I love and adore Turkish food. Yes – not just döner. I mean real Turkish food. Delicious bread products, cous cous, rices, meats, yoghurts, herbs, sauces and much much more. The most predominant “Turkish” food in Berlin is the döner. But I am not going to write a review on döner foods. Because I like restaurants. And I ended up in this very nice Turkish place on Kottbusser Tor in Kreuzberg.
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On the Simon-Dach Straße you may not find too many surprising and special restaurants. Chain sushi restaurants, large Indian eateries and a lot of mainstream restaurant locations have started to inhabit one of Berlin’s most popular streets for sauntering. Thankfully, some corners of Friedrichshain have remained the same. On the Krossener Straße, a side street off Simon-Dach Straße, and opposite of hobnob highlight Cupcake, you can find Volckswirtschaft.
Years ago, when I visited Berlin for the very first time in my life, I went straight to the Motzstraße, to the pulsating gay heart of Berlin. My eyes sparkled and my heart did a little headstand in my chest. I was here, finally. And officially, this restaurant was my very first discovery. So I went back last weekend, to re-explore the real Italian cuisine in Berlin Schöneberg.
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…
Some people do not just like burgers – they love ‘em. I will admit that not irregularly I am overcome by a strong desire to run into an awful fast food chain that sells burgers, fries and the likes and order me a heartattack in fatty foods. We all have our weaknesses – and sometimes
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…
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)