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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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How does the new bistro on Paul-Lincke-Ufer from the guys behind Industry Standard and Wild Things stack up? We tried it out. more

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By now, smartphones and laptops are a ubiquitous sight in Berlin’s cafés and bars. Yet some business owners have been promoting good old analogue congeniality thanks to screen-free zones – with varying degrees of success. 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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Who’s behind the new wave of Vietnamese food in Berlin? Three mini-empires, run by close-knit families who seem to strike gold with each new venture. We asked their bosses for the secret of their success. more

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Daniel Brühl: German Promi, crossover Hollywood celeb and... master of tapas? Yes, the "Goodbye Lenin" star has opened a second restaurant serving Spanish small plates, this time in Prenzlauer Berg. more

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A 24-year-old chef fries up high-end Scotch eggs in a Moabit hideaway that resembles an underground Super Mario level. Intrigued? So were we. 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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If you're homesick and craving some fluffy fries with Québécois cheese curds and gravy or you're just trying to have some really good maple-syrup-topped pancakes, then Chez Ojan is just the right place. more

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Fancy some fancy sweets? Reuterkiez' new "dessert" bar has you exquisitely covered, although it costs a pretty penny. more

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True to its name sake, Formidable offers sub sandwiches that won't be letting anyone leave hungry. And they're great hangover munchies to boot! more

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Is dan dan mian the new ramen? Two new restaurants serve versions of the spicy Szechuan speciality. more

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Get your barbecue, burger and beer fix at three recently opened restaurants that beef up Berlin’s US food scene. more

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Everyone heard of the disastrous PR stunt when hipster-vegan diner Dandy Diner opened in April. But now that the dust has settled, here's the secret: It's actually really good. From ´tasty burgers to sandwiches, this is vegan to fill you up! 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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Twice a month, we shine a spotlight on our favourite chefs in the city. This time Nicola Marchetti of Zerostress Pizza gives us his take on owning one of the more popular pizza places in Berlin. 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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Twice a month, we shine a spotlight on our favourite chefs in the city. This time round it's Aparna Aurora of South Indian eatery Chutnify, which recently branched out from Prenzlauer Berg to Neukölln. 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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Twice a month, we shine a spotlight on our favourite chefs in the city. This time round it's English/Irish expat Michael Kavanagh, the man behind all-day brunch joint Crunch Kantine. more

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