Beefbar restaurant review - Berlin, Germany
Following the success of its Monaco, Mexico and Moscow outposts, the Beefbar crew have further expanded to include a fourth eatery, this time located in Berlin. Once again designed by Monte Carlo-based firm Humbert & Poyet, the restaurant's sumptuous geometric interiors, which comprise rich dark wood panelling, lavish marble and bronze art deco-inspired accents, are further enhanced by a chunky gold bar, over which a bespoke orange Murano chandelier dramatically hangs. Equally as plush, the menu serves up fresh starters from the raw bar such as sea bream carpaccio, tuna taradito and swordfish ceviche before making way for the main event, which features a rich selection of beef cuts from prime American Black Angus, Premium Australian Marble Reserve or Japanese Kobi. Kick-started in Monte Carlo by a businessman who had nowhere to take his clients for a good old-fashioned steak, the brand has no plans of slowing down with Dubai and London up next.