The Sony Center at the Potsdamer Platz has become a symbol of Berlin. With it’s spectacular roof structure it is a popular location for tourists and everyone who wants to enjoy a nice environment. One of the highlights underneath the color changing roof is the Corroboree restaurant.

The modern Australian architecture is combined with traditional paintings and objects inspired by the Australian indigenous culture, giving birth to an extraordinary ambience. In the upper area of the restaurant you can admire the view on the interior of the Sony Center. In addition, the terrace is accessible even in the winter.

On the menu you will find Australian specialties and traditional dishes with an experimental twist. For example, the so-called ‘Caesar Kanga’ is a Caesar salad with grilled kangaroo meat, freshly grated Grana Padano and some croutons. We also recommend, triyng a simple, juicy fillet of the Australian kangaroo.

At the Corroboree restaurant you can furthermore enjoy several types of burgers and delicious desserts as well as freshly squeezed smoothies made from a variety of fruits.

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