The MANI Restaurant will be closed on December 14th.
Welcome. Bienvenue. Shalom.
“Efshar Cheshbon, s'il vous plaît? – Could I please have the bill?”
It’s the kind of place where speaking in two languages is natural. After all, Hebrew and French are the languages of the cities that influence MANI Restaurant’s distinctive cuisine: Paris and Tel Aviv. Stylish and sumptuously sophisticated, just like the Parisian capital. Bold and experimental like the Mediterranean melting pot and metropolis in the Middle East. The concept behind MANI Restaurant is a true first on the Berlin restaurant scene, with the MANI culinary team chef serving as Masters of Taste.
Guests eat together, whether indoors in the restaurant itself or outside on the terrace. The atmosphere is best enjoyed with “chuzpeles”. Small portions served as tapas and excellent food for a fantastic group experience. An oriental forkful follows an occidental spoonful, and MANI Restaurant serves its calamari with harissa mayonnaise instead of aioli.
MANI Restaurant was even awarded “Szenerestaurant 2012” in September 2012. Gourmet magazine DER FEINSCHMECKER named MANI Restaurant one of the best restaurants serving international cuisine in Germany: “Top 20 – Germany’s Best International Eateries, 2016”.
In autumn 2017 the Gault Millau has awarded the MANI Restaurant with 14 points.