At 10Best, we're always on the lookout for Berlin's best restaurants, and while we appreciate places that have a broad culinary range, we can't help but adore restaurants that specialize in a given cuisine. When we're in the mood for Asian food in Berlin, we head to Ostwind - a reader favorite - or we count on Ho Lin Wah's solid track record and consistently great dishes. You'll find these places - and any of the restaurants on our list - to be fantastic options for Asian cuisine, and if you're looking to concentrate your efforts, start with the vibrant Charlottenburg – Wilmersdorf area.

Tim Raue Berlin is the brainchild of Germany's top celebrity chef of the eponymous name. TR Berlin bears the distinction of being the only Berlin restaurant receiving two Michelin stars – this award is made all the more distinguishing because...  Read More

Steglitz - Zehlendorf

This small and quaint eatery offers fresh sushi, tempura and sashimi. The menu also features traditional entrées. Business casual attire. Reservations recommended. S-BAHN: Feuerbachstrasse or U-BAHN: Walther-Schreiber-Platz

Charlottenburg - Wilmersdorf
Sachiko Sushi

Trendy and very upscale, sushi lovers come here to enjoy the ambience. The decor is chrome and black and the cordial staff serves specialties like eel in salmon skin and shrimp spiced tuna. Without a doubt, Sachiko Sushi is a sure thing when...  Read More

Charlottenburg - Wilmersdorf

With reflecting pools, red lanterns, and a staff in traditional dress, the ambience at this Japanese restaurant is quite relaxing. Although a bit expensive, you know you're getting your money's worth because you can watch an individual chef...  Read More


The traditional miso soup and sashimi make Kuchi good, but it is their innovation that makes it great! With an extreme sushi menu that offers everything from the innovative to traditional, the chef takes this sushi cuisine favorite to the next level. S-BAHN: Savigny Platz

Charlottenburg - Wilmersdorf

Cantonese and Chinese cuisine is served in the interior of this restaurant, which is an old embassy. Specialties include the dim sum, and the restaurant offers a nice selection of appetizers. Casual business attire. Reservations recommended. U-BAHN: Uhlandstrasse


The Chinese Fondue specialty, called \\"Feuertopf\\" in Germany, makes eating here an experience. The menu includes steamed seafood and other meats and vegetables. However, Ostwind also offers more classic and traditional entrées from...  Read More

Mao Thai

This restaurant brings some of the best Thai cuisine to Berlin. The house favorite is the chicken in coconut, and most all entrées come lavishly draped with fruits or flowers for presentation. Business attire and reservations are a must.


A short walk from the East Side Gallery and the Oberbaum bridge is where you'll find Cunô: an all-purpose combination of Vietnamese kitchen, sushi restaurant, café and cocktail bar. During winter the interior is slick yet cozy, and in summer...  Read More

Monsieur Vuong

On any night of the week, this colourful restaurant is packed with locals enjoying the fresh Vietnamese soups and dishes on offer. The service is friendly and helpful, and the vibe of relaxed chatter makes Monsieur Vuong a great place to begin a...  Read More

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