Matcha tea is often mentioned when it comes to the new trendy super foods. I am told it is rich in vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium, all the ingredients one should be looking for, to keep one’s skin youthful and beautifully glowing.
I wanted to write about Sissi for quite a while. In my opinion, you get the best Wiener Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn there. It is an Austrian Restaurant as you might have discovered by me mentioning the dishes and it is absolutely amazing.
Von Michael Hetzinger – Meine „Da will ich hin“-Restaurant-Liste wurde in den letzten Jahren länger und länger. Schuld daran: Neukölln. Keine Frage also, dass ich mich begeistert der Neukölln-Tour von about curiosity anschließe.
To me, it seemed that place is a three room, one kitchen collaborative idea creating manufactory. I read about The Future Breakfast and Wildflowers Berlin placed at the Rag and Bone Man Café and Vintage Store, but the place is so much more.
What to drink if you are cool and hip? Well, easy during the daytime – third wave coffee and smoothies / juices (everything green and chia and Baobab). But when it comes to alcohol it’s getting difficult. Wine is too establishment, cocktails old fashioned, regular beer a bit working class.
Michael Hetzinger put „Gotcilla – Japanes BBQ Food“ in our „Places to go in Neukölln“ Board on Trello. Secretly I tried to make up routes away from a place serving deep fried food. It sounds grass, greasy, and oily.
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.
This one is definitely somewhere I will come back to. We just had lot’s of coffee and cake and other treats but, with our time running out, we were unable to sample all that we wanted to. But what I saw just looked amazing. All the cakes and sweets and the homemade bread! They also provide a lunch menu comprising Polish dishes and a handful of Italian classics – what I saw looked fantastic and smelled just as good. Not one of the diners left a single crumb on their plates so, either the food is really good, or all the customers were starving. I guess the first one. The atmosphere here was the most relaxed and energetic on our tour through Neukoelln. No one seemed to think they were particularly important but just enjoyed their time, the place and the food.
This very popular café by Ngoc Duong and Olivia Wood opened in 2011 and, as far as I know, hit the spot from the very beginning.
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.
Beautiful little shop filled with tesori e amore. The shop is the logical consequence of following Kerstin Finger’s passion for italian food and good graphic design.