Waking up is difficult after a hard day only if you sleep. The thought of missing the train to Hannover kept awake with frequent consultation of the clock blinking on the telly at the Kempinski. The double-windows kept the noise from the empty street down away as it did that of the passing trains. Both S and U bahns passed near the hotel but did not proved to be noisy in any way. After a shower and change, it was time for breakfast – at Reinhard.
Reinhard’s im Kempinski, Berlin, Germany – with its great location on the Kurfürstendamm, welcomes guests with a comfortable and distinctive atmosphere.
With honey-coloured wooden shelves, chequered tablecloths and a lovingly designed interior as well as with its wonderful terrace and fantastic location on the Kurfürstendamm, Reinhard´s appeals with a cosy atmosphere in a smart brasserie setting and French-inspired cuisine. The restaurant serves down to earth, seasonal cuisine with international influences from France and Italy. Favourites include the traditional classic, “Das Geheimnis aus dem Kaiserhof”, and the “Mata Hari” salad which made Reinhard’s popular more than 15 years ago. There is also a daily changing lunch and dinner menu.
The breakfast menu was good. The early morning views of the Kurfürstendamm street with the traffic beginning to build was an excellent complement to the fresh coffee served.