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Cocolo Ramen Mitte | Stil in Berlin

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STAATSKAPELLE BERLIN

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Coming Up: ChungKing Pop Up Series | Stil in Berlin

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The time has come, for us all to eat really spicy and hot food everyday. And lucky us, it'll be an easy task: because finally, finally, finally, there's a three-week-long pop-up series of ChungKing noodles lunch services. You remember , don't you? The delicious chilli noodle businesses set-up by Shanghai-born Ash Lee, creator of the ? Well, if you don't, you're in for a treat. And if you do: you can have it every week from now on.

10 Street Foods All Travelers Need to Try

10 Street Foods All Travelers Need to Try


Blog | Western Union

Some of the world’s best foods aren’t found in a restaurant.

KOMISCHE OPER bERLIN

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Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

In London, I spent a good three hours flipping hungrily through the food books that have been published in my absence. While looking through one called “A delicious life – New Food Entrepreneurs” – I came across Paletas, Zeit für Brot, and ART Sucre.  Right there in black and white and in hard cover.  Berlin shops sharing...

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How to Eat Street Food in Vietnam Like a Local

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

I’m sitting in a tiny plastic chair on the side of the street, accompanied with a big bowl of noodles swimming in some

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Impressum / Contact | Stil in Berlin

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WEST BERLIN COFFEE BAR

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Bund wirft Berlin Chaos in der Baupolitik vor

Bund wirft Berlin Chaos in der Baupolitik vor

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Berlin kauft keine Objekte für den sozialen Wohnungsbau vom Bund, andere Verhandlungen ziehen sich hin. "Zupackend und schnell sieht anders aus", sagt deshalb der Chef der Bundesanstalt für Immobilienaufgaben.

Gourmet Eating in Saigon: Restaurant Review of Noir. Dining in the Dark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Gourmet Eating in Saigon: Restaurant Review of Noir. Dining in the Dark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

by Santé Bon Viveur @ Santé Bon Viveur

Have you ever eaten an undisclosed three course meal completely in the dark and had to say what it is? If not, then read on to find out what it feels like! The restaurant Noir. Dining in the Dark is one of my top recommendations for treating yourself to a luxurious - and in this case, unusual! - gourmet dining experience while you're in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam.

Du Bonheur, Patisserie, Mitte

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

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Few sweet pastries have the ability to dispense with my good grasp of self-control – except for Canelés.  The outside made up of a maximum caramelized, crunchy, sticky surface.  And the inside, solid custard, flecked with black vanilla seeds, yielding.  It’s a creme caramel you can hold in your hand, improved by texture, beveled edges,...

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Ruman in Amman, Jordan

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

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I missed the memo that it was Ramadan, (or I ignored it more likely). So for the past month we’ve been firmly planted at my father’s home in Ruman, Jordan (Ruman means pomegranate in Arabic, lovely, isn’t it?).  The kids and I have been living on our pomegranate hill, which is planted not with pomegranates...

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Recap: Stil in Berlin’s Warm Up #4 | Stil in Berlin

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BERLINER SYMPHONIKER

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Restaurant Story, London Bridge

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

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The purpose of my trip to London is ostensibly to have my yearly dental check up. That I am able to breakfast, lunch and dinner with old friends is a bonus. And treating myself to Dinings, Yashin, La Fromagerie, Rose Bakery and ‘white hot‘ Restaurant Story is – who am I kidding? It’s the best....

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Best of: Stil in Berlin 2017 | Stil in Berlin

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A sweet, savory, spicy, salty, smokey, and sour year comes to an end. Berlin had it all: ups and downs and turn-it-all-arounds. With 69 articles, over 20 entirely new and very exciting spots, a , an , a , another round of successful , and added to the stilinberlin family in 2017, it's been a busy year with loads of dining, feasting, and yes, digesting on my side. Here's a round-up of the most popular things on the blog this year.

BERLINER BERG BRAUEREI

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Berlinale 2017: Florian’s Top 10 | Stil in Berlin

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District Môt: Saigon Street Food in Berlin

District Môt: Saigon Street Food in Berlin


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Wer in Berlin essen gehen möchte, der hat die Qual der Wahl. Es gibt unzählig viele Restaurants. Dabei hat der Preis oft nichts über die Qualität der Speisen auszusagen.

Sunday Documentary: Berlin – Symphony of a Great City

by David @ Berlin Love

Berlin – Symphony of a Great City, released in 1927, is a classic of the golden age of silent film and a compelling document of life in Berlin in the interwar years. The film is presented as a day in the life of Berlin but Walter Ruttmann edited together footage recorded over the course of […]

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Wenn schon nicht Asien, dann Berlin - BEST vietnamese street food in town im DISTRICT MOT! - cookies for my soul

Wenn schon nicht Asien, dann Berlin - BEST vietnamese street food in town im DISTRICT MOT! - cookies for my soul


cookies for my soul

Hach, Kinners! Sonntag! Sonnentag! Alles schön, aber – wie gerne wäre ich jetzt in Asien. Irgendwo an einem Palmenstrand, in einem niedlichen Boutique Hotel, in einem kleinen Ort. Ob Thailand,… Weiterlesen

The hidden treasures of Berlin’s Courthouses

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Berlin is full of amazing architecture and sights, some well-known and some, as the tour guides would have you believe, “off the beaten path”. Most of the latter are anything but, although as long as people buy it, that’s ok. But the city has another treasure hidden in plain sight: Berlin’s Courthouses. Amtsgericht Wedding. Photo by Sascha Möllering. Berliners can be a bit blasé about their city. They might walk past these fortresses of justice every day without ever realising what lies behind their closed doors. If you ask them as a tourist or just someone with a little bit of curiosity they’ll probably say something along the lines of “This? Nothing important, just a courthouse”.  And if you finally find yourself in a situation where it’s unavoidable to go inside, there is usually something more sinister going on than an architectural tour of the city, like divorce or imperfect waste separation. Which is a shame really. So I went out to explore this overlooked architectural genre. In a way, Berlin’s courthouses are all pretty alike. They’re all big and menacing with huge columned porticos and an entrance hall that’s supposed to make you feel small and insignificant in the [...]

