In the middle of Berlin's lively Kreuzberg district, surrounded by bars and cafés, Horvath is the number one address for individual and unconventional gourmet cuisine. On balmy summer evenings, diners can savour the atmosphere on the vine-clad terrace. Inside the restaurant, wood-panelled walls create a warm and welcoming atmosphere all year round.
If the interior reminds you of Viennese coffee shops, this is not entirely surprising. Austrian-born Head Chef Sebastian Frank serves his very own distinctive take on his country's traditional cuisine, placing the emphasis on vegetables and blurring the distinction between main course and side dishes. To complete the effect, the menu is complemented with selected wines as well as alcohol-free creations based on tea extracts, home-made vegetable juices, premium oils and reductions.