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 »
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 »
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 »
While the vegan frenzy isn’t dying down anytime soon, a growing number of Berlin foodies are craving fresh blood... sausage! We've tried German, French and even Vietnamese varieties of the delicacy. Here are three ways to get your iron fix. more »
There's something fun and engaging about dipping food into a shared pot. Be it boiling oil, hot cheese or chocolate fondue is here in the city. We tried three of Berlin's hottest (s)pots: Feuer und Flamme, Ars Vini and Tian Fu. more »
Three of our fave restaurants share their secrets so you too can cook like a star.
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