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One of Berlin’s latest and most affordable Michelin stars seduces with deceptively modest dishes bursting with unbridled creativity. more

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Francoise Poilane investigated Italian dining as conceived by Russians, and found sensational open wines and the best sourdough in town. more

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Colder weather means one thing: bring on the Vietnamese noodle soup! And we don't just mean pho. Expand your horizons at three new restaurants. more

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Star chef Tim Raue pivoted from Asian to French bistro cuisine with his latest concept. It might not be accurate, but that doesn't mean it isn't tasty... more

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You've read the blog buzz about the new Tel Aviv export and late-night dining spot off Oranienburger Straße, but is it justified? Mostly! more

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Avocado toast: overhyped millennial meme, or the best thing ever? Whatever you think about it, you can't avoid it in Berlin. From the new to the noteworthy, we sampled the toast of the town. more

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Stop sending me congratulatory messages about the French elections, says Françoise Poilâne. French voters may have resolutely said "non" to a right-wing presidency, but now we have Macron. We might be vaguely 'relieved', but happy? more

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There's finally an antidote to Berlin's Vietnamese food problem (ubiquitous, cheap and underwhelming): City West's Madame Ngo, serving Berlin's best nem and some damn fine pho. Time to take a trip to Kantstraße. more

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Of course our new Polish issue includes Polish food. Landsberger Eck pays tribute to the Prussian roots of Western Poland with Kneipe-style home cooking. Read about it here and grab the issue for more Eastern eats. more

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We finally found the perfect croissant in Berlin! Third-wave coffee purveyors The Barn on Schönhauser Allee have their impeccably flaky crescents sourced from Mitte caterers Splendid Delikatessen. Happy dunking! more

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Lured by a friend to Berlin in 2013, Gorius opened a slice of France in Schöneberg. At Cantine d'Augusta, named after Gorius' late Oma, raw foodies can rejoice in pungent cheeses, any number of cured cold cuts and over 100 wines. more

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A tiny, unassuming café just steps from the overhyped Anna Blume hides one of Berlin's best vegan, macrobiotic breakfasts. Time for Françoise to bust this Prenzlauer Berg secret wide open. more

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Looking for somewhere to quell the pang for a satisfying breakfast? Look no further than Prenzlauer Berg’s first Australian café, where you can indulge in Antipodean brunch during the day and, at night, sip on French wines as well. more

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It's not just enough to open a co-working space in Berlin these days – you've gotta have the right productivity-boosting eats as well. Here are four canteens worth noting. more

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Burger joints are downright inescapable in Berlin, and now there's one more to put on your burger map – Spud Bencer. The Frenchies behind the Fhain burger enterprise serve both tasty veggie and beef patties as well as (real!) home-cut potato fries. more

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Michel le Voguer is the affable, no-nonsense Frenchman behind Kreuzberg's beloved Kiez bistro Chez Michel. In the first of our Top Chef series, we asked him a few questions about the restaurant biz in Berlin. more

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So it's midway through January, and you're already starting to slip on your New Year's resolutions. But we've got just the stuff to (re-)kickstart your motivation – by appealing to the foodie in you. more

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We're all on the look-out for decent pizza in Berlin. Well, we have found the real deal in Zola – a Polish-run Neopolitan pizza joint on the banks of Paul-Linke-Ufer. Check it out now, we think you'll agree. more

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It might not be cheap but the off-Ku'Damm Abchasia does Abkhazian cuisine with quality ingredients and tender loving care. From flatbread to spicy lamb and Caucasian grappa, there are enough unique dishes here to tempt anybody's tastebuds. more

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Heard of Industry Standard? Of course you have. But does Neukölln's most-blogged-about eatery for urban creatives really deserve all the buzz it's gotten over the past half-year? Françoise doesn't think so... more

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