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Hugo's, Berlin

Hotel InterContinental Berlin
2 Budapester Strasse
Germany 10787
Tel: 49 30 2602 1263's insider take:

A glassed-in sliver of a dining room on the InterContinental's 14th floor, Hugo's looks out over some dramatic architecture—including the Brandenburg Gate and the illuminated-at-night Victory Column. If you're lucky enough to snag one of the coveted 42 seats, you'll find the view of your dinner plate equally compelling. Thomas Kammeier's French-Mediterranean cuisine—especially his delicate seafood preparations—have been dazzling diners since he took over the kitchen in the late 1990s. Kammeier drizzles crayfish with a cucumber-wasabi vinaigrette; he pairs crisp-fried sea bass with carrots in an orange-coffee broth, and serves monkfish with ratatouille cream and artichokes. Sample some vintages from the extensive wine list along with the view; at this place, nearly every table is next to or within clear sight of a window.

Closed Sundays.

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