Food & Drink

Fire Tiger – best Asian food in the party mile

Partying and food are rarely a successful pas de deux. It’s virtually impossible to find good food in party hubs like the RAW area, specially in the evening, when all the nice cafés in Friedrichshain are already closed. Luckily, next to Berlin’s infamous Ballermann, just a few steps away from the S-Bahn Station Warschauer Strasse, the

Jolesch – best Austrian cuisine in Kreuzberg

Right at the heart of Kreuzberg, around the corner of the charming Lausitzer Platz, an institution of the Austrian cuisine has established itself over the past 25 years. The restaurant’s façade is twinned with beautiful pampres and offers cool shadows on a hot summer day. The beautiful interior revives the legendary Austrian coffeehouse

St. Bart Pub – not just the perfect Sunday Roast

We’d heard a buzz about this gastropub in Kreuzberg serving up Sunday roasts. So one wet and cold Sunday, we decided to head on down to St. Bart’s and see what all the fuss was about. We immediately felt welcomed by the friendly staff and the cosy, warm interior (just what we needed after being out in the rain). The crowd was a mix of

The top 3 can’t-miss Austrian pastries in Berlin

Austria has a long – and delicious – tradition of patisseries that spread all over the world the last few centuries. Austrian sweets were influenced by Central European cuisine under the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. Many believe that the proximity to the Ottoman Empire, with its unfailing sweet tooth, is what gave the Austrian

Berlin’s best alternative Christmas markets

The past couple of years have seen a surge of “specialty” Christmas markets and they range in theme from Latin, design, Japanese, vegan… You name it! These variations, though fun, tend to feel less “Christmassy” than the more traditional ones, but they’re perfect for those who are not entirely into the Christmas season. But keep in

Berlin’s Best Christmas Markets – 2018 edition

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
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