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Bernauerstrasse area Berlin Wall Memorial

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[VIDEO] Vietnamese Cooking Class with Da Nang Home Cooking!

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Here’s something you might not know about me: I love, love, love to cook. Back in Spain, when I wasn’t out eating tapas, I was

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Coming Up: Warm Up 4 | Stil in Berlin

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It's that time of the year again! It's getting cold and very uncomfortable in this city, and while it's easy to survive the chilly season when you have enough funds for a warm coat, all the hot soups, and a cosy home to hibernate in, it's one of the most grueling times for those not that lucky. And because I'm sure most of you have one or three extra warm jackets in their closet, or a pair of boots to spare, I'm asking you to come and donate them at Warm Up No.4, a clothing donation event benefiting Kreuzberg Hilft! I'll make your effort worth your while, promised.

Cooking Across Borders in Berlin

by Audrey Scott @ Uncornered Market

By Audrey Scott

“Add a little sugar to the saffron,” Farzane said as she worked the combination in her mortar and pestle. “It makes it easier to grind.” Farzane, a 20-year old refugee from Afghanistan who’d come to Berlin with her family in the last year, was deep in the process of teaching us how to prepare several […]

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Tanz den Kontinent

Tanz den Kontinent

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André Hellers Show „Afrika! Afrika!“ gastiert wieder in Berlin. Ein Gespräch mit dem neuen Regisseur Georges Momboye über Kunst, Kultur und Schlagzeilen.

Mark Twain – The Awful German Language

by David @ Berlin Love

The Awful German Language is an essay by the American author Mark Twain in which he humorously outlines the complexity of the language and the difficulties he encountered while learning it. It is a must-read book for students of the often baffling German language. Twain, most famous for his Huckleberry Finn stories, travelled extensively through […]

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How to Eat Street Food in Vietnam Like a Local

How to Eat Street Food in Vietnam Like a Local


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Living in Vietnam as an expat, here are my secrets to finding the best local street food in Vietnam!

DISTRIKT MÔT SAIGON STREET FOOD - AWESOME BERLIN

DISTRIKT MÔT SAIGON STREET FOOD - AWESOME BERLIN


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Street food" is the promise of DISTRIKT MÔT SAIGON STREET FOOD. And boy, do they deliver! From the extensive street food menu. They make you feel as if y...

Still Delicious: Lunch at Hallesches Haus | Stil in Berlin

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You probably know as one of the most instagram-ready places in Berlin, with a light filled café space adorned with loads of hanging plants and raw wood and black steel furniture. It makes a perfect background for your next hundreds of sosh-meeds likes. However, it's not only about aesthetics at the Haus, but about serving scrumptious and contemporary breakfast, brunch and lunch fare. I went back to check their new menu und let me tell you, they're currently making my favourite green salad in Berlin.

STREET FOOD THURSDAY

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Kommentar zu Eröffnung des Mercado Gastronomico San Juan: Der alte Schlachthof S’Escorxador in Palma de Mallorca wird zur Streetfood-Meile – yeah! von Mercat 1930 - der neue Gastromarkt am Paseo Marítimo in Palma de Mallorca - cookies for my soul

by Mercat 1930 - der neue Gastromarkt am Paseo Marítimo in Palma de Mallorca - cookies for my soul @ Kommentare für cookies for my soul

[…] So eröffnete in Palma de Mallorca  vor 2 Jahren der Mercado Gastronomico San Juan, über den ich bereits hier berichtete. Am Freitag den 18. August 2017 hat nun in Palma der zweite Gastro-Markt, der Mercat […]

BERLINISCHE GALERIE

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Mini Shopping // Sommerstyles für kleine große Mädchen

Mini Shopping // Sommerstyles für kleine große Mädchen

by Mareen @ Blog - ohwego

Endlich ist er da: Der Frühling! In den vergangenen Tagen hat er zumindest in Berlin sein Gesicht gezeigt. Wir konnten unser erstes Eis im Freien genießen ...

AUTHENTIC KOREAN FOOD ARIRANG

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District Môt - Asian Restaurants | top10berlin

District Môt - Asian Restaurants | top10berlin


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Die Vietnamese restaurant District Môt in Rosenthaler Straße serves Berlin-like interpretations of Saigon street food.

PIRI'S CHICKEN BURGER JOINT

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STREET ART WALK ALONG DIRCKENSTRASSE

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HAMBURGER BAHNHOF

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Street Food Friday: Grilled Pork with Vermicelli Noodles (Bun Thit Nuong)

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Hey everyone!  AWC here dropping in with some very exciting news… I’m launching a new segment called Street Food Friday! Why? Well, if

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Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

SucreéBarcellos Salon Sucré is open 4 days a week, from Thursday to Sunday.  On those days, Eric Muller wakes up at 3 a.m. and works 14 hour days. When I visit on Saturday, he is scooting around frenetically.  Having baked most of the pastries on display earlier that day, he is now in serving a steady...

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THE BARN - WEST BERLIN OUTPOST

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New! Bite Club, Street Food Party on the Spree

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

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The upcoming Bite Club Berlin has prompted me to do something I’ve yet to do on Foodie in Berlin – write about something I haven’t been to yet.  But I have a feeling… “The way you know about a good melon.” It’s logical really, think what a success Street Food Thursdays at Markthalle Neun has...

