I’m working on making this one a tradition: going out of Berlin on an Ausflug to Brandenburg, hiking through the forests and meadows to return and have a Chinese dinner with friends. All happening preferable on a Sunday late afternoon, so there’s enough time in the day to still do loads of nothing when I come home, which is very important for my weekend routine. Lucky me, many places in Berlin cater to those in need of a spicy feast, and this is one of my favs, especially because they serve a delicious gluten cake with mushrooms and peanuts, and a great plate of fried aubergine.
The popularity of Laksa is a bit of a weird case, wildly beloved in Melbourne, but reportedly harder to find in its country of origin, Malaysia, it is making a slow rise in popularity in Berlin. Especially during those cold days when the Siberian winds are making you shiver, a bowl filled with coconut broth and noodles is what we all crave. The Store Kitchen now has it on its lunch menu – and it’s vegan!
Bring on the balloons, the cake, and lots of confetti. It’s our favorite event’s third year birthday and we’re celebrating with the grilled, the crunchy and some good ol’ booty shaking. When? Where? Breathe burger fiends! Burgers and Hip Hop is back on the 3rd of December at Prince Charles to warm our cold bellies. Gathering our beloved crew and seven burger artists from all around town, we’re hoping to soothe your winter blues with the comfiest comfort food there is, burgers.
Brunch in Berlin has become so good, it’s sometimes even hard to decide where to go and indulge in morning food. It almost looks like as if this guide needs an update soon. What definitely has to go in there is The Future Breakfasts new weekend brunch at Isla Coffee in Neukölln – with their breakfast menu featuring their beloved eggs benedict, but also jerusalem artichoke hummus, panzanella and – probably most important – french toast! Or Arme Ritter, as we Germans call it.