Horváth - an unconventional Michelin-starred restaurant
Surrounded by a wrought-iron fence entwined with vines, our restaurant is located right on the Landwehr Canal in the middle of the trendy district of Kreuzberg. Sebastian Frank and his team serve creative twists on quintessential Austrian regional cuisine. Wood paneling and candlelight provide a warm welcoming atmosphere and the simple elegance of the unconventional Michelin-starred restaurant contrasts nicely with the complex, intricate and unique culinary experiences.
on the Paul-Lincke Ufer
Paul-Lincke Ufer on the Landwehr Canal boasts a wealth of restaurants, cafes and boutiques. The young and trendy district is renowned well beyond Germany for its international flair, as well as for the weekly market on the Maybachufer where our head chef Sebastian Frank is a regular. He enjoys buying fresh vegetables from regional farmers. In summer, guests can enjoy their meal in our garden, an idyllic setting entwined by vines. This is a real insider tip in the heart of lively Kreuzberg.
A gastronomic tradition
The premises of HORVÁTH have housed restaurants for almost 100 years. In 1973, the location became particularly famous when the Austrian philosopher and writer Oswald Wiener opened "Exil". It soon became a hub for all kinds of artists and creatives, who would feast and laugh, philosophize and drink through the night... As you sit there today within the wood-paneled walls, it's not difficult to imagine and nothing stops you from doing the same!