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BERLIN FOTO BIENNALE

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NENI BERLIN

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Bernauerstrasse area Berlin Wall Memorial

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Ab ins Grüne! // Warum jedes Großstadtkind einen Garten haben sollte

by Simon @ Blog - ohwego

Wenn mich vor zwei Jahren jemand gefragt hätte, ob ich in Berlin Pächter eines Gartens werden möchte, hätte ich dankend mit dem Kopf geschüttelt ...

Christmas Low-Carb Swap Recipe: Christmas Pudding

Christmas Low-Carb Swap Recipe: Christmas Pudding

by Santé Bon Viveur @ Santé Bon Viveur

I'm in full Christmas prep mode now, which includes continuing my experiments with low-carb versions of traditional Christmas food and drink favourites, to make sure I can eat what I want come the big day. This recipe for a lovely light Christmas Pudding - low-carb, gluten-free, and free of added sugar and artificial sweeteners - is made so quickly that you can easily whip one up on Christmas Day itself!

Leaf the Train – An Autumnal Art Intervention by TOY Crew

by David @ Berlin Love

In the UK, ‘leaves on the tracks’ is a much-ridiculed excuse for late running trains but in Berlin in Autumn 2016 an U-Bahn carriage filled with leaves caused disruption on the city’s U2 line; the seasonal prank was an art intervention by local graffiti and street art collective TOY Crew called Leaf the Train. The […]

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Dogs in Berlin: Introduction | Stil in Berlin

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About a 100.000 dogs are officially registered as living in Berlin, the real number is probably twice as high. And it makes sense, Berlin is, all in all, a quite dog-friendly city, especially compared to other cities of its size and influence. Paris is the worst city for dogs I ever encountered, and I wouldn't even think about taking my dog to London or New York, but having a dog in Berlin is something very enjoyable. Loads of parks and greenery, many pals to play with, and a generally very friendly attitude towards dogs are a joy for every dog owner. I wanted to write a guide about dogs for quite some time now, and this is the first round, summarizing all the rules one has to consider when coming to or living in Berlin with a dog. The next articles will include notes on where to take your dog to have fun, and where to shop for your pup. Oh and let me know your questions and suggestions in the comments!

RESTAURANT GRUNEWALDTURM

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GERMAN UNITY DAY STREET FAIR

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Sunday Documentary: Gaming Beyond the Iron Curtain: East Germany

by David @ Berlin Love

Gaming Beyond the Iron Curtain: East Germany is a short documentary about the personal computer and arcade video game industry in the GDR during the Cold War. As the narrator, Super Bunnyhop, summarises at the end of the video: If you ever need an example of the complicated intersection between politics and entertainment, look no […]

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Nabile Quenum at Maison Margiela Couture FW2014

by Marcy Swingle @ Gastro Chic

RIP to one of my fellow street style photographers, the Parisian Nabile Quenum, who contributed to Vogue, New York Magazine, … Continue reading

BERLINER BERG BRAUEREI

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C/O BERLIN

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Berlin’s Best Christmas Markets – 2017

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BERLIN BEST CHRISTMAS MARKETS GUIDE 2017 is out! From the last weekend in November until right after Christmas the city is “inundated” with some of the most magical and enchanting Christmas markets. In fact, there are more than 60 of those throughout the city. Locals gather together to celebrate and get cozy while drinking mulled wine, beer and eating some of the most yummy German street food. Another favorite activity at Christmas Markets is, of course, shopping for hand made Christmas decorations and trinkets. Several vocal and musical groups provide for a fun entertainment program. Not all Christmas markets are alike, so it is totally worth exploring a few during the season. Some of them are more exclusive and posh. Others are very popular and feel almost like Carnival fairs. Some are located in stunning landmarks like Charlottenburg Palace, Gendarmentmarkt Square or in little old neighborhood/village centers. Others take place on city’s open spaces, old factories and squares. The past couple of years has seen a surge of “specialty” Christmas markets and they range from Greek, Japanese, Vegan, you name it. These, even if fun,  tend to feel less “Christmassy” as the traditional ones, so we decided this year to focus on the ones [...]

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Indian Food in Berlin: Bahadur | Stil in Berlin

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I'm usually not one to hold off recommendations, there's no secret list of places I want to keep to myself, however, this one took a while and I have eaten here more than once since my first time in the summer. It's so, so, so delicious, I'm getting hungry just writing this, so I'm sorry I'm telling you just now… however, better late than never: here's a really good Indian restaurant in Wilmersdorf called .

Neighborhood Guides – Berlin City West

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City West is booming again. The surroundings of Tauentzienstrasse – and its extension Kurfürstendamm – are having a 3rd rebirth. The area started developing in the Wilhelmine era, when it was not yet part of Berlin, after the construction of the train station at the Zoological Garden, which helped Berlin expand its boundaries to the west. It was conceived as a commercial and entertainment center of the German Empire’s capital, in addition to the historical centre in Mitte. It was led by the Kurfürstendamm transformation into a boulevard and the opening of the now centenarians department store KaDeWe and the Theater des Westens, two of the most emblematic constructions of that time. Foto:KSP Jürgen Engel Architektenhttps://www.berliner-zeitung.de/1546538 During the Weimar Republic, the area was incorporated to Berlin and was synonymous of the decadent luxury of the Golden Twenties. After the bombardments during the Second World War, the center of West Berlin lived its second  life and it was considered as a window of the progress and the “economic miracle” of West Germany in the 1960s. From 1961 to 1989, when the city was divided by the Wall, the area was developed to be the counterpart to the old town center in [...]

