Restaurant Zur Last Instance in Berlin

If you are looking for a restaurant with history, tradition and regional cuisine, then the Restaurant Zur Toten Instance in Berlin-Mitte is just the thing for you. The oldest restaurant in Berlin has existed since 1621 and has hosted many famous guests such as Napoleon, Beethoven, Loriot and Jack Nicholson.

Here you can indulge yourself in a cozy atmosphere with Berlin classics such as cabbage rolls, grilled knuckles, meatballs or sauces.

There is also fresh Berlin beer on tap or fine brandies from the Prussian Spirits Manufactory.

The restaurant has two dining rooms, a private lounge and a beer garden, all of which are decorated with historical details such as tiled stoves, wooden beams and old paintings.


The menu offers a selection of seasonal and regional ingredients, prepared with a lot of love and care.

Whether you are planning a romantic evening for two, a family celebration or a business lunch, you will feel at home in the Restaurant Zur Last Instance.

The restaurant is open Monday to Saturday from 12:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. and closed on Sundays.

You can reserve a table online or by phone at 030/2425528 or simply drop by.

The restaurant is located at Waisenstrasse 14-16, just a few minutes' walk from the Klosterstrasse subway station.

Visit the Restaurant Zur Last Instance and experience a piece of Berlin history and hospitality.


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