The German kitchen situation is a little problematic in Berlin to say the least, most of the food you’ll find is either Swabian or Alpine, but this they do well. Like the one I am presenting you today with the simple name “Lebensmittel in Mitte” (Lebensmittel being one of those pretty German words, literally meaning means to live).
Mogg & Melzer is a small Jewish restaurant located next to Pauly Saal at former Jewish girls’ school on Auguststraße with a beautifully balanced interior design and very nice artworks lining the walls. Having visited it before, I hesitated writing about them since their vegetarian options are fine, yet not as noteworthy as is their pastrami. Which is why I took my friend Florian Duijsens for a lunch, when they invited me to check out their kitchen, to guarantee a fair review.
Daniel Bixel is back on Berlin’s baked potato scene but, sadly, only temporary!
Berlin is offering us some nice and sunny days, warm enough to enjoy lunch in the sun, as I did this week with my fashion blogging friends of This is Jane Wayne. Sarah and Nike suggested having a sandwich at the fabulous Luigi Zuckermann sandwich place since they were really hungry and Zuckermann’s sandwiches are surely suitable for that situation.