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Sage Restaurant, Berlin

Köpenicker Str. 18-20, 10997 Berlin, Germany, Germany
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5 Star Rating
9 August 2017Sage RestaurantTags: Berlin, Germany, Italian reviewsThe Bill: £87 per head
 

Sage restaurant can be found located in an old warehouse style building in Berlin. This is a restaurant that means serious business and has been intricately designed down to the very last detail. The restaurant boasts some intriguing art installations, including a muscle car perched on top of several sea containers, a collection of Rolls Royces and a stretched Mercedes limousine. Upon arrival, we mused as to whether the restaurant was run by the mafia, or if it was actually just a place for the cool kids of Berlin; we hoped for the latter.

Upon entering the restaurant, we were warmly greeted and soon seated in their more casual exposed brick restaurant, where their DJ was set up to drop some beats. The atmosphere was fun and the place was full, however this did not impact on the service, which was prompt and friendly. To begin our evening we chose to settle in with two glasses of the Geldermann Rosé Champagne.

For our starters, we both ordered the Caesar salad with my partner choosing the corn fed chicken option, and I, the sautéed tiger prawns. Both salads came complete with cracked black pepper and fresh saved parmesan. Although a relatively simple choice, this dish was executed perfectly and the creaminess of the dressing paired with the nutty cheese made for a fantastic pairing.

For our main courses, we also both opted for steak. I went for the 250g Australian Black Angus rib eye steak, and my partner opted for the 220g Tenderloin steak. Both steaks came served with the most delicious dauphinoise potatoes and a selection of fresh grilled vegetables. The meat was perfectly cooked.

“The ingredients used throughout were impeccably fresh and full of flavour.”

We simply couldn’t resist sampling dessert, so decided to share the crème brulée which was served with Tahiti vanilla. We were certainly not disappointed, and this decadent creamy dessert completed our meal wonderfully. The food here really doesn't disappoint and we enjoyed every choice we experienced. The ingredients used throughout were impeccably fresh and full of flavour.

During our evening, we also managed to sample a few cocktails. First off, I went for the Gimlet - a blend of Tanqueray gin, lime juice and fr. Limettensaft vodka - which was extremely moreish. A Cosmopolitan - mixed with a home infused lemongrass vodka, triple sec, fr. Limettensaft vodka and cranberry nectar with an orange twist. And finally, a Singapore Sling, which consisted of Bombay Sapphire gin with cherry brandy, triple sec, Benedictine, Angostura bitters, fr. Limettensaft vodka and soda. It was one of the best Singapore Slings I’ve had the pleasure to sip.

My partner opted for the Pink Mojito Royal, which was a wonderful Champagne cocktail, as well as an Old Fashioned – consisting of bourbon whiskey, sugar and orange zest – and finally a Rusty Nail, which saw scotch blended with honiglikör. All three were expertly crafted and delicious to taste. We were flattered to be complimented on our choice of cocktails by the waiting staff.R32;

To complete our evening we enjoyed our final drink of Disaronno at what they call Sage Beach, which is actually a huge area full of sand, deckchairs and loud music - not forgetting the huge pirate ship. This was a great way to end the evening. If you're in Berlin then Sage should almost certainly be a destination for you to consider.

 
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