- 23-11-2014 Wok Show in Prenzlauer Berg
If you love dumplings as much as I do, you can’t ignore the existence of this place any longer. Wok Show, located in a pretty anonymous street of Prenzlauer Berg, is the most authentic dumplings place in Berlin. You can have them fried or steamed and choose your filling among a quite classic selection: three or four kinds of meat and a couple of vegetarian options. If you’re looking for fancy, extravagant fillings this is not the right place. If you can settle for simple and delicious, then book a table now!
- 3-8-2014 Ron Telesky in Kreuzberg
Honestly, guys, I didn’t even know Canadian Pizza was a thing, but I for sure like it. I think the main difference with normal (read: Italian) pizza is that this one is huge, the crust tastes somehow sweet and the toppings are stuff like sweet potatoes and things you don’t necessarily use in Italian Pizzerias.
- 22-6-2014 Maria&Josef in Lichterfelde
Some days you crave meat and you know it. So much that you’d kill a pig with your own hands if you ran into one.
That’s fine. We’ve all been there.
Luckily there’s restaurants like this (specialized in typical dishes from the German region named Bavaria) doing the dirty work for us and bringing to our table amazingly cooked pork, kartoffeln and everything German you probably would expect.
The location (not really inside the city center) makes it a perfect choice for all the disobedient vegetarians out there *wink*
What kind of food are you up for?
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On thursday night, this indoor market area in the heart of Kreuzberg turns into a food street fair. Not fancy neither very cheap, but you will find under the same roof specialties from all over the world, from original sicilian arancini to american style barbeque. -website-
An unpretentious place where you can taste a good (and affordable!) version of Spaetzle, the popular type of noodles from south Germany. In the picture you can see the pumpkin spaetzle, a specialty they only have around Halloween.
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Boxhagener Straße 107
Trivia: Germans have their own version of pizza and it’s called Flammkuchen. Flammkuchen is thinner and lighter than its italian cousin, traditionally topped with onion and not necessarily featuring tomato sauce. This cozy café in the heart of Friedrichshain serves a variety of german dishes and the Flammkuchen here is especially delicious. My favourite is probably the one with Philadelphia and Salmon.
Am Falkplatz 5
I’m not the biggest fan of Hamburgers, but this place just sends my senses to heaven. It’s always packed, you need to book in advance, it takes forever to get your order and one burger (with fries!) costs around 12 Euros (3 times more than your average burger place in Berlin) but it’s so incredibly worth it, trust me.
Delicious original pizza, italian kids running around and pictures of the pope on the wall: this is the closest to Italy you’ll find in Berlin
#La Pecora nera#
This cozy Italian restaurant serves good original Italian recipes, but not the ones you expect. You’ll find polenta, interesting pasta plates and Spritz, the trendiest cocktail in Italy right now.
- 3-5-2014 Carpe Diem in Lichterfelde
It’s pretty hard to find good Italian restaurants in Berlin. You can find great pizza almost everywhere, but when it comes to pasta – tragically – my expectations are basically never met. One notable exception is this restaurant located outside the Ringbahn. Carpe Diem is far and fairly pricey, true, but it’s also way beyond the “acceptable”; this would be considered to be a VERY good restaurant even on Italian soil. Definitely worth a try!
Do you wanna things your way even when it comes to fast food? Dolores is the right place for you! This super central Mexican joint(it’s just a ten mins walk from Alexanderplatz) gives you the chance to create your personal burrito in a few easy steps. Of course if you’re like me and you fear choice you will also find classic burritos that won’t require any effort in the ordering process.
Cakes, cakes, cakes! Don’t you ever wake up in the morning craving a gigantic piece of cake? I know I do. Every single day.
If you’re lucky enough to live near this cozy patisserie in Neukoelln, you could have what you see in the picture every given morning.
And trust me: they don’t look half as good as they taste.
On Saturdays and Sundays Lagari serves yummy pancakes that could easily compete with the ones your american grandma/boyfriend/colleague makes.
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Dirty South is an American diner and has been officially approved by all the Americans I know in Berlin. Both of them. There’s outstanding cocktails (not cheap, but discounted during the happy hour), biscuits covered in gravy, excellent scrambled eggs and everything you’d have if Bree VanDeKamp ever invited you to breakfast at her place.
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