Just what one needs, a nice wine bar with excellent wines and small dishes from Tirol around the corner.
Finally, the French delights from Aux Merveilleux de Fred are available for the Berlin gourmand now as well. The beautiful Cafe & Patisserie has just opened six weeks ago. You can buy the whole range of the famous baking goods you may know from Paris. Not only „Les Merveilleux“ but also „Le Cramiques“ – a fluffy, white bread with Raisins, sugar coating or chocolate bits. Delicious is not enough to describe this bread.
Insonne means sleepless. I sometimes wonder how Cafè Owners come up with the names for their businesses. There might be an interesting story behind the name.
Kantstraße in Berlin is well known as small Asia. There is one Asian Restaurant after another, and the „Prince“ of it seems to be The Duc Ngo. He owns the very popular Restaurants Kuchi, Next to Kuchi, Madame Ngo, 893 Ryōtei and some more not at Kantstr.
It is the 6th of may and neither spring nor summer is in sight. That is very depressing. But we are Berliner so weather is what you make of it, summer is when you have an ice cream.
The Village is a little café and bistro in Charlottenburg. Their speciality is American style dishes. If you think Burgers, you are so wrong. More like Carrot Cake, New York Cheesecake, Bagels, Pies, Turkey Club Sandwich and other delicious dishes cooked with an American twist.
Le Labo Fragrances store in berlin Schlüterstraße. A visit is a beautiful feast for the senses.
Living in Berlin, means having every day the possibility to go to another super cool, trendy Café, Restaurant or Bar. Well, I have neither the time nor the money. Further it is quite tiring all this trendiness. So if you know me a bit or follow me on social media you already know there are a few places I go regularly.
Kame – Japanese Café and Bakery in Berlin – Kirschblüten für Gottfried Wilhelm Japanese Baking goods for us. Well, it wasn’t by chance that my friend Mark discovered a Japanese Café and Bakery in Berlin. Kame had to be found by him, him and his obsession for everything Japanese.
Well, that’s the thing with Berlin, being in the press for being one of Europe’s most trendy, cool, cheap, party city only shows one little bit from this beautiful city. Almost every real Berliner will inform you this reputation has not so much to do with the city we grew up. Berlin is a very green“ city. There are many parks like the Tiergarten (210 hectares (520 acres)), Tempelhofer Park, Mauerpark and many, many more. Furthermore 18 % of the Area of Berlin is Forrest, like the Grunewald and the Spandauer Forrest.
Everybody is buzzing about this place and because it happens to be located in my neck of the woods, I guess I want to make sure I mention it as well.
Long Story Short, is a cafe & shop in Berlin-Charlottenburg. I can’t believe this little treasure was found by Jonathan and not me – usually, I am the Kaffeetante.