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CÔ CÔ BANH MI

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Coming Up: ChungKing Noodles | Stil in Berlin

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Oh yes, it's cold outside. And what we Germans call , which is so much more than uncomfortable, more like the opposite of cosy, a complete lack of comfort… What helps, you ask? A big bowl of spicy and numbing Chongqing Noodles! They're rare in Berlin, I only know one place to get them: at , who're having a pop up next week in Prenzlauer Berg!

Are You Daring Enough to Eat This Indian Food With Your Hands?

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

“When in Malaysia, thy must eat Indian food. ” – the hungry prophet. Wait a minute. But what about Malaysian food? Well, like

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Stiefelkombinat-Berlin

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Isarstraße | Stil in Berlin

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Berlin’s tourist traps and how to avoid them

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Cool, amazing, cheap, creative, diverse, unforgettable… All these adjectives can certainly be used to qualify how vibrant and exciting a visit or a long stay in Berlin can be. The German capital has countless attractions, sights and landmarks to keep you busy any time of the year. However, like in every big city, some places can be real money-greedy lures and worth skipping. Let’s be honest: they do not deserve even a peek! So, if you want to take the best of your “Berlin experience”, we selected some of the touristic places you can avoid while visiting our lovely city. We also propose at least one trap-free alternative for each one of them. Here are Berlin’s tourist traps and how to avoid them!   Taking a selfie at Checkpoint Charlie. Checkpoint Charlie takes the cake as the mother-of-all-tourist-traps! Today, everything about this historical site is fake: the guardhouse standing there is a replica, the soldiers wearing U.S. Army uniform are actors and even the picture of the so-called Charlie officer is a trickery. ALSO…for the record…the name of the checkpoint (the real one that no longer exists) used by foreigners and diplomats during the Cold War era, was taken from the [...]

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Bahadur | Stil in Berlin

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Tai Chi at Daybreak: 5 Days in Hanoi, Vietnam

Tai Chi at Daybreak: 5 Days in Hanoi, Vietnam

by Santé Bon Viveur @ Santé Bon Viveur

Last month I had my fantastic first trip to Vietnam. I've got so much I want to share about this fascinating country and its food and culture, and I'll be writing several themed posts over the coming months. But just for now, these are extracts adapted from my journal, written while I was in Hanoi, and some of which I published on Facebook and Instagram at the time. They are not comprehensive at all, but just scratch the surface of all I did and saw, highlighting one stand-out experience from each day, in the same style as the journal I've already posted from my time in Ho Chi Minh City/Saigon.

Wegbier: Berlin’s Bargain Beer Map

by David @ Berlin Love

Berlin is pretty cheap when it comes to beer but I’ve noticed that Späti prices can vary wildly so I came up with Wegbier – Berlin’s Bargain Beer Map to keep track of the best value options. One of the reasons I fell in love with Berlin was the freedom to drink a beer as […]

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Sommersünde in Rot // Die beste Erdbeer-Tarte der Welt

Sommersünde in Rot // Die beste Erdbeer-Tarte der Welt

by Mareen @ Blog - ohwego

Am Wochenende war fieses Schwitzen angesagt - zumindestens bei uns in Berlin. Bei 36 Grad Außentemperatur fiel mir (so als fast Hochschwangere) jegliche Bewegung schwer ...

Café Achteck – Berlin’s Green Pissoir

by David @ Berlin Love

If you’ve spent time wandering around Berlin you may have occasionally noticed a small green metal hut that looks a little like a summer house but did you stop to wonder what it was? The structure you noticed, known locally as a Café Achteck (Octagonal Café), is actually a toilet. I saw my first Café […]

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BERLINER DOM

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Berlin for free – part I

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It is a fact: Berlin is still one of the top budget destinations in Europe. The German capital has a lot to offer with its touching history, diverse neighborhoods, affordable food and accommodation options. Not to mention the infinite nightlife choices. Although prices have consistently risen in the last years (especially for the locals), Berlin has a plethora of activities and attractions that are totally free of charge! So it was only natural that we dedicated some time to give you tips for enjoying Berlin for free!  In fact, there are so many free-of-charge activities that we decided to publish this article in two parts! Make sure to read them both before deciding where to spend your time! Find “Berlin for free – part II” here! Most of the places are more enjoyable in the warmer seasons, when people spend their spare time in the parks and lakes all over the city and take advantage of the late sunsets. However, in the colder months, Berlin offers plenty of nice indoor activities as well. The first and most basic thing you will need is to maintain high levels of nutrients in your body (also known as getting food). And in Berlin you [...]

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District Mot - Berlin Food Stories

District Mot - Berlin Food Stories


Berlin Food Stories

District Mot opened up its doors in the old location of Chi Sing on Rosenthaler Straße early 2013. With a groundbreaking Vietnamese street food concept,...

Gourmet Eating in Saigon: Restaurant Review of Noir. Dining in the Dark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Gourmet Eating in Saigon: Restaurant Review of Noir. Dining in the Dark in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


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Have you ever eaten an undisclosed three course meal completely in the dark and had to say what it is? If not, then read on to find out what it feels like! The restaurant Noir. Dining in the Dark i…

Vegetarian Thai food: Kin Dee | Stil in Berlin

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One of my favourite openings of the year was without a doubt , the Thai restaurant under the direction of head chef Dalad Kambhu and restaurant manager Moritz Estermann that took over the space of renown  in the spring. From the start, Dalad made a point of focussing on the strengths of her home country's cooking: fresh, high quality ingredients and intense herb & spice mixes. That's why she rather uses local produce like kohlrabi or radishes than imported veggies, and makes all her pastes in house. And much to my delight, she also included plenty vegetarian dishes from the beginning. By now, six months after opening their doors, there's a full on vegetarian menu with many new dishes, that I can very much recommend. And for all you non-veggie friends out there: the meat and fish options are seriously delicious as well, my fellow eaters usually drool over the confit octopus with Kaprao sauce, some of them saying it's the best they've ever eaten.

