The history of borchardt stretches back for 150 years. We pride ourselves on our traditions of international hospitality, freshness and quality. Even before 1881, borchardt offered such rare delicacies as bitter oranges from the Himalayas, strawberries from Algeria and fresh oysters. Ostrich eggs, game and fruit were sourced from the estates of Prussian nobility.
Germany’s royalty loved borchardt, as did bankers, industrialists and world travellers. Bismarck was a regular customer and the Schnitzel à la Holstein was created here by Baron Friedrich von Holstein.
Now you are our guests. Our Berlin cuisine today is modern, fresh, lively, aware, and always international. However you want to feel – royal, rich, famous or beautiful – we would be delighted to greet you again here at borchardt.