Berlü sounds neither French nor Spanish, however that’s how the restaurant presents itself: a mix of French and Spanish cuisine. Berlü is actually the contraction of Bernard – at the service – and Luis – in the kitchen.
French-Spanish indeed it is, when the entrecôte (25,9€) is served with a tortilla de patata. Or when the Ajo blanco soup (white garlic – 10€) comes with marinated mackerel.
Cuisine is fine and sophisticated without being pretentious. It offers a good variety of both meat and fish dishes, prepared with a good combination of sauces and vegetables. For instance the Haddock (20,9€), with its strong smoky taste, is counter-balanced by a leak-risotto and spiced up with a coco-ginger-coriander sauce.
Don’t stop your hunger at the main dish and go for a dessert. While usually being disappointing in most restaurants, here they are worth the try: a strong in taste „Carré au chocolat“(squarred chocolate, 7,5€) with a chocolate biscuit, a chocolate mousse, a chocolate crisp and a chocolate chunk. Or go for a more delicate Joghurt mousse – Cherry ragout and amarena sobert (6,9€)
Be prepaid to wait for your food though, although good food takes a while to be prepared, here it takes longer then necessary.
Good point: the restaurant has a big terrace away from the street that makes it really enjoyable in summer.
Wittelsbacherstraße 16, 80469 München
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Monday 11:30–14:30 / 18:30–00:00
Tuesday 11:30–14:30 / 18:30–00:00
Wednesday 11:30–14:30 / 18:30–00:00
Thursday 11:30–14:30 / 18:30–00:00
Friday 11:30–14:30 / 18:30–00:00