I was on my way to the Brandenberg Gate when I saw a sign attached to a lamppost, pointing towards Samadhi vegetarian restaurant. It was going on lunchtime and a vegetarian restaurant is not something I'm likely to turn down, so I abandoned my planned route and followed the signs instead.
The menu at Samadhi is Asian fusion - and long. I'm not accustomed to having ten or more pages to study, and it took me a while to settle on a dish of mixed vegetables in coconut curry sauce, sprinkled with peanuts and served with crispy rice noodles and a huge portion of rice. The vegetables were fresh, and there was a good mixture of flavours and textures, even if it was a bit heavy on the courgette. (I didn't mind; I love courgettes.) The sauce was light but very flavourful, creamy, and plentiful enough to saturate the whole dish of rice. I'd choose something with a little more kick if I ever find myself here again, but I tend to order mild dishes the first time I eat somewhere, just in case their idea of spicy is way beyond mine.
Overall: a good find in the heart of the city, and well worth a visit if you're in the area. I might well have gone back, but Berlin had so many great veggie options to choose from.