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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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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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Prenzlauer Berg has a new ethical eats joint, this one a burger fusion bistro that sources its wild pig from the Brandenburg countryside. A tad on the pricey side, it should nonetheless fit in well with its surroundings. more

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Still eating meat and wondering what to eat? Forget mass-processed mystery meats and generic Bratwurst! Let these Berlin artisan butchers show you how the sausage is made. 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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Its stark interior may not seem particularly inviting, but we're here to eat, after all – and on that front Chicha delivers Peruvian cuisine that won't fail to impress, especially when it comes to the seafood. more

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No matter your diet, Berlin has a restaurant for you, and since Spring, we can add deli Dabbawalla to the handful of places catering to ayurvedic eaters. Whether you're spiritual or just on the hunt for new culinary territory, Dabbawalla delivers. more

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"Kala" is a Turkish name for fish, and that's just what you'll get at this little family shop in Neukölln. Pick up something ready-to-grill or try one of owner Pascal Gallus's Jamaican-influenced dishes fresh from the frying pan. more

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Meat lovers rejoice! A trio of Irish expats have opened a carnivore's paradise in Prenzlauer Berg. Everything is high-protein, high-fat and highly delicious. And don't forget the beer. more

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Why go to Rome for buono ice cream when you can get some high quality, affordable stuff right here in Berlin? We compile a best-of list that lets you know where to get your next brain freeze this summer! more

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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

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The latest Kreuzberg Mexican joint to enter the fray offers deliciously spicy tacos and burritos with a no-frills kinda vibe. We dig it. more

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Owners of the TassenKuchen say no more to paltry pancake imitations. Enjoy the real American fluff on weekends with fruit and good ol' maple syrup. €8 gets you all the flapjacks you can eat, but be warned: only the first plate comes with toppings. more

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An all around, all American breakfast menu, Chicago breakfast slam is extension of California Breakfast Slam and just as delectable. Their menu is concise and to the point, but from honest to god bacon to fluffy pancakes it's all perfectly prepared. more

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The kosher classroom isn't easy on the wallet, but what it lacks in affordability it more than makes up in healthy, delicious dishes. The brunch menu (€39.50 per head) includes light, creamy soups, fragrant "Israeli salad" and the great hummus. more

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Modern day can be a rigorous life for our bodies, so treat yourself to a day of a grain-free, sugar-free organic meal. The food at Sauvage is innovative without sacrificing taste (cheese made from almonds) and offers classic breakfast staples. more

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Leave your meat guilt at home and enjoy a classy (and classic) french brunch. Ohlàlà offers pan perdu (french toast), savoury quiches and mains like Gallic stews, for Friedrichshain’s sweet-toothed Francophiles. A buffet for the price of €9.90. more

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The pop-up bread ‘n’ beer event, Brot & Zeit has been renamed and aims to put a twist on German food. However, the food isn't worth the price. Only come if ambience is to your liking. more

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