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Named after the Icelandic word for daughter, Dóttir has carved out a place for itself on the Berlin food scene since opening its doors in 2015.

After working at California’s esteemed Chez Panisse, Icelandic chef Victoria Eliasdóttir moved to Berlin to run the kitchen and prepare meals for the 90 people who work with her brother, artist Olafur Eliasson, at his studio. Two years ago, she opened Dóttir in collaboration with restaurateurs Boris Radcun and Stefan Landwehr.

Occupying a 19th-century building in Berlin’s central Mitte district, Dóttir is thoughtfully designed and welcoming. A set 4-course menu created around fresh seafood sourced straight from the North Sea helps Dóttir hit the sweet spot—right between fine dining and the well-loved local eatery.

Dóttir
Mittelstraße 41
10117 Berlin
Germany

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