Katz Orange was a complete disappointment. It was the restaurant we really wanted to try on the last Berlin trip but couldn’t get a reservation. The restaurant is located in this beautiful brick house tucked away inside a cobblestone alley. The decor is nice and trendy. Maybe all those factors set our expectation too high.
We had their signature dish - marinated pork slow cooked for 12 hours. A dish that’s supposedly so good that they named it after the restaurant’s own name. The pork was nothing more than pulled barbecue pork ... the piece they gave us was dry and tasteless (unless you dip it in the bbq sauce on the side). It was not only underwhelming but also way overpriced at €22 per person. For the two of us, they served a single palm-sized piece which costs €44! We had better bbq pork for $10 in the US. The cocktail was great and the one appetizer we had was good too (trout ceviche).