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

Nobelhart & Schmutzig Speiselokal

There is simply no question about it. NOBELHART & SCHMUTZIG SPEISELOKAL ‘s experience is one of the must-stops for every foodie visiting or living in Berlin. This unconventional and beautiful dining experience has certainly made a mark on Berlin’s new gastronomy scene. No wonder it just got its first Michelin Star. Awesome

Sarah Wiener Café

Whenever we catch ourselves going for the amazing contemporary/modern art exhibitions at Hamburger Bahnhof (Museum of Contemporary Art – a former Train Station in Mitte), we simply have to stop by this place. SARAH WIENER CAFÉ HAMBURGER BAHNHOF is a great German/Austrian style Café and Restaurant option if you are around this part of


Having good food for dinner is always fun. Couple that with dining inside a former electricity substation built back in 1928 (hence the name of the restaurant). The experience is complete. We had heard good things about VOLT SEASONAL GERMAN CUISINE and were curious to try it. And we wish we had come here sooner. We will definitely go back. This

Lunch Hotspot – FABRiQUE

VABRIQUE is a lunch hotspot located in a very atmospheric “former factory” inner courtyard in Kreuzberg. Just take the subway (U-8) to Moritzplatz and walk for 5 minutes to get here. Once you get to the courtyard you won’t resist but explore a bit before going in. It is so atmospheric!  And it has some of the coolest office

Café Nö – Wine Bar & Restaurant

CAFÉ NÖ WINE BAR & RESTAURANT is a German…well…Swabian restaurant/wine bar. We had always biked past this place on our way to the gym. For the longest time we thought it might be an interesting place to try. Of course (as with everything that is too easy) it took us forever to try it. Thanks to one of our German friends that
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