Small and elegant, Die Quadriga restaurant in the Bauhaus-inspired Brandenburger Hof Hotel offers a truly memorable dining experience, but you need to reserve in advance because the restaurant seats only 28 diners. Everything is of the finest quality, including the diners, so dress up and treat yourself to a special night out. Chef Sebastian Voetz prepares seasonally fresh dishes that are both classically and nouvelle French. You might start with variations of Coquille St.-Jacques with mango and beetroot, or green risotto with baby vegetables, followed by roasted yellowfin mackerel or saddle of venison. The superlative wine list includes several wines available by the half-bottle or by the carafe. The service is impeccable in the best sense of the word.