PASTERNAK
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In case you’ve never had a Russian grandmother, this is what a visit to her house wouldhave felt like. And yes, Pasternak does provide a cherry strudel like grandma used to make, familiarly known as “fluden.” But only if there's room after you’ve already had the “Proletariat” plate (naturally, with a double vodka), a bowl of borscht, and Jewish latkes. The restaurant is named after Boris Pasternak, the author of “Doctor Zhivago” (1957), who was celebrated internationally but fell out of grace in Russia.

DISTRICT
Prenzlauer Berg
ADDRESS
PHONE
+49304413399
WEBSITE
OPENING TIMES
Daily 9 am to 1 am
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
U2 Senefelderplatz
PRICE LEVEL
moderate
PAY WITH
Credit card, ec/debit card
CUISINE TYPE
Russian

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