On the well-known and lively Bergmannstraße, not too far away from the restaurant Milagro and in the middle of the casual Kreuzberg lifestyle, we find the small restaurant-meets-eatery called Knofi. Knofi is a widely known concept to most Berlin residents, and we will discover today why…
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Hidden away in the geographic climax of Prenzlauer Berg, a small Greek restaurant called Tourlou opens its doors every evening to welcome hungry guests. I live basically around the corner from the little restaurant and as a satisfied customer, I thought it was time to write my piece on this little Greek treasure.
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.
In a small side street, just around the corner from the Eberswalder Straße in Prenzlauer Berg, you can find another of Berlin’s many Vietnamese sushi restaurants. However, if you are looking for great food for absolutely budget prices in a great atmosphere, Sushi Number One is the place to be!
In the middle of the city center of Berlin, near Friedrichstraße and on a side street of Unter den Linden we find Ishin. A large, clean and authentically Asian sushi restaurant. Here you can catch up on your real fresh fish and vegetables with sushi, Don and other steamy delights.
Around the corner from the Schönhauser Allee, in the middle of popular Prenzlauer Berg, we find the small South-African restaurant Cape Town. Here one can eat authentic South-African food – anything from Bobotie to Potjie and from zebra to crocodile. The place for an exciting food safari?
La Bodeguita del Medio is named after the famous bar and restaurant in the Cuban capital Havana where big names such as Ernest Hemingway used to frequent the location. However, it is also a fab and original Cuban restaurant in the city of Berlin, where one can come to nibble on some crispy nacho’s and much more.
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.
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)