Posts tagged restaurant
Posts tagged restaurant
Potsdamer Platz 5,
10785 Berlin, Germany
Fast food chain in Berlin that serves salad, pasta and pizza. You line up and order then you will get an alert when your food is ready. Its a decent meal when you’re in a hurry but when you go during peak, the line is just so long.
Lebensmittel in Mitte
10178 Berlin, Germany (Mitte)
+49 030 275 96 130
Another authentic german restaurant, since it was the night before we left, we had to have one last taste of the original weiner schnitzel. But what would really make me come back is the dessert - Kaiserschmarrn, which is an austrian pancake that’s crispy on the outside and chewy inside. Served with plum and vanilla ice cream. WOW!!!
More of Don Camillo!
Loved their dessert too, it was my first time to try blood sausage, which they cook in front of you also.
This is probably the restaurant my dad enjoyed the most. We had his birthday dinner here as recommended by my brother. It is owned by an old italian guy named Don Camillo. He not only is the chef, but he’s there to serve you.
They don’t have a regular menu but they will present to you choices based on what they were able to get from the market on that day. They will show you everything raw and if they can, they will cook it in front of you to show you that they are cooking it from scratch as you can see in the photos.
Honestly, everything was good because everything was so fresh. They were also one of the few restaurants that had fresh fish that wasn’t either salmon, monk fish, or cod.
Be prepared to spend around 50 euros each depending on what you order.
Right beside our hotel was this turkish restaurant. As I’ve said in my previous posts, turks are the largest immigrants in Berlin so most turkish restaurants are authentic.
This was really good, since we love Kobideh here in Manila, it was so good to actually try a more authentic one that the ones we find here. Everything was good even their baklava.
They also have other branches.
10117 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 33006070
This has just recently become a 1 star michelin rated restaurant this year. Its usually full also so make sure to reserve, its usually better to reserve for lunch or early dinner, otherwise I think you need to reserve like 2 weeks in advance.
Loved the menu of this place, it was super simple - like 3 main courses then you just choose and they again charge you per person. We had Pomeranian Ox Entrecote and Glazed thick ribs from the pomeranian ox. I prefer the entrecote because it was so soft and tasty. It also comes with sides, at that time it was asparagus season so that’s what we got.
We loved it so much, we came back for my dad’s birthday lunch a few days later!
P.S. Be ready to spend around 50-70 euros per person - not so bad for a michelin rated restaurant actually. If you go to one in Paris, you will be spending around 200 euros per person.
This hip bar and restaurant was a popular one. It just so happen we were able to get a table for 8 on the same day but its usually full so make sure to call before going there.
They are known for their pork which was slow roasted for 12 hours at very low temperature, it comes with sides and if you order that they will charge you 20 euros per person for whoever will eat the pork and they will give you a portion enough for those that ordered. This is also what they’re known for so make sure to order it. It actually melts in your mouth!
Neue Promenade 4,
10178 Berlin, Germany
We just wanted to stay in the area and decided to try something different from 1840. I felt it wasn’t really a steakhaus but something more like a Chilis. They had fajitas and burritos, burgers and skewers. It was ok but nothing really to go back to.
Lemon Gras Restaurant & Catering
+49 0331 5888 484
My dad was already so desperate to have Asian food so we found one in the internet with good reviews and ended up here. Its owned by a German and his Thai wife. His wife is the chef and of course it was pretty authentic considering we were in Germany.
One thing about Europe is that you realize that Asian food is really more expensive than German food. It felt good that after around 10 days of eating German food we were finally able to eat good authentic Thai food. Would definitely recommend this place.
Apparently known as the restaurant where the stars usually go. We had no idea it was a popular one, we just followed the list of our friend since its specialty is Wiener Schnitzel. One serving of their schnitzel is too big for a regular Filipino so its best to share. Of course, I ordered asparagus again. This place probably serves one of the best schnitzel’s in town. Although, its quite expensive, I would try it at least once.