Prenzlauer Berg is one of the most cosy and relaxed Bezirke in Berlin where you will be able to find a nice restaurant on basically each and every corner of most streets. Of course there are big favourites, such as the Helmholzplatz, the Kollwitzplatz and other silly little streets off the Schönhauser Allee. A few weeks ago we were browsing the streets around Eberswalder Straße, inbetween the Kollwitzplatz. Here you find – among many others – the classical restaurant called November.
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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.
One and a half hour away from Berlin lies the small yet popular spa resort of Bad Saarow. Regardless of how cool and fabulous Berlin may be, we all need a weekend away from time to time and after years of roaming through the busy city streets. Bad Saarow is a cosy village built around a large beautiful lake and stuffed with trees, greenery and wildlife. And it has been a well-known spa resort for centuries, due to the authentic thermal wells and baths that this village has to offer. But they also do some real good food.
More than a year ago, when I thought I was in love and had something people refer to as a ‘boyfriend’, me and Holly went on a so-called double date to a pretty, lively restaurant. In one of the side streets directly off the Schönhauser Allee, the Stargarder Straße, we discovered Fellas. But sadly enough, Fellas closed, quite suddenly. Until one day, a few months ago, something magical happened: Fellas re-opened. With a different owner, a completely different menu and different staff. But it still was Fellas and it had to be tried and tested once more.
One Friday evening while bathing in the last remnants of summer glory in Berlin, I set out – very old fashionedly – with food partner in crime Holly. After a long three week holiday we met up for a potentially delicious meal – and we already had a goal. We were going to Vis a Vis.
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.
In the lively center of Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, on the border with Mitte, one can find a very nice hidden secret. In the Weinerei (winery) Frarosa, you can drink and dine as much as you like, for the amount of money you want to spend. Delightful four-course meals, all home-made, for as little money as you like.