A new gem in West Berlin.The newly opened restaurant of pâtissière and sculptor Kristiane Kegelmann is a gem in deepest West Berlin where locals like it traditional and hipsters are still kind of an unknown species.Kristiane, who’s been shaking up the old-fashioned German chocolate scene with her out-of-this-world pralinés pars Pralinen, took the leap and ventured into gastronomy. Her very own definition of gastronomy, that is: pars Restaurant is about the outstanding quality of seasonal ingredients, coming from small, artisanal local or regional producers and suppliers who are disrupting the German food industry with their work. It’s about a feeling for the beauty of natural ingredients and their taste – and about taking care of people and a team where every member is equally important.Needless to say that the design and the atmosphere of the restaurant are an integral part of this philosophy. Simplicity, sensitivity, the sound of music.There’s ravioli stuffed with roasted shallots in a king oyster mushroom broth & some fennel seed oil, trout with a beurre blanc, black radish, mustard seeds & mustard seed oil, a super crispy croquette with braised pork shoulder, grilled chicory & plum. And, of course, seasonal pralinés with spruce and rose hip.Great selection of natural wines, great playlist!