Strolling arround the Bergmannstraße often leads to ‘unwanted’ drinks and dinners. Last Friday night, we accidentally stumbled into the cosy Milagro, where sipping wine became ordering main courses.
Archive for Mai 2010
After many, many reviews on sushi in Berlin, we thought is was time to come up with a clear-cut top 10 of the best sushi locations in this fabulous city. Want to eat sushi in Berlin? Start with this list.
On the typical popular Bergmannstraße in Kreuzberg, in the middle of the many shops and restaurants, the rather spacious Asian food kitchen Sumo invites fans of Asian fusion and sushi to come and try their yummy foods. Then again, where did their vegetarian menu go?
On the Oranienplatz, in the middle of the vibrant Bezirk Kreuzberg, a small Spanish tapas restaurant called Sol y Sombra awaits its peckish customers. If you’re looking for a cosy night out, this is the place to be.
If you are ever in Prenzlauer Berg and like Asian food and sushi, Sasaya is the place that you need to have experienced at least once. With a sleek and posh look, authentic seating arrangements and an exciting sushi and fresh fish menu, Sasaya knows how to lure customers inside.
One of the most well-known and hyped Asian restaurants in Berlin, Monsieur Vuong had to be tried and tested as a good food location. It is always packed with eating customers and when one finally manages to get inside, one is in for a suprising food twist.
About a week ago, I found myself in the fascinating situation of having dinner with my boss. But where does one takes ones boss without scaring him, but with still leaving a good impression? A small, shiny and sexy Vietnamese location in Berlin Mitte came to the rescue.