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Since chef Sebastian Frank took it over in 2010, the casually-elegant wood-paneled restaurant by Kreuzberg's Landwehrkanal has skyrocketed to prominence, earling its first Michelin star in 2011 and its second in 2015. Have one taste and you'll understand the accolades. These are exquisitely plated yet unpretentious dishes that nod to Frank's Austrian homeland while elevating local and season ingredients like turnips, chantarelle mushrooms and pumpkin to delectable heights. That said, vegetarians may want to save their money, as meat, and especially wild game, is where Horváth really shines.