Food and drink
Chef Thomas Kammeier's French-Mediterranean cuisine has earned Hugos a Michelin star and was Der Feinschmecker magazine’s Restaurant of the Year in 2005. It's difficult not to be impressed by the beautiful presentation and attention to detail of each dish here, whether it's the glazed foie gras with mango or the risotto with Périgord truffles and quail-egg croutons. For a main course try one of Kammier’s delicate seafood creations - crayfish with a cucumber-wasabi vinaigrette, for example - or the braised pork cheek with a red wine and shallot sauce. Sommelier Michael Köhle offers personalised recommendations from a fine and extensive wine list.
The restaurant has a suitably elegant ambience, with tables spread out in front of the restaurant's large windows, affording both intimate privacy and wonderful vistas.
Excellent - warm and friendly with just the right touch of formality.
Hugos is located on the 14th floor of the Intercontinental Hotel in Charlottenburg. The restaurant offers dramatic views of the city, including the [node:169105] and Victory Column, which are illuminated at night.
Main courses are between 28-60 euros. A 10-course menu is also available for 130 euros.