Sometimes we all like to order food to be delivered. For reasons of Sunday night laziness, work business or an easy office lunch, there is a growing myriad of online delivery services and a hit-or-miss gamble when it comes to ordering Asian food. And of course in order to feed our ever-growing passionate hunger for sushi and Asian delicacies.
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The Long March Canteen sounds exciting. A Chinese experience-style restaurant with trendy delicious dim sum. Authenic Chinese, you wonder? So did we and we ventured out there one night, to nibble the dim sum. Explore the restaurant with us.
Every time I biked up to Prenzlauer Berg from Mitte or Schöneberg, I panted heavily when passing by Yumcha Heroes. With its bright neon lights showing off their logo and a look of happy and eating customers inside, I alway wondered about the delights that were hiding behind the doors of this restaurant. That this spot is about Asian and fusion, has always been apparent by the colouring and look of the place. Last week, it was finally time – and I made it to Yumcha.
Berlin sports a great many of Asian eateries. Good lunch locations for a warm and spicy meal, atmospheric elaborate restaurants for romantic dinners and easy quick fixes for a brief bite. Amidst traditional places such as Goodmorning Vietnam and funky Transit, Berlin does know how to keep the Asian cuisine fresh and lively. We used to frequent the Berlin Mitte restaurant Ho Vang that does a great lunch meal. Not dissimilar, we recently checked out the Indonesian and Thai restaurant Goodtime on the Hausvogteiplatz in Berlin Mitte.
It had been way too long since I had sushi. For weeks, days and months my mind had secretly started pondering the possibilities of salacious sushi adventures again. However, I did not want to go to one of the many restaurant that I have been to dozens of times. Of course it is fantastic if you have your favourite place where you keep coming back to, but the need to explore new and exciting restaurants is also an important desire.
A few steps away from the U-Bahn station Hermannplatz, right in the middle of one of Neukölln’s most lively and popular corners, you come across a great many of cheap-looking standard Vietnamese eateries. One of these is the not very promising yellow banner of Hamy. “Specialities from the Vietnamese cuisine,” it says next to its name. Next door another Asian eatery is trying to lure its customers inside with a quite similar promise. Normally, Hamy would not be a place I would enter for enjoying an evening meal.
Since I have started working in Mitte, I have been drawn to passionately exploring the local eateries during lunch. And one of my favourite Mittag haunts has been this Vietnamese restaurant, on the Rosa Luxemburg Straße and almost bordering on the large city hub Alexanderplatz. Ho Vang is a fabulously flavoursome and brilliantly budget proof Vietnamese restaurant where you can eagerly enjoy your most beloved Asian food dishes. A great getaway for anyone yearning for a luscious lunch.
Ever since I moved to Prenzlauer Berg, I have been cycling by a restaurant on the Schönhauser Allee that I have wanted to visit since I first laid eyes on it. For almost a year, I have been dying to visit Mamay, a small and minimalistic looking Asian restaurant on the Schönhauser Allee…
Another restaurant that I have visited many times and only briefly mentioned in my reviews. So today it is time for Zaza, a posh-y semi-professional cocktail and sushi bar on the Kastanienallee. Everyone who has ever read this blog before knows that I absolutely adore sushi, so the concept of a bar/ restaurant that specialised
A couple of weeks ago, me and a collegue sat down at a small Vietnamese restaurant for a luscious strawberry caipi cocktail. The staff were so nice and friendly and the whole look of the place – especially inside – was so inviting that I decided to save this specific restaurant in my mental list of To-Do restaurants. And when I had a visitor, a couple of weeks later – I knew just the right restaurant for the evening and I dragged my companion to Onkel Ho…