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Maholy Nagy

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Wilfried Wang,
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Philharmonie
Hans Scharoun

Berlin 1956-1963
 

   

 

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Treviso, one of the most attractive restaurants in Berlin, acts as a wonderful prelude to the old industrial area between Metzer Strasse, Prenzlauer Allee, Torstrasse and Schönhauser Allee, some of which has already been modernised. Here, in the expansive rooms of an elevated villa, once the home of a director, homage is paid to the food of northern Italy. The name of the restaurant gives it away. Recipes which stem from the southern Tyrol, Lombardy and Venice are served in a large elegant and well-lit room. The meal, generous and informal, is a pleasure. The relaxed atmosphere of this elegant place is increased still further by a bar, casually furnished with leather chairs and two garden rooms. The first of these is a gem, built on a slope with a fountain.

 

 

Address: Schönhauser Allee 12  10119 Berlin
Tel: +49 030 - 4401 7333  Fax: +49 030 - 4401 7334
Bus, Tube, Tram: U 2 Senefelderplatz; Bus 157
Hours of opening: daily 12.00 - 1.00, Sun and Holidays 11.00 - 1.00
E-Mail: treviso@lemona.de
Home Page: www.treviso-berlin.de
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