Apart from Russian, Vietnamese and the Dutch cuisine, Berlin has so many more culinary countries to offer. Today we discovered a very special little place that is Hungarian of nature. Located not far away from restaurant Datscha in Friedrichshain, we found the small bar-cum-eatery called Szimpla.
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It might not be the ‘goodest’ of foods, but as a Dutch national, sometimes I miss the typical Dutch food from home. Apart from the cheese, the pindakaas (peanutbutter) and pannenkoeken (pancakes), the things I miss the most is the naughty Dutch fried foods. I never realised that a frikandel, a kroket or a berenklauw would be so impossible to get in a country not too far away from the Dutch border. But sadly, the fried meats and fries one normally gets and eats in the Netherlands are nowhere to be found in Berlin. Except for one little magical place in Berlin Friedrichshain, around the corner from Ostkreuz, called De Molen (the mill).
Most expats in Berlin are more than aware of the presence of the eatery and rock’n roll establishment called White Trash. Located on the far end of the Schönhauser Allee, on the Rosa-Luxemburg Platz, it is centrally located in the middle of Berlin Mitte and bordering on Prenzlauer Berg. White Trash is a kind of cult restaurant, with its residence inside a former Chinese restaurant, of which they kept most of the tacky decorations and supplemented it with sparkly lights and other fun trashy objects – ranging from glittery skeletons to old school paintings of dark dogs.
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
Sushi in Neukölln is booming and blossoming. In the most multicultural and lively Bezirk of Berlin, the best and cheapest place for sushi is without a doubt Steel Shark. Fancy fresh mango salads, the greatest wan tan soup of all time or simply the most savouring sushi?
Indian food, the land of curries, warm garlic breads and sweet and spicey chutneys. One lonesome evening, I ventured back into the world of ordering food in Berlin. This evening, it was time for Indian foods and I ordered at a small delivery service restaurant in Prenzlauer Berg called Amran.
I do not order food. Never. I have always been raised to not order food. I would either go and eat out in a restaurant, eat at a friend’s place, cook at home or take some take-away home with me. Never had I ordered food. Until a couple of weeks ago. I was hungover and