Vegan tapas, a bar with nearly 800 spirits, french fries or Korean-Spanish fusion cuisine — there's an incredible selection of bars and restaurants on Planet Berlin. And everywhere is packed with flavour!
A trio invented meat-free Spanish tapas for themselves, and their customers. Their tapas bar in Neukölln was furnished with finds from flea markets. (16.05.2019)
There are more than 800 high-proof specialty spirits to choose from, and are all sourced from small craft distilleries. A large selection of Dutch jenever, a juniper spirit, is the highlight. (16.05.2019)
The Portuguese-Greek Café in Prenzlauer Berg conveys a universal sense of belonging. The retro GDR interior dates back to the 1970s, and the baked goods are made by hand on the premises in authentic south European style. (16.05.2019)
Israeli Oren Dror has long had a great passion for a typical south German pastry. In his BrezelBar in Kreuzberg, he creates classic pretzels, and some coated in chocolate. For him, it's all about integrating. (16.05.2019)
Canadian interior designer Kyla Boyle and DJ Jeremy P. Caulfield came to Berlin in 2003. Their cafe has been serving classic Canadian cuisine, including bacon and apple chutney sandwiches, in Friedrichshain since 2008. (16.05.2019)
The restaurant and bar in Friedrichshain sources products for its Sicilian and Sardinian cuisine from areas that used to belong to the Sicilian mafia. Its name symbolizes the fight against organized crime. (16.05.2019)
With jars of pickles, pictures of Lenin and 1970s wallpaper, Ilja Kaplan and Georgij Solanik created a dacha, or Russian country house, in their Prenzlauer Berg restaurant. There are now three Datchas in Berlin. (16.05.2019)
Food is a family thing for Dudu founder, Nam Cao Hoai. He learned to cook as a teenager from his mother and today is the boss of a celebrated restaurant. (16.05.2019)
Venezuelan Sharon Schael spent years as a DJ before she swapped the decks for a fry pan and started to sell traditional arepa street snacks — cornbread pockets filled with meat or beans — in her Berlin food truck. (16.05.2019)
After Vladislav Gachyn quit his chef job at a three-star restaurant, he opened a french fries stand in Kreuzberg. The chips are served as full meals such as "Roastbeef" and "Peking duck" that combine diverse flavors. (16.05.2019)
In 1979, Handoyo Oedi left his homeland to study fashion in Berlin. At the age of 54, the fashion designer decided to switch trades and has been cooking Indonesian delicacies at Handoyo's Sate & Coffee since 2013. (16.05.2019)
When it comes to beer, the Germans are happy with a local pilsener. But at Herman bar in Prenzlauer Berg, Belgian Bart Neirynck aims to introduce his guests to the diverse beers of his homeland. (16.05.2019)
For former model Dalad Kambhu, Berlin is a laboratory. You can also taste this spirit in the newly interpreted Thai dishes presented at her restaurant in Tiergarten. (16.05.2019)
The special fusion of Korean and Spanish cuisine created by Bin Lee-Zauner and José Miranda Morillo in their Kochu Karu restaurant in Prenzlauer Berg has earned high praise, including from the Michelin restaurant guide. (16.05.2019)
Mate, a drink that promises sleep-defying alertness, is not only revered by Berlin night owls and IT nerds. A Brazilian and Indian founded the Meta Mate Bar in Prenzlauer Berg to showcase the South American drink. (16.05.2019)
Chef Diego Velazquez combines Peruvian and Japanese cuisine in his innovative Prenzlauer Berg restaurant. Nauta is named after a small town at the headwaters of the Amazon. (16.05.2019)
The Oslo Kaffebar is located in the award-winning Felleshus in Tiergarten, the joint residence of the Nordic embassies. The cafe's founder, Norwegian architect Kristian Moldskred, offers ultimate coffee enjoyment. (16.05.2019)
In the Finnish wine bar, Palsta, in Neukölln’s Schiller Kiez, natural unfiltered wines and Scandinavian cuisine make a perfect match. Owner Viivi Haussila-Seppo procures vegetables and herbs from a Berlin city garden. (16.05.2019)
While still a student, Georgios Chrissidis opened Restaurant Z in Kreuzberg's Bergmannkiez in 1987, offering traditional Mediterranean cuisine with a contemporary touch — and a wide selection of wines from his homeland. (16.05.2019)
When the Swiss actor and comedian Jennifer Mulinde-Schmid opened a restaurant in Kreuzberg, the menu transcended the obligatory fondue. (16.05.2019)
Barbara Saltmann has decorated her Caribbean restaurant in Moabit like a Jamaican beach bar. For more than ten years, her guests have come to experience the meaning of Ya-Man: Everything is ok. (16.05.2019)
When demanding restaurateurs give restaurant tips, you can usually count on them. It's one of many reasons to note this special list of favorite places on Planet Berlin.
Canadian interior designer Kyla Boyle and DJ Jeremy P. Caulfield came to Berlin in 2003. Their cafe has been serving classic Canadian cuisine, including bacon and apple chutney sandwiches, in Friedrichshain since 2008.
The restaurant and bar in Friedrichshain sources products for its Sicilian and Sardinian cuisine from areas that used to belong to the Sicilian mafia. Its name symbolizes the fight against organized crime.
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