Intimate. Tasty. Exceptional. Welcome to Private Dining at Le Faubourg. Mood lighting and soft music. Impeccable service and unique creations by chef Felix Mielke. High quality wines recommended by restaurant manager Mathias Brandweiner. Bauhaus design, a Toscanelli painting. Now it’s up to you to make the rest of the night truly unforgettable.
Private. Airy. Relaxed. Welcome to the terrace at Le Faubourg. In the heart of the capital. Enjoy the tasty creations of chef Felix Mielke. Classic or modern. Let Mathias Brandweiner recommend the matching wine. And satisfy your sweet tooth with a little something crafted by Raphael Gasque. Breathe easy in the center of Berlin. On the quiet side of the Sofitel.
Stylish. Fancy. Relaxed. Welcome to the Lounge Bar at Le Faubourg. Relax in design classics such as the Bauhaus chairs by Walter Gropius and the Vitras Cités. Colorful carpets and lamps catch the eye. Enjoy a light bar menu and original drinks by our barkeepers. Party with Berlin’s best DJs on the weekends. By the way, you can also have a cold beer.
Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 1 am
Saturday and Saturday from 9 am to 2 am
Young. Unconventional. Passionate. May we introduce: Felix Mielke, head chef at Le Faubourg. An extraordinarily creative cook with a penchant for French cuisine - and ingredients that are grown locally. Learned his trade at the Savoy in Berlin, advanced his knowledge at the Ritz Carlton and Le Provencal. He’s been at the Restaurant Le Faubourg for a while – still he’s always good for a tasty surprise.
Experienced. Exquisite. Young. May we introduce: Mathias Brandweiner, restaurant manager at Le Faubourg. Above all he is: a familiar face. The 22-year-old Austrian has already indulged the guests as a sommelier. He has most definitely taken the fast lane in his career so far – top addresses in Kitzbühel, Vienna and London preceded his arrival in Berlin. After his stint at Le Faubourg, he went to work at the Waldorf Astoria. Now he returns as a restaurant manager to Le Faubourg - one of the youngest in Germany.
Sweet. Excellent. Cosmopolitan. May we introduce: Raphael Gasque, Pastry Chef at Le Faubourg. Born in France, he has learned his craft in Nice and traveled the world as a Patissier. Worked in first-class hotels and restaurants, in London, Melbourne, Oman, Munich. Now we are happy to have him here in Berlin. Enjoy his creations that will surely make your mouth water.
Young. Attentive. Inquisitive. May we introduce: Nicolas Hopchet. An experienced hotel manager - and a trainee. Hopchet is learning how to be a sommelier at Le Faubourg, and the young man from Belgium found the perfect teacher in Mathias Brandweiner. He recently returned to Berlin’s Kudamm as a restaurant manager. Hopchet, who speaks four languages fluently, has learned the intricacies of his trade in his home country and has worked in various functions in well renowned hotels. He has been working at Le Faubourg in Berlin for six years very successfully. Now he set a new goal for himself: expanding his knowledge to become a wine specialist.