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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Looking out over the Volksbühne, a classical architectural landmark in Berlin’s pulsating Bezirk Mitte, one stumbles across the small restaurant called Voss. Due to its location next door to the cult cinema Babylon, Voss is either relatively empty and relaxed – or brimming with people who have just wandered out of the cinema. Voss is a relatively large restaurant, but due to its casual atmosphere, it feels small and cosy. Its staff is always friendly and willing to lend a hand – and with its great and diverse menu with a large stamp of budgetproof-ness on it, Voss is a safe bet for any occassion.
As a so-called expat in Berlin, I have had some difficulties with adjusting to food shopping in the city – especially considering what you can get in German supermarkets. I missed my Dutch supermarkets and could not for the life of me come up with easy and yummy recipes. Until today…
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?
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.