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.
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It is finally summer in Berlin! One of our recommendations for a mouthwatering meal or a tempting taste is a small restaurant on the Rosenthaler Platz. Sip a drink while sitting outside underneath lusciously green trees or cosy up inside for some savory sustenance.
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?
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!
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.
Around the corner from gay scene hot spot Nollendorfplatz, hidden away on a practical corner of the Bülowstraße, is the Thai restaurant Cogai. With it sleek and slender bright colours and lounge-esque atmosphere, it is not merely a great restaurant for a meal.