Schwein Berlin

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Tausende Berliner warten auf Leistungen

Tausende Berliner warten auf Leistungen

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Durch eine Gesetzesänderung wurde der Anspruch auf Unterhaltsvorschuss deutlich erweitert. Die Bezirke arbeiten Antragsstau jetzt langsam ab.

Nithan thai Restaurant

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SUPERFOODS & ORGANIC LIQUIDS

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Berlin Street Guides – Ryckestraße in Prenzlauer Berg

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We love Berlin’s unique neighbourhoods – there are so many interesting streets to explore across the city. One of our favourites is Rykestraße, a wide, tree-lined street in Berlin’s Prenzlauer district. Not only is this street FULL of things to keep you busy should you find yourself hungry or wanting to do a bit of shopping, it also has two very notable sights: the Wasserturm Prenzlauer Berg, and the Rykestraße Synagogue. Photo by Natalie Lunt. Rykestraße runs from the Wasserturm on the corner of Knaackstraße to Danziger Straße. It’s not a particularly long street for Berlin, but there’s more than enough to see and do. The synagogue is Germany’s largest and the second biggest Jewish place of worship in Europe. The building has been around since 1904, surviving the Second World War relatively undamaged. Today it can hold up to 2000 worshippers inside. It’s worth taking a look at its beautiful interior and tours are available during the week in both English and German. Photo from Jüdische Gemeinde zu Berlin’s Website. The Wasserturm is Berlin’s oldest water tower, and was in use until 1952. An adjacent machine hall was actually the first concentration camp in Nazi Germany, though this building [...]

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BURGERS & HIPHOP

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Malaysian Food in Berlin: Ma-Makan | Stil in Berlin

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The other day, I more or less spontaneously ended up at a brunch pop-up by Ma-Makan at Home, the coffee shop in Neukölln's Jonasstraße: chef Kaylin Eu served Nasi Lemak, curry puffs, and onde onde. And wow, that Malaysian breakfast spread was so delicious, fresh, spicy, herby, and just all of everything I wanted to have on that particularly rainy and cold day.

La Lucha Berlin Modern Mexican Restaurant

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Goodbye Berlin

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All posts about Barcelona have been moved to: www.foodieinbarcelona.com I’ve moved to Barcelona. Most of you probably already know that. Here you will find archives on my adventures in Berlin spanning three years. Berlin was a wonderful home to me and this website was the best part. I met my three best friends through it. And...

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Best tea houses and tea shops in Berlin

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We all know that the coffee game is strong in Berlin. The third wave craft coffee scene doesn’t stop developing, with newcomers and established cafés opening second, third addresses – and even their own roasteries. Coffee lovers are certainly delighted with the variety of good quality places they can find in Berlin. But what about tea lovers? Indeed, the tea scene is not as big, but there are some tea houses and tea shops that are definitely worth a visit if you are “a tea kind of person”. It does not matter if you like the British tradition or the Japanese tea ceremony. There is always a pleasant tea house waiting for you in Berlin. We selected five of the best tea houses and shops in town. Enjoy!   Tea houses:   Tee Salon Iki: It is definitely the paradise on Earth for herbal tea lovers! At this Greek tea house and shop, you will find a great selection of herbal and rare mountain tea options. We dare say that this is the best place to enjoy tea in Berlin! The seating area is small, but the back room is really cozy. It is a perfect spot to spend an afternoon [...]

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The Best Cheap Food in Berlin: Top 10 Eats Under 5 Euros

The Best Cheap Food in Berlin: Top 10 Eats Under 5 Euros


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High quality cheap eats in Berlin. Our favorite Turkish, German and Asian meals for under 5 Euros.

Lava, Delicatessen in Neukölln

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The storefront that precedes Lavanderia Vecchia is now home to Lava. A deli with mossy green walls and checkered tiles on the floor. A lone ham and 4 long salamis greet me when I come in. Doilies are pinned to the furniture at random intervals while barren wrought iron candle holders decorate the wall. The...

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Walled in! – The inner German border | DW English

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The computer animation Walled in! – The inner German border, which details the fortifications of the former boundary was produced by Deutsche Welle in cooperation with the Berlin Wall Foundation to mark the 20th anniversary of the fall of the wall. Save for a few remaining stretches preserved as memorials, the Berlin Wall is merely […]

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Besuch der großen Schwester

Besuch der großen Schwester

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Die Berliner SPD-Fraktion besuchte ihre Genossen in Hamburg. Dort hörten sie Erstaunliches, etwa zum Wohnungsbau.

All Top10 Locations from: street food berlin | top10berlin

All Top10 Locations from: street food berlin | top10berlin


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Ordering (and actually receiving) your packages in Berlin

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for some. For others, the Christmas season can be a real headache, particularly when living away from your home country. Receiving packages from loved ones is of course a nice treat, and ordering the things you like online from familiar shops you know and love can cure any homesickness for a short while. But, living as an expat in a city like Berlin, you’re likely to be receiving more items on average than the locals do, and that means waiting for multiple deliveries around this time of year. We thought it might be a good idea to give you a heads up about situations that often come up so you can plan in advance and avoid the hassle. In fact, we were super happy when our friends at Paypal invited us to collaborate this winter by giving you some understanding of the challenges of shopping online and actually receiving your packages in Berlin. Plus there is a cool tip in the end of this article…if you decide, after all, to return your packages. Experiences can include: racing to the intercom to answer the buzzer in a VERY quick fashion before the [...]

