This recommendation comes with a bit of a catch, because this is not a place you can just go and order anything. Some items on the menu are delicious, some are surprisingly bland. And while I am usually the first to rule a place out because of inconsistency, the dishes that are made well, are so good, you won’t find them anywhere else in Berlin… Like the Doengjang Jigae, a stew made of Korean fermented soy-bean paste.
Archive: September 2015
Hallesches Haus, that gem in the wastelands around Hallesches Tor, just opened their shiny and bright new restaurant area. Twice the size of their shop and beautifully lit by a skylight, it’s obviously as beautifully decorated as the rest of the shop: Prouvé lamps hanging over giant Nuts & Woods oak-steel tables, many thriving succulents on used wooden sideboards, tiled floors and speckled enamel lights. With the new space comes a full, open kitchen, where they are preparing simple yet delicious lunch bites, sandwiches, cakes and cookies.
In this episode we catch up with owner Tarik Yakar and his business partner Rami Nasser who tell us how they came up their laid back yet stylish approach to men’s haircare and grooming. From beards to fades to close shaves – if you want it, they can do it. Watch the video and check them out for yourselves at Barbers!
So it’s not like we’re over burgers, not at all. But to keep the love fresh, we’re taking a time-off to kindle with another burning fast food favorite: the hot dog. Taking over our favorite club Prince Charles – Burgers & Hip Hop is coming back as Hot Dog & Hip Hop on October 3rd! This hijack has been coming a long time, Berlin has recently been taken over by a new crave for hot dogs and we highly appreciate that. We will feature the finest doggs in the city and of course we’re celebrating the
burger Hot Dog Feast! Read on to find out more about the pre-sale ticket that gets you all the doggs!
There are certain moments in one’s life, where all you want is a delicious Korean burger, a portion of Kimchi fries and an ice-cold ginger beer. You know what I’m talking about, right? Lucky us, there’s a source not too far away: the very well known diner Ban Ban Kitchen on Hermannstraße is serving exactly that. (And thanks to that, now also part of our beloved veggie and vegan burger guide.)
The place is not more than a tiny take-out with some wooden benches and shaky metal stools in front, however, it is charming and beloved, thus always having a line. We went for a soy-bulgogi-burger with cheese and a portion of generously kimchi-ed fries with even more goujoned soy and plenty sauce. Not to forget the intense ginger beer fresh from a can. Just making the perfect, fast-food Sunday dinner.