Berlin has a lot of fine-dining restaurants these days, but not many have won a coveted Michelin star, and even fewer have two: Of those with two (there are no three-star venues here yet), Reinstoff is one of the most memorable. Tucked away in a courtyard that once hosted an Edison factory, the restaurant has an unabashedly stylish industrial-chic interior that contrasts with surprisingly warm, relaxed service. You choose from a couple of multicourse menus: Ganz Nah
(Nearby) utilizes ingredients such as Angus beef and Jerusalem artichokes from around Germany
, and Weiter Draussen
(Far Away) draws on more exotic ingredients such as caviar, quail, and lobster. Whichever you opt for, chef Daniel Achilles provides serious culinary fireworks.