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Brasserie Colette Tim Raue’s French Kitchen in Schöneberg

Thursday, September 20, 2018
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Opening Times

Montag bis Sonntag
Lunch. 12-15 Uhr
Dinner. 18-23 Uhr

Address Brasserie Colette
Passauer Straße 5-7
10789 Berlin-Schöneberg
How to get there
+49 30 21 99 21 74
price level€ € 

With Brasserie Colette, Berlin’s most internationally-renowned chef Tim Raue proves that he’s also got a sweet spot for French cuisine. Contrary to his two-Michelin star restaurant Tim Raue, at Brasserie Colettehe’s making waves with relaxed, feel-good cooking that we can’t get enough of. French home cooking at the highest level!

The interior of Brasserie Coletteis already making a statement. Designed by renowned Berlin-based architect duo Ester Bruzkus and Patrick Batek, countless classic brasserie-style elements define the ambiance, such as wall-to-wall benches, mosaic floors, vintage chair and marble tables.

Especially eye-catching are the historic wall coverings made of old pharmacy cabinets, set up opposite the bar. But also the once-benches out of a French train, where guests are invited to take a seat, have made a lasting impression on us, while conveying French charm and homeliness.

While enjoying a glass of Champagne we decide on the "Moroccan Prawns" and tuna tartar as starters as well as octopus and a club sandwich as mains. The prawns, made with pistachios and cumin-mayo, have us feeling ecstatic. But also the passion fruit-dressed tuna tartar has got us cheering.

Brasserie Colette Tim Raue Clubsandwich
Brasserie Colette Tim Raue Thunfischtatar
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© Nils Hasenau
Brasserie Colette Tim Raue Garnele Marocain
Brasserie Colette Tim Raue Käseauswahl
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© Nils Hasenau

The club sandwich makes an impression not only with its flavours but also visually. The octopus too, wins us over with its tenderness and the delicious dips. A modern interpretation of "Peach Melba" makes it a wrap. À bientot, Brasserie Colette, we will be back!

Tip. Brasserie Colette offers a changing lunch menu every day between 12 and 15h at 18€ for two courses and 24€ for three!

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