The Stuttgarter Platz, in short Stutti, is located in the middle of Charlottenburg and is a nice piece of earth. The world is still fine here. Children play in the playground, the terraces of the restaurants and cafés are well frequented and most of the houses are Berlin dreams of old buildings. The restaurants have been right on the square for decades, but there is also a lot to discover in the surrounding streets. Here are our 11 tips for Stuttgarter Platz.
Dinner like in Paris in the Brasserie Lamazère
At the Stuttgarter Platz in Charlottenburg, the Brasserie Lamazère is like eating in Paris. Owner Régis Lamazère wanted a real French restaurant with unadulterated traditional dishes and a good wine list, that was his dream. Only the best ingredients are used here and attention is paid to detail, especially when it comes to the supposed little things. The decor is calm and “simple and traditional”, as the boss wanted it to be. The 3-course menu is available for 38 euros and you should definitely have the rice pudding with salted caramel for dessert.
Have breakfast and cake at Doppio Pazzo
Right around the corner from Stuttgarter Platz, the Doppio Pazzo tempts you with delicious coffee, cake and a small but fine breakfast menu. The café is owned by two sisters and they make sure that every guest feels right at home. Rather untypical for Charlottenburg cafés, there are also many sweet vegan options, gluten-free bread and cakes. During the week you can have breakfast here until 2 p.m. or fortify yourself with the “Vitaminen Heroes” for the walk to Charlottenburg Palace. Make sure to leave space for cake, it’s homemade and really tasty.
Fine drinks in the Galander Charlottenburg
In the Galander , mixing fine drinks is elevated to an art. Both classics and unusual cocktail creations are conjured up here using only the best spirits. And if you don’t know what to choose, you can always take advantage of personal, highly competent cocktail advice from the friendly Galander team – enjoyment without regrets guaranteed!
South Tyrolean flair in the AltoAdige in Charlottenburg
The concept of the AltoAdige is not yet known in Berlin: In the day bar (!) Everything revolves around South Tyrol, Italian flair and a cultivated drinking culture. Not only do a good selection of wines and the best cheese give you that little holiday feeling, every Friday evening everything is dedicated to the aperitivo. You can help yourself to the alcoholic drink at the delicious buffet and start the weekend perfectly.
Feast and buy Italian delicacies in the Salumera da Pino
The Salumera da Pino is a gourmet paradise when it comes to Italian cheese, sausage, pastries and Co. The store on Stuttgarter Platz is Berlin’s first delicatessen and opened in 1985. Since then, neighbors, Berliners and native Italians have been coming here, shopping for home, indulging in an antipasti or pasta plate for lunch or making a cozy aperitivo. Those who are thirsty can choose between almost 2000 wines.
Eating homemade organic pasta at the brother heart
In their Bruderherz restaurant , the two brothers Tomasz and Michal Sokolowski have made it their business to serve “timeless Italian cuisine”. One brother takes care of the guests while the other cooks. Among other things, Tomasz learned in the Black Raven and on his travels through Sicily. The menu includes classics such as carpaccio and spaghetti with black truffle and parmesan, but also more unusual creations such as grilled octopus with chickpea puree and avocado and spaghetti with king prawns, sugar snap peas and vanilla.
For an aperitivo in the Insonne Bar at the Stutti
In this café, which turns into a bar in the evening, you can soak up the infamous “dolce vita” lifestyle. Whether a coffee, the wine or the cornetti, everything here comes from Italy. And if you want to celebrate bigger and longer, the Insonne team will also organize your party. Well then “cin cin”!
Ice cream, frozen yoghurt & waffles snack in Moono Frozen Yoghurt and Bubble Tea
A vacation in LA inspired Dandan Wu to open her first frozen yoghurt shop Yobarca in Berlin-Friedrichshain in 2010 . Two more stores followed in Charlottenburg and Steglitz. From Yobarca was Moono and in the shops you get in addition to delicious frozen yoghurt in its recipe and homemade ice cream, bubble tea and waffles. We like to eat FrYo here with hazelnut cream, brownies, raspberries and brittle.
Sicilian cuisine in Focaccino – Sicilia in Bocca
At the Stutti you can escape to Sicily for an evening with dinner in the focaccino . At the Italian restaurant with white and red furnishings, you can get Sicilian specialties such as pasta carbonara with Sicilian salciccia, breaded veal schnitzel alla Siciliana and cannoli. There is even gluten-free pasta. There used in Focaccino , as the name suggests, primarily focaccia.
Down-to-earth, tasty burgers at Windburger
At Windburger in Charlottenburg you can get delicious burgers in different sizes. The bread rolls are homemade, the patties are made from fresh beef and next to the burger there is a selection of fries. Those who are not red meat can choose between three chicken burgers and vegetarians and vegans also have three burgers to choose from, for example with halloumi or tofu.
Mini pizza on hand at Alano Pizza
If you walk along the Stutti, you will see at least two people with Alano’s mini-pizza in their hands. Many people get the pizza with salami, mushrooms and peppers for 1.50 euros and go to the playground with their kids, others spend their lunch break in front of the little house and still others grab something for the way home. One thing is certain: there is always something going on at Alano Pizza and the mini pizza has tasted good for years. For those who like it spicy: There are three different hot chilli sauces and oil with garlic.