Dinner

3 best German foods made with beer

It’s no secret that Germans have a passion for beer. It is, after all, the country’s number one beverage. To give you an example, there’s even a specific German word to describe that well-deserved beer after a day’s work: Feierabendbier! So if you’re walking around or taking public transportation in Berlin after

Best German Food in Berlin

Best German Food (savory) and the Berliner restaurants to try them. On this article about traditional German Food and restaurants in Berlin, we will cover some of the most iconic “German/Austrian dishes” and the best restaurants to get them. Mind you, “German food” has evolved and changed over time. Berlin’s

Typical German food – Berlin’s true local dishes

So you are in Berlin and you obviously would like to try typical German food. Personally I think that eating a people’s food is one of the most fun ways to get acquainted with its culture. Typical German/Austrian food classics are great, but I think you should consider starting with the true local dishes. That said, it is sometimes hard to

Beuster Bar Neighborhood Hotspot

A couple of my closest friends had raved about this place and insisted to take me there. Well…I checked it out last Sunday and I have to say: This is one of my favorite places in Neukölln at the moment! Beuster Bar delivers not only when it comes to drinks, but also when it comes to food and AMBIANCE! More on that in a second. Beuster Bar

Arminius Market Hall – old school market in Moabit

Since we moved to Berlin we have had the privilege of every once in a while exploring Arminius Market Hall in Moabit. Until recently it was just like making a trip to the past. To a Berlin that does not exist anymore. In many ways that identity is still there and we love it for it. But we also welcome the recent movement in making the food and

The Tree Craft Noodle House

What a find! The Tree Craft Noodle house is the cutest Chinese noodle house I have ever seen. Located in one of our favorite parts of Mitte, The Tree doesn’t  even look like a restaurant, let alone a noodle house. And that is a good thing, in this case. It feels like a mix of cozy art gallery and earthy tea house. Make sure to notice the
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