Chilli cravers, rejoice: there’s a new spice dealer in town. East Berlin-born Mathias Jung's shop Chili & Paprika has a burning selection of spices organised around Hungary and Mexico, satisfying hot tongues from both sides of the Atlantic. more »
Part of the Bikini Berlin takeover of City West, Neni is to the hungry urbanite what the adjoining Monkey Bar is to the thirsty one. The Austrian export is more about lifestyle than flavour and the result is forgettable food, but a memorable meal. more »
It started in April, and will only last till June 24: it’s Spargelzeit! Eat asparagus now, commands Françoise Poilâne… but not just anywhere. As the season draws to a close, have you had your fair share of the white gold? It's time to act now! more »
Neukölln's premier breakfast spot Lagari plays host to Berlin's first annual chili cookoff! On Sat, May 17, catch some hot music, bourbon and chillies. On hand to judge are Exberliner's own D. Strauss and Maurice Frank. more »
Ah, spring, when a young Berliner's fancy turns to thoughts of laab. It won't always be sunny enough for Thai Park, though, so keep this cheap 'n' spicy West Berlin alternative in mind as a backup... or as a great meal in its own right. more »
It may be easy to write Roamers off as yet another on-trend cafe on Pannierstraße, but the labors of Flore Schmidt and Chris Schiefner make this place stand out – which can be seen in their shakshuka, smoothies and, of course, on Instagram. more »
Star chef Tim Raue’s latest gastro playground is a return to traditional German food, of course with a his renowned gourmet touch. Definitely satisfying while predictably pricey, it's the décor that outshines here. more »
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