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R.I.P., Anthony Bourdain. What did America's foodie hero do on his last-ever visit here? Jane watched Sunday's "Parts Unknown" and has some thoughts. more

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Since Mitte forerunner Ma’Loa opened a year ago, this Hawaiian fish dish has left a salmon-scented trail from Alexanderplatz U-Bahn station to the chilled sections of Lidl. We gave three purveyors a shot. more

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Pop quiz: You’ve got some fancy friends visiting and they want to eat “real Berlin food”. After the obligatory stops for döner and currywurst, and leaving aside tourist traps like Zur letzten Instanz, where do you take them? Could it be Tisk? more

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R.I.P., Anthony Bourdain. What did America's foodie hero do on his last-ever visit here? Jane watched Sunday's "Parts Unknown" and has some thoughts. more

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Take back brunch! Once primarily the domain of Australians, breakfast in Neukölln is now anyone’s game. Here's the second in our three-part series featuring the latest hyped spots. more

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Take back brunch! Once primarily the domain of Australians, breakfast in Neukölln is now anyone’s game. Here is the first in our three-part series featuring the latest hyped spots. more

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They say pizza is like sex – it’s good even when it’s bad, but rarely is it truly memorable. You’ve got to have a gimmick to stand out in Berlin’s overcrowded market these days, and these four pizzerias have found theirs. more

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New-wave Southern cuisine finally hits Berlin. How does the gussied-up soul food joint in P'Berg stack up? Jane Silver went to find out. more

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Vegan and vegetarian “butcher” shops are all the rage in Berlin, but whose fake meat reigns supreme? We put three to the test. Here: Kreuzberg's Vegetarische Metzger. more

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Vegan and vegetarian “butcher” shops are all the rage in Berlin, but whose fake meat reigns supreme? We put three to the test. Next up: seitan-oat wieners and Hungarian "sausage" salad at Prenzlauer Berg's Die Vetzgerei. more

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Vegan and vegetarian “butcher” shops are all the rage in Berlin, but whose fake meat reigns supreme? Here's the first of three in our fake meat round-up: Friedrichshain's L'Herbivore. more

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After this year's chef switchover, we hit up Mitte's buzziest wine bar for Austrian beverages and Asian-inspired bites. 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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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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This year, already-acclaimed Charlottenburg fine dining restaurant Glass switched over to a "modern Arabic" concept. We scoped out the new menu and had a forkful of cured camel. 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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At a brewpub out in Marzahn, a carpenter turned chef cooks up hearty German classics and bar snacks that provide the perfect accompaniment to freshly brewed craft beer. more

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Still searching for "real Mexican food" in Berlin? Latest contender La Lucha may not fully satisfy your cravings, but some of its dishes could have you fooled for a second – and the cocktails can't be beat. more

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With Taiwanese sandwiches having a moment, we visited three of Berlin’s latest bao-crazy restaurants and ended up sinking our teeth into more than just squishy buns. more

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New Wilmersdorf restaurant Bahadur cooks up the same kind of tandoori kebabs and curries you might find at other northern Indian joints in Berlin – but it's better. Much better. more

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Mitte nightlife king Heinz “Cookie” Gindullis has been at it again, this time with his futuristic lunch canteen Data Kitchen, which does away with pesky waitstaff. Do we really need automated service? Not sure, but we can't complain about the food. more

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