The Restaurant TIM RAUE offers a deliberately simple ambience influenced by the urban atmosphere of Berlin.

By harmoniously combining past and present, the interior also reflects the career of Tim Raue, who grew up in Kreuzberg: a floor made of cast asphalt, classic gallery lighting, and furniture that looks like museum exhibits maintain the character of the former Crone gallery and thereby embody the rough character of the Kreuzberg district of Berlin.

In contrast, the simple yet high-quality furniture made from American walnut wood,  precious Kvadrat fabric,  modern designer classics such as the reinterpreted “Eames Chair” by Vitra, and Fürstenberg porcelain represent upscale gastronomy and the spirit of modern times.