Summer is coming, summer in Berlin. And how does one celebrate summer without cocktails? In case you are always on the look-out for a new up and coming location, we have found it. In the Brazilian bar Br 101, you can drink cocktails all night long, for merely 3 euros a cocktail. But there is more…
Archive for März 2010
In the middle of the lively Bezirk Friedrichshain in Berlin, you can find a suprisingly delicious restaurant serving real Russian delicacies. In Datscha, on the corner of the Simon Dach Straße, you can nibble on scrumptious blini’s and much, much more.
Wasabi is a small sushi restaurant located on the Oranienburger Tor that has made it to the top 3 of my personal favourites. The price-quality ratio at this restaurant is simply stunning, with a large menu and a great choice for experienced sushi fans. A great place for sushi dinners or taking away from what is one of the best sushi restaurants in town.
I work around the corner from the popular Prenzlauer Bergian hot spot the Kastanienallee. This street is filled with a large variety of restaurants, take-away places, shops and other trendy Berlin stuff. At the end of the Kastanienallee you either end up at the Zionskirchplatz (where bars and restaurants continue, such as the FraRosa Weinerei)
Transit Restaurants offer fans of Asian food the updated Asian kitchen, a version of Thai food 2.0. Their small dishes with many different tapas inspired by the Indonesian and Thai traditions may tempt your tastebuds every time. With exciting and cool birdcages and bright colours as deco, Transit is one of Berlin’s places to be.
Around the corner from gay scene hot spot Nollendorfplatz, hidden away on a practical corner of the Bülowstraße, is the Thai restaurant Cogai. With it sleek and slender bright colours and lounge-esque atmosphere, it is not merely a great restaurant for a meal.