomelo wrapped in coconut had lots of textures and flavours.  The red onion was crispy but not deep fried.
Those look like tomatoes but they are really a kind of tomato jam shap…

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