Muse Berlin

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We kept hearing from those in the know that Berlin was bursting with creativity, not just interiors and art but the food scene was becoming a huge deal. Not just the dishes themselves but the creative uses of space, great interiors and thoughtful design. We saw many a coffee shop covered in art, graffiti and murals, and as well as serving an array of coffees, there were unusual vegetarian and vegan cakes and snacks also on offer.

Muse was suggested to us via Instagram and I’m so glad we made it. It was an effortlessly cool place, the owners started out as Supper Club hosts but due to huge demand for their exclusive home cooked dinners they ended up opening this restaurant. They still run a Supper Club at the restaurant, which you can find out the details by signing up to their mailing list.

You can check out the full menu here but the deconstructed burgers came highly recommended and we weren’t disappointed, served on a piping hot skillet with all the components to stack your own burger laid out individually. Once put together it was actually huge and I had to take it apart again to eat it! We also ordered a side of the pulled pork with apple and bbq sauce, which was delicious and if you are having a burger you need fries, which came piled generously high.

The service we received was delightful, warm and friendly. Dinner for two with wine was around 50 Euro. I’d have probably eaten there again if we’d stayed longer than two days!

Berlin Review Catherine Frawley

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Immanuelkirchstrasse 31
10405 Berlin

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