I had been dying to try out the African restaurant Massai on the Lychener Straße. This spot is only around the corner from the U-Bahn station Eberswalder Straße and next door to the Brazilian place Bodeguita de Medio. And since I had so many great food experiences in other African-oriented restaurants, the promise of Massai African cuisine sounded – yes, promising.
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More than a specific cuisine, I like cool concepts of dining. We tried Pret a Diner, we have been up for some supper club dining and we even ventured outside of Berlin to look for nice places for food. A really fun and fabulous restaurant in Neukölln, hidden away in a backyard, is the Italian old laundry factory Lavanderia Vecchia.
HBC is a Kino, bar and restaurant all rolled into one, with three to four seperate spaces. It is on the Karl-Liebknecht Straße and you can roll there from the Alexanderplatz. The entrance is difficult to find, as you have to go up the stairs and there are no clear pointers guiding you up the stairs of the misleading horrible looking DDR building. But as you as you venture inside, wafts of deliciousness and hipster vibes welcome you.
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
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.
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.
On various Berlin Mitte hot spot locations you can find Vapiano: an Italian food chain restaurant. Not very exciting you say? You might be surprised. At Vapiano you can pick and choose your fresh foods and pay very little amounts of money for doing so – in a surprisingly jet set-ty atmosphere.
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?
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.