Only open since last summer, Du Bonheur has already become our place to go for a sweet treat. The counter is always filled with homemade French pastries like almond croissants and Cannelés – no wonder that Du Bonheur’s Kitchen Tunes playlist is as well selected: Classics by Louis Armstrong and Cat Stevens are combined with French tunes by Camille and Zaz which gives it that special touch Du Bonheur is known for.
This week already marks more than 10 editions of Kitchen Tunes on this very blog and we couldn’t have thought of a more fitting feature than Pauly Saal: It’s the perfect place in Mitte if you have something to celebrate, or just want to treat yourself to something special! We already once had a look into the kitchen and with today’s playlist, we get to know even more about the behind-the-scenes of running a fine dining restaurant. Get ready to be surprised!
Many of you may already know Fräulein Kimchi from Street Food Thursday: famous for introducing Berliners to Ramen burgers, she not only knows a thing or two about preparing Kimchi – did you know that Lauren is also a trained opera singer? When working long late night shifts, we can only imagine her singing along to classics like Cindy Lauper or The Andrew Sisters in this week’s Kitchen Tunes! „It keeps me going when the tiredness sets in“, she says.
In this week’s Kitchen Tunes edition, we sneak into the kitchen of Fast Rabbit: Combining the concept of fast food using only vegan ingredients, they serve wraps in all their varieties. The vegan deli quickly became one of our favorite spots when in Prenzlauer Berg. So, here’s what the owners listen to while preparing their famous ‘dirty rolls’ – some Chilly Gonzales topped with Tame Impala!
These days, Berlin is experiencing Altweibersommer at its best. And our latest Kitchen Tunes playlist brings back the most beautiful summer memories: The owners of Two and Two café in Neukölln have collected their favorite songs they’re listening to while preparing their homemade French delicacies with a Japanese twist. Imagine a summer’s day, sitting outside in the sun with a cup of iced coffee – here’s the perfect soundtrack, with music from We Are Entfant Terrible to Haruomi Hosono!