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Train Etiquette – The Berlin GIFs Edition

by David @ Berlin Love

One of the major arse-aches of train travel anywhere in the world is the inability of some people to grasp the basics of train etiquette. Almost every train journey involves some form of idiocy, lack of common sense or plain rudeness. I have lots of bugbears when it comes to train etiquette – feet on […]

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Sunday Documentary: Degenerate Art

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Degenerate Art is a documentary by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art based on the exhibition Degenerate Art: The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany that they put on at the Altes Museum in Berlin in 1992. As with the Nazi book burning of 1933, classifying particular works as degenerate art was part […]

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What It’s Like to Dine at the Best Restaurant in France

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At Mirazur, chef Mauro Colagreco has created a dining experience rated above all others in France, and done so in a tiny town on the border with Italy.

Saigon Street Food in Berlin: Chef's Night Out with District Mot

Saigon Street Food in Berlin: Chef's Night Out with District Mot


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Jung Grün & Blau, Private Kitchen, Moabit

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Do you remember what you were doing when you were 19? I vaguely recall watching too much TV, missing days at a time of University and harrumphing when the world didn’t lay down, prostrate and purring, at my feet. I only bring it up because this weekend a teenager accompanied by a newly minted twenty...

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Berlin for free – part II

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Now that we have given you quite a few tips on how to enjoy Berlin for free – Part I, we are delighted to share our second article on how to enjoy Berlin on a shoestring budget. Let’s start this article with tips for animal lovers! If hanging out with animals is your thing, you will be delighted to explore the urban farms spread all over Berlin. They can also be a Zoo alternative for the kids. Our favorite is open daily and it is called Domäne Dahlem. It houses an agricultural open-air museum, where you can get in touch with a rural way of life and forget that you are in the middle of the city! At the Hasenheide Park, there is an enclosed area for goats, sheep and turkeys, with some exotic animals, like llamas and camels. In the south of Berlin, the Gemeindepark Lankwitz has also an enclosed area with deer! And slightly out of town, the Tierhof Alt-Marzahn takes you back to the rural life of the early 20th century, with its lovely windmill and village vibes! Domäane Dahlem. Wikimedia Commons. Foto: Lotse   Literature: Bookworms can also find some free of charge pleasure in Berlin. Besides the [...]

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Mehr als nur ein Kinderwagen // Der Bugaboo Flagship-Store im Herzen von Berlin

Mehr als nur ein Kinderwagen // Der Bugaboo Flagship-Store im Herzen von Berlin

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Sich einen Kinderwagen zu zulegen, gleicht in gewisser Weise dem Autokauf. Wir Eltern wollen das gute Teil live bestaunen, anfassen und berühren ...

