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). It’s interior is probably modeled after one of those alpine huts you reach after hours of hiking to have a plate full of high caloric Käsespätzle or Rostbratwürstchen with Stampf, just that Mitte lacks the mountainous streets. Anyway, spaetzle with cheese and grilled sausages with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut for 8,50 Euros each have this heartwarming taste no matter how sporty you are, and “Lebensmittel in Mitte” does them perfectly. Service itself is quick but certainly ranking behind the food in charm and quality.