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The usual wide choice of dishes. We shared some starters. Then each had a main course - and ate too much. Becuase it was all very tasty. Friendly waiter & atmosphere. Understandable why they get such good reviews, they have earned the reputation!
we were looking for a good place to eat on a wet and cold german night and i found this restaurant. Greek food was on the menu. met what must have been a regular customer on the way in and i asked if it was...good, he said it was great. he wasnt lying.
we were seved by a beautiful girl called Tammy and she helped us sort out drinks and told us about the menu. we had a mixed mezzi to start with pitta bread which was probably the best bread i have ever tasted. she even brought over extra bread for the table. this was followed by three fanfastic main course meals. then the traditional greek sweet. to top it all off she brought us over three shots free of charge. the three of us were full to overflowing. fantastic service and fantastic food. if i get the chance we will be backMore
Well worth going if you like Greek food which we do. Good service, nice choice of Greek wines. The owner came over for a chat and after the meal desert arrived out of nowhere on the house together with the digestivs.
This restaurant was a short walk from our hotel. As we all enjoy Greek food in the states, seemed like a good choice. The folks who work there are very engaging and pleasant. We had a great octopus salad as well as Greek tomato salads....My husband raved about the lamb dish he had which was cooked in parchment paper, as well as another who had the lamp chops. I would say that probably the meat choices on the menu are better prepared than the two fish dishes we tried. They were prepared ok just a. Little flat with taste. Desserts are good as well as wine selectionsMore
We were heading to another German restaurant (which was busy and quite expensive) and found this restaurant.
The waiters was very attentive and the food was fantastic. Husband had special pork kebab thing and I had the lamb sausages with rosemary potatoes. Very tasty and...reasonably priced. A great restaurant in my opinionMore
We came across Pratirio on our final night in Berlin. It was within walking distance of our hotel and had a reasonably good looking menu selection. We were greeted at the door and shown to a table of our choice. The staff were friendly and...attentive but were not overbearing. We received a complementary bread basket, and ordered two portions of garlic bread starter to share between the four of us. This was perfectly adequate and was more like a bruschetta with the added tomatoes and olives. Very tasty! For mains three of our group ordered the Moussaka. Whilst it does not come with any accompaniments (they could be order separately) it didn't need anything as the portions were verging on the large side. One member of our group ordered a spiced pork skewer and said it was the best pork he had ever eaten. The food was of a good standard and worth a try. Prices were reasonable for the quality of food. The only downside was the fact that it is such a large property with both indoor and outdoor seating, so even with quite a few of the tables occupied (about 10-12 tables occupied whilst we were there) it did feel slightly on the empty side which took away from the atmosphere you would expect with your evening meal in a modern city.More
We are not a quite restaurant lovers, but when we are abroad, we usually prefer visiting restaurants somewhere out and not in the hotels. This time we accidentally came to Pratirio. We took just small dishes, which we shared among ourselves. The servicing was quite...fast and the food was really tasty. We enjoyed the food.More
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Breathe in Berlin’s royal past while walking through the gardens of beautiful Charlottenburg Palace, which lends its name to this well-heeled neighborhood. Here you'll find some of the oldest homes in the city: upper-class apartment buildings with ornate facades and marble-floored foyers line the cobblestone streets. Stroll by sophisticated restaurants, through little parks, or around Lake Lietzensee. Window shop
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