This restaurant was named after Jewish poet, Joseph-Roth-Diele, who was exiled by the Nazis. Out of spite (and for your enjoyment, of course), the walls are covered with bookshelves and books to be enjoyed while having a light meal. The restaurant is small and a local favorite, so you'll want to make sure to make reservations. The restaurant serves a few hot dishes alongside German beer, cakes, and sandwiches.
Open in Google Maps: Joseph-Roth-Diele Funk, Funk, Mentz und Zimmer GbR Potsdamer Str.75 10785 Berlin
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