Samakki Talad Thai: Street food cafeteria

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 »

Apr 17, 2014 by in Food

Roamers: Crafty caff

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 »

Apr 7, 2014 by , in Food (1 Comments)

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La Soupe Populaire: Post-industrial baroque

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 »

Mar 18, 2014 by in Food

Manufaktured delights

Fresh or smoked, sweet or savoury – some traditional foods can be reinvented with endless variety. Meet three whimsical gourmet specialists. Strudel, tofu and Knödel are all leading the pack in artisanal treats. more »

Mar 11, 2014 by , , in Food (1 Comments)

Le Pistou: The art of simplicity

Arriving during the heyday of divided Berlin, French chef Claude Massel makes traditional and delicious French food for the bon vivants of Charlottenburg and anyone else who wants a different experience in City West. more »

Feb 26, 2014 by in Food

Muse: Street sandwiches

Prenzlauer Berg isn't necessarily known for its plethora of lunch options. Muse, a product of Berlin's 'underground dining' scene, brings street food onto another level; we've tried some and it's an eruption of rich flavour. more »

Feb 12, 2014 by in Food

Sauerkraut: Clash of cultures

Just from looking at the restaurant's name, little would you know that Sauerkraut in Mitte not only serves good ol' original German Speise but also American-style dishes (and fusion!) on their meaty menu. more »

Jan 28, 2014 by in Food

Mio Matto: Easy vegan

Vegan cuisine might still be on its way to full form, but chef Björn Moschinski levels up the vegan dining experience at his restaurant Mio Matto serving amazing Italian dishes and a great view of Berlin. more »

Jan 22, 2014 by in Food

Mercosy: Permanently popped

Mercosy went for a test-drive last summer and has now opened for good in Kreuzberg. Formerly a pop-up, Johannes Budweg, Manuel Günther and co. sit Berliners down for their affordable Korean specialties: bibimbap and burritos. more »

Jan 15, 2014 by in Food (1 Comments)

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Goura Pakora: Karma comfort

The Hare Krishna-style cuisine isn’t strictly prasadam, Ayurvedic or all Indian, but it does satisfy the soul with everything made in-house and chosen with care. From giant Thalis to the namesake pakoras, a meal here will make you feel at peace. more »

Dec 23, 2013 by , in Food (1 Comments)

Three recipes

Three of our fave restaurants share their secrets so you too can cook like a star.


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Three joints to try the Japanese snack sensation best described as a sushi sandwich

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