Curry, Pho, Bao, and Thai Food Rule Berlin — Here’s Why

Curry, Pho, Bao, and Thai Food Rule Berlin — Here’s Why


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If there’s a silver lining in any misery, Berlin’s street food is a gleaming example. One of the city’s blessings since the end of the Second World War is the flavors that arrived from afar and steadfastly seeped into its culture. Decimated from bombings and warfare and then ripped into two by politics, the city found itself seeking a foundation. It turned to other nations to assist. Workers came from Turkey, divided Vietnam, Thailand, and elsewhere. Seventy years later, Berlin’s food scene is an authentic mix of ethnic cuisines that might surprise visitors who think all of Germany is predominantly Bavarian in flavor. During her exceptional food tours, Samantha Reidie leads guests to some of the places where you can taste 21st-century Berlin. Bite Berlin’s Samantha Reidie carries currywurst from Curry 61 to her clients. Currywurst is the most popular food in the city. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)These bites will include a stop at District Mot, a Vietnamese eatery that has won a best burger competition in the city for five years in a row. That “burger” is a wheat rice bao bun stuffed with a beef patty that’s topped with a savory caramelized fish sauce. It is served with pickled vegetables, coriander, and soy bean skin. The burger, which costs 6 euros (about $7.20 USD), is part of the restaurant’s menu focused on “Saigon Street Food” and is emblematic of the impact immigrants have made on Berlin’s food scene.“The Vietnamese came to both the west and east side of Berlin, so you will find incredible pho restaurants throughout the city,” notes Reidie, whose tour company is called Bite Berlin. District Mot is one of Berlin’s many Vietnamese restaurants, which began to spread through the city in the 1960s. The colorful eatery serves “the best burger in Berlin.” (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)And she’s right. One of the first curiosities of Berlin you will notice is the proliferation of Asian restaurants. The North Vietnamese moved to the former East Berlin because of their government’s association with the Soviet Union, while the South Vietnamese arrived in the west. On either side of the Berlin Wall, both groups worked alongside other immigrants to help Germans rebuild the city. Their culinary influence suits Berlin, which has some of the best inexpensive food choices in Europe. The destination that should be at the top of any foodie’s list of places to nosh is Thai Park, which is the local nickname for Preussen Park in the city’s west side. On weekends, Thai Park fills with tents and home cooks toiling beneath them. Think of an Asian night market that takes place during the day and with patrons who are primarily European and you might imagine both the atmosphere and the quirky charm of the spot. Want Real Asian Taste? Head to BerlinFor about 10 euros ($13 USD) you can enjoy a plate of Pad Thai prepared in a skillet before your eyes, and gyoza made from generations-old recipes, and fried coconut prawns, and a half-litre bottle of German pilsener. Better value you’ll never find. District Mot’s bao burger is loaded with flavors from the Far East. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)Thai Park is like much of Berlin. It’s unadorned, unsophisticated, unpretentious. It’s a land of WYSIWYG, and that’s utterly okay. If you do want fancy, you can head to Kaufhaus des Westens, the largest department store in continental Europe. Its sixth floor is full of gourmet food stations, including restaurants where you can find German favorites like Wiener schnitzel, cabbage rolls, and savory strudels. KaDeWe, as the mall is nicknamed, is celebrating its 110th year in 2017. It is worth a visit if only for the history. During the Cold War, KaDeWe was a symbol of West Germany’s prosperity, one of the places where the residents of the east coveted to go. Dumplings abound in Thai Park, where they are fried for you as you wait — with your mouth watering, no doubt. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)But it is on the streets where you’ll get to know Berlin’s contemporary tastes and culture. The journey will include currywurst, which arrived in the world by serendipity. A woman in East Berlin bartered with British military officers stationed at checkpoints along the Berlin Wall, giving them alcohol in exchange for any food better than the rations doled out to East Germans. The British provided her with ketchup and curry powder. Not knowing what to do with the ingredients that were foreign to her, she combined them in a pot and poured them over two items with which she was familiar — sausage and bread. Years later, currywurst — slices of sausage smothered with ketchup and curry sauce, and served with bread or French fries — is the most popular food in Berlin. More than 17 million orders of it are consumed in a year. There are street food stalls serving it outside most train stations and at major corners in neighborhoods throughout the city. Berliners gather each weekend at Thai Park, which is filled with home cooks making authentic Asian food beneath tents and umbrellas. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)While North Americans can find artisanal versions of currywurst in restaurants like WVRST in Toronto or Bestie in Vancouver, the Berlin kind is — as you might suspect — not fancy or ambitious. It aims to give you sustenance with flavor, not a gourmet experience. Just like the city’s other street-food invention: the Doner (or Donair). The kebab filled with lettuce, onions, and tomatoes, and covered in a thick cream sauce was invented in the 1960s by a Turkish construction worker in West Berlin. Today, there are more than 1,000 doner shops in the city. Doner is wrapped in flat bread. And that’s the other delight in Berlin. Pad thai, anyone? You’ll have a difficult time finding any better than this dish in Berlin’s Thai Park. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)Germany has more than 3,000 varieties of bread. Meals in the country are named after bread, as Reidie points out. Breads, of course, can also mean pastries. One of Berlin’s great exports is the cinnamon bun, called the cinnamon snail in Deutschland. At Zeit für Brot, you’ll find delicious versions that are flavorful and not sugary sweet. How do you wash all of this down? Beer is the first option for many, but Germany also has outstanding white wines, and Reidie, who has an affinity for history as well as food, singles out one of the few surviving brands from East Berlin. The Champagne-style Rotkäppchen sparkling wine (whose name means “Little Red Riding Hood”) is much beloved in the city. In East Berlin, it was the only wine available to most people and remained popular after reunification in 1990. In 2002, the former East Berlin company that manufactured it famously bought out its counterpart in the west. Rotkäppchen, like so many other tastes you’ll discover in Berlin, has a story behind it and somehow that background makes it all the more satisfying to savor.MORE ABOUT VISITING BERLINPretzels remain one of Germany’s staple foods. Visitors will have plenty of chances to enjoy them while in Berlin. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)Getting Around: Berlin has an immense public transit system that covers seemingly every corner of the city. Buses and trains that run both above ground (S-Bahn) and below ground (U-Bahn) are frequent and efficient. The fares are multi-tiered, depending on how far you travel and for how long. As there are no turnstiles and few transit officers checking tickets, the city’s trains are operated largely on an honor system. Visit the public transit website for details on planning your trip.Where to Stay: The Sir Savigny Hotel is a delight. It is one of those trendy tech-savvy European hotels that takes a relaxed approach to guest relations. You are welcomed by a staff member who is free to roam around with a laptop so he or she can sit with you at a free space in the lounge to coordinate your check-in. Have a glass of water or order a drink through the process. Rooms are immaculate with an antique theme for its decor, and large, comfortable beds. Contemporary music plays in the lobby, elevator, and hallways (until about 9 p.m.). The on-site Butcher restaurant serves outstanding burgers and a fantastic breakfast featuring a buffet of breads, pastries, fruit, and cereals, and other options from the restaurant menu. Room Rates: Nightly weekend stays start at about 110 euro (about $133 USD), depending on the season. What to Do: The highly recommended Bite Berlin tour costs 40 euro ($47.80 USD) per person and lasts about three hours, with five food tastings and a glass of sparkling wine to finish. It starts at Hackescher Market in the city’s east end. Thai Park (see map below) runs from noon til about 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays when the weather is pleasant. Show up with blankets or folding chairs and prepare to enjoy the afternoon picnicking on the grass while enjoying vast amounts of Asian food made by home cooks.

Anna Durkes, Italian Ice Cream, Kreuzberg

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Anna Durkes in Kreuzberg makes gelato.  It’s smoother than your average Berlin kugel and creamier, its richness coats the mouth like butter. The shop isn’t your average eis laden. With an island of cream painted metal furniture looking like oversized stick insects in repose at its center.  On one side is a pale blue wall...

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Saigon Street Food in Berlin: Chef's Night Out with District Mot

Saigon Street Food in Berlin: Chef's Night Out with District Mot


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TOMMI'S BURGER JOINT

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Berlin’s 8 Best Burger Spots

Berlin’s 8 Best Burger Spots


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The nation's finest hamburgers don't even come from Hamburg...

