HORVÁTH, the unpretentious Michelin-starred restaurant in Berlin-Kreuzberg, offers rustic, fresh, modern and exciting food. Inspired by Austrian flavours and produce, chef Sebastian Frank’s menu has quickly gained a culinary reputation in Germany’s capital. Authenticity always wins – and this is especially true in Berlin’s eclectic dining culture. Kreuzberg’s offbeat cultural pulse and bohemian atmosphere present the perfect backdrop for this charming restaurant that overlooks a narrow canal. The intensity of HORVÁTH’s aromas, the first-class menu and fine wines set an amiable contrast to the lively and urban ‘Kiez’. The owners have pioneered a creative and post-modern concept of breaking down traditional Austrian flavours.