Something’s going on in the long neglected restaurant scene of Prenzlauer Berg. At the same spot where David Macé recently tried but failed to get Berliners to like his Pink Flamingo Pizza that worked so well with the Parisians, the French Julien Ponthieu and the Belgian Olivier Lapeyre opened a new French bistro-restaurant and called it Les Valseuses.
In case you’re also still missing those very fine baked potatoes Bixels sold at their Mulackstraßen shop, this might be something for you to sooth the pain.
Enjoying your green thumb though living in a major city is one of the most popular things of the last years. Urban Gardening is a buzz phrase, also in Berlin, that offers probably the most free space to act out agricultural desires.
Now that bubble tea has swept the city, it’s worth asking: Just where do all those bubbles come from?
Sarah Wiener is an Austrian chef popular in Germany, her brand got several restaurants in Berlin and has just recently expanded her venture to baking bread.