Hidden away in a remote back alleyway deep within a former concrete warehouse, Cookies Cream restaurant is one of the most difficult-to-find dining venues in the city. With discreet signage and barely any visual clues that you’re even in the right place, walk along a dark, narrow corridor, climb a flight of stairs, and prepare for one of the most stylish dining venues to be revealed within. Decorated in a minimalist industrial style with concrete painted over in broad, haphazard strokes, in conjunction with low ceilings and white decorative tables, chef Michael Kempf offers a sophisticated menu of vegetable-inspired flavours. Having previously worked at Berlin’s Michelin-starred Facil restaurant, Cookie Cream’s refined, seasonal menu is guaranteed to convert even the most die-hard carnivores with its signature vegetarian flavours. Try, for example, the Parmesan dumplings with cilantro carrots and Amalfi lemon sauce, or the pumpkin-lime soup with chutney. Diners will also automatically gain entry into the ultra-cool Cookies nightclub downstairs, one of the city’s most exclusive late-night party spots. This is one of our favourite dining experiences in Berlin, not to be missed.