Berlin: a world city of distinction.


Katz Orange – It’s tucked in what looks like a residential neighbourhood. It’s very eclectic and unassuming. Easy, simple menu.

Glass  -  Very very unassuming decor may not be everyone’s cup of tea,

Pauly Saal - In a converted Jewish Girls school. Michelin starred restaurant. 

Places I want to visit: Shiori , ReinstoffTim Raue , Nobelhart & Schmutzig

Sommer 1945 



Beckett’s Kopf – Yes as in the writer. Great for cocktail connoisseurs. 

Lang Bar – Yes as in the filmmaker. This is very quiet/discrete, and often empty.

Cordobar – An amazing Austrian wine bar

Rutz Weinbar– Enthusiatic sommelier

Green Door - Kitschy in the best way possible. 


Whether you're interested in nightlife, derelict buildings, day trip to Potsdam, or a simple wander through independent retailers, I would love to lead you through my favourite bits of Berlin and discover more.

Just include some interests in your initial message and I can whip up a full itinerary.  


Waldorf Astoria, Ritz Carlton, AirBnb are of course classics and "go to’s". If you’re looking for something slightly out of the ordinary I’d say...

Das Stue – great views, nice bathtubs, amazing breakfast service . Near Tiergarten so we can do a naughty city walk if you're up for it. 

Hotel Am Steinplatz -  Good location and a fun cocktail selection downstairs.

Louisa's Place - On the Ku'Damm.