The entrance to this Berlin restaurant does not set the tone for the interior; it is down a back passage from the street, take a left at the refuge bins and up some concrete stairs; not the best start. But I suppose it makes it more edgy.
The menu is vegetarian, and at the time of reviewing featured pumpkin with everything, including pumpkin soup and pumpkin seed salad to start which was delightful but monotonous. There is a limited choice of mains, as the menu is fixed. The wine, however, is superb and the waiters are casually dressed but knowledgeable and attentive. The kitchen space is open-sided which gives the feeling of inclusion in the dining experience. The restaurant is minimal, and features white-washed bare walls reminiscent of a warehouse although definitely not as cavernous. The closely situated tables create a good vibrant atmosphere at busier times, and when the eating is finished, revellers can go downstairs to the club that is open until 6am.