Forsthaus Strelitz | Stil in Berlin

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My favorite Restaurants in Berlin right now

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First, a disclaimer: This is a list of my favorite restaurants in Berlin right now. I am sure there are a million other great restaurants that are worth a visit. My goal with this article is to give you a shortlist of where I like to eat these days. These restaurants have proven to deliver delicious food and satisfying experience, CONSISTENTLY. Yes, chefs and staff may have bad days, but I guarantee that these places have way more amazing days than otherwise. You may be disappointed, as I am not going to tell you about the *newest* restaurants in Berlin. Most of the places I am recommending have been around for a while. I catch myself going back and that, I think, is a good sign. I want to personally give you solid options that I truly love and are here to stay (I certainly hope so).  Take it as a recommendation between friends. I have also mostly selected restaurants that are not going to break your bank. They range from my trusted Turkish joint, where you can eat for 10 bucks to my favorite mid-range restaurants, where you can get an amazing dinner for around 60-70 Euros. If you [...]

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SHISO BURGER

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Rick Bayless-Style Instant Pot Chili

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I am a terrible procrastinator, but this winter I found my salvation: the Instant Pot! Here’s  a typical scenario: I … Continue reading

SMART DELI JAPANESE LUNCH

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District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin

District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin


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District Mot is a funky Vietnamese restaurant in Berlin Mitte selling Saigon street food and the De La Sauce, a fusion burger among the best in Berlin.

La Soupe Populaire, German Food, Prenzlauerberg

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Tim Raue’s newest venture is at the Bötzow Brewery.  Championing German food (yes – apparently it’s possible) in the original space of the former brewery. Two of us sit perched up high on leggy metal work.  Surrounded by Futuring, an exhibition by Eva & Adele (who were described to me as Berlin’s answer to Gilbert...

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Night Kitchen Berlin

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Glass, Contemporary Food, Charlottenburg

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Pinch me. I had a meal last night, a meal I would not have expected to find in Berlin for a while yet to come.  And I had it in Charlottenburg. I was invited to the evening by Gal Ben Moshe‘s PR agent, Regine.  I know Regine personally, her portfolio of clients is enviable –...

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CAFÉ NÖ WINE BAR & RESTAURANT

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VABRIQUE LUNCH HOTSPOT

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Why is Malaysia’s Awesome Capital Forgotten in the Western World?

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Modern, gigantic skyscrapers gazing down at centuries-old Chinatown. The smell of curry wafting from a family-owned Indian restaurant, colliding with the aroma of

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! : My 2017 Food & Travel in Pictures

HAPPY NEW YEAR! : My 2017 Food & Travel in Pictures

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In 2017 I set about changing my life. It's been a hell of a big year for travel, food, going to gigs, starting this blog, starting to work freelance, and lots more besides. Here's pics of just some of the highlights.

District Môt, Saigon Street Food, Mitte - Foodie in Berlin

District Môt, Saigon Street Food, Mitte - Foodie in Berlin


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So District Môt.  On the former site of Chi Sing and from the people who brought us Si An Trà Café and Chén Chè Tea House.  The design is like being whacked in the face with a bag of obvious.   It’s street food – so the whole place is meant to emulate that.  I’ve...Read More »

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Chicago Williams, BBQ, Mitte

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While I would argue that America’s soft power has taken some considerable hits over the last decade, its food culture is thriving abroad.  It crops up in the most unlikely places- like on Hannoversche Strasse.  A street that even a die-hard Mitte resident will struggle to locate.  There on the former site of BarCelona next to the...

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Tomato Chickpea Salad with Celery

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I’ve gotten into a good habit of late. After I drop Layla off at school, I come home and make lunch or however much of lunch can be made ahead of time. A recent favourite is Camargue rice with black beans loosely based on this Bon Appetit recipe. Another is a mung bean noodle salad...

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Zsa Zsa & Loui, Sandwiches, Neukölln

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If you want to find Berlin’s young entrepreneurs, you need to turn your attention to Neukölln and Kreuzberg. Two areas where you will find them cutting their teeth. (Probably as a result of a combination of cheap rents and a melting pot of young people hungry to try anything new.) Take Zsa Zsa and Loui,...

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Five Elephant Coffee & Cake | Stil in Berlin

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Lasan Restaurant | Stil in Berlin

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KÄTHE KOLLWITZ MUSEUM BERLIN

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Sunday Documentary: Berliner Trance

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Berliner Trance is a 1993 documentary that charts the rising popularity of trance music and the MFS record label from its origins in post-wall Berlin. Trance music is a kind of dance music which thousands of young people across Germany and throughout Europe are quite passionate about. It’s a musical movement which is gaining strength. […]

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MINH SAN VIETNAMESE FOOD

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10 of the best budget eats in Berlin

10 of the best budget eats in Berlin


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Berlin's best fast food joints and cheap eats including currywurst, buletten and Vietnamese noodles – available around the clock

Street Art Museum - Urban Nation

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Vietnamese dynasties

Vietnamese dynasties


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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.

"Verbraucher wollen wissen, woher ihr Essen kommt"

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Bauer Fritz führt die Demo „Wir haben es satt“ in Berlin für eine ökologischere Landwirtschaft an, während die Grüne Woche läuft. Dies sei jedoch keine reine Öko-Demo.

Fundamental Berlin

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The Best Places in Berlin 2018: A Map | Stil in Berlin

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The map has arrived! Clad in bright Pantone orange, the new and updated edition of the Best Places in Berlin map is a stunner – easily doubling as a mood-brightener during grey winter days. First and foremost, it's a collection of over 100 excellent places in Berlin to eat, drink, shop, and have fun. All of them were carefully selected by yours truly – only small-scale and independent businesses run by locals (albeit locals from all over the world).

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