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    M&M Back: Cheapest Breakfast In Town

    by johngayton Updated Jan 30, 2012

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    Although I'd already had breakfast at my apartment (a grilled salami and cheese sandwich on rye which I delighted in making for myself)) I had an urge for a sweet nibble before my day out in the city proper. This little bakery/takeaway at Adenhauer U-bahn proved ideal - a well-filled flaky pain au chocolat set me back something like 69 cents and I could have had two for an extra 20. Coffee was a similar sort of price and so my second breakfast of the day was under 1.50 Euros.

    This place was doing a roaring trade with a constant stream of locals picking up their nibbles, mostly to takeaway, and the three woman running it were busy making mountains of sandwiches any time they weren't serving so obviously they were expecting a busy lunchtime too.

    I don't know whether this is part of a chain but is definitely worth keeping an eye open for if you get the munchies.

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    Ho Vang: Good Vietnamite Food

    by gnomomami Written Dec 29, 2011

    It's located in Rosa-Luxemburg Strasse. During the summer, you can sit outside on benches. In winter, the inside ambience is well decorated, friendly and informal. There's a good variety of foods and tea on the menu. The price is cheap.

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    Ristorante Piaggio: Italian food in Berlin's south

    by MD2nd Updated Aug 27, 2011

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    Another Italian place that demonstrates, customers have all reason to be fond of Italian food at least if it's real Italian food at a real Italian restaurant with real Italian folks. And that's the case with Ristorante Piaggio. We had zuppadi pesce, fogaccia rosmarin, asparagi con salsa, insalata con gambaretti. Bread was served hot, and most delicious. Great service, nice waiters, and good looking. Portions are almost too big. Their restaurant is right beside the University and there for popular among students.

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    Restaurant Nord Sud: Cosy cuisine francaise in Berlin

    by MD2nd Updated Aug 27, 2011

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    Gfs and me found that cosy French place by coincident after we made it back from Friedrichstadtpalast. It's a nice and quiet place close to the theater (Friedrichstadtpalast). Restaurant looks modest it's yet less modest than my photo shows, and it's really, really cosy & inviting. Since we passed by there pretty late we had no dinner but some Cidre (sort of wine) & mineralwater. That French dude (owner I guess) was really kind. Have never met such kind French ppl in France. He reminded me on that wine grower dude from the French Kiss movie.

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    Restaurant Bombay: Things from southern India

    by MD2nd Updated Aug 27, 2011

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    Gfs and me had some nice India salad with chicken, and what I found really extra ordinary was the warm served bread, and side dishes, I unfortunately don't know the name of. There as well the food was colorful looking and nice tasting. Very nice service as well.

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    Ristorante Il Mulino: Italian food in Berlin's north

    by MD2nd Updated Aug 27, 2011

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    This place is really Italian. Their cooking is Italian, their way of making and serving food is Italian, and folks there are Italian. Very friendly. Food at Il Mulino is worth to go and eat there again. Gf and me had great tasting pizza with spinachi and fantastic, fresh, salad with pine nuts. Mineralwater. To me the proof of some well made meals, starts with the way they make salad. If salad is served with vinegar or lemon juice, oil, and some pepper, then to me that dining place is already pretty perfect. If a restaurant serves salad covered by mayonnaise and remoulade or any greasy sauce, that's not a good index except it would be American ranch dressing.

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    Uncle Sam: Uncle Sam in Berlin-Zehlendorf

    by Maria250 Updated Aug 17, 2011

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    Uncle Sam is a very nice and cosy place right on hasty Berliner Street. And Uncle Sam finally is a place with American TV channels provided. Nice food in almost too big of portions. Cook & owner is a nice American guy. Their chili is great. Beside chili, gfs and me had different, very tasty burgers. Biggest plus: beside yummy food, it's not smokey there. Restroom is comfortable for handicapped ppl.

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    Play Off: Play Off in Berlin-Mitte

    by Maria250 Updated Aug 17, 2011

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    Neat place at the upper floor of the big mall Potsdamer Arkaden, friendly folks, attentive waiters, yummy food that made me again feeling homesick for the states. Had apple pie & whipped cream and cafe latte.

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    Texas Steak International: Texas Steak in Berlin-Lankwitz

    by Maria250 Updated Aug 17, 2011

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    This restaurant serves international food, and many beef made meals. Thought their menu yet seemed to be rather oriental-greek style than Texan. However, this Berlin Texas Steak International place is worth to try. Restaurant's green, quiet surroundings and park is very inviting. Food there is served in generous portions at low prices. Had tomato soup with fresh, white bread.

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    Montecruz: Montecruz in Berlin-Kreuzberg

    by Maria250 Updated Aug 17, 2011

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    This little coffeehouse/restaurant is tucked in the heart of Berlin and offers decent, healthy food, and a very relaxed and nice atmosphere where it's easy to let the world pass by for a moment. Nothing fancy but calm and cosy. Had fruit-salad and yoghurt with honey and a mug of coffee latte. All very fresh and healthy.

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    Restaurant Kula Karma: Kula Karma in Berlin-Mitte

    by Maria250 Updated Aug 17, 2011

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    Friendly waiters. Kinda oriental looking atmosphere and interieur. To me a bit of light lacking. Fantastic yet stuffing food. Gf and me had caesar salad de luxe, gost cheese, trio of asia, then most delicious creme brulee, milk coffee, soda, apple juice mineral water. All really great tasting.

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    Paradise Garden-Landhaus Soehnel: Paradise Garden in Berlin-Zehlendorf

    by Maria250 Updated Aug 17, 2011

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    Happened to get there on gf's birthday. It's a lovely place to hang out on a warm summer day, with restaurant's table & seats right at the Griebnitz lake. A wonderful yet hidden spot that earlier was a part of former GDR. Big minus: almost no parking spots. Subway station Griebnitzsee is pretty close to the restaurant.

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    Everywhere you turn around.: FOOD in Berlin. You gotta love it!

    by AliyahGen Written Jul 20, 2011

    Oh I love it, I LOVE IT, I love IT!
    Everywhere you turn around you see little restaurants with character.
    Everyone is unique and special. There are all different kinds of restaurants and coffee buffets.. =)
    There is everything you want. Chinese food, mexican, Italian, thai food, asian, seafood, german, vegetarian house, barbecue, healthy food.. everything is there. There are also lot's of fast food places for the ones who like them. Burger king, Mc'Donald, KFC, Subway, Wendys..
    There is also a lot of diferent Street buffets and Coffe houses, Ice-cream and local restaurants. But the most I love a fresh smell of bakery, bread that's still warm and nicely shaped.
    I can't tell about specific ones with names, because I like all of them. If you'r interested in specific one, you can always ask me and I'll be happy to give you my advice!

    Favorite Dish: KFC - Grilled chicken abd rice bowl

    MEXICAN - Super Quesadilla
    (Two flour tortillas with melted cheese, grilled lightly; With Beef, Chicken or Pork)
    -Enchilada
    (is a corn or flour tortilla rolled around a filling and covered with a chili pepper sauce)

    CHINESE - Sweet and Sour Pork
    (Marinated pork deep-fried in batter (some versions use less batter than others), with a sweet and sour sauce.)
    -Yangchow Fried Rice
    (This is a very colorful fried rice dish, made with shrimp or prawns and ham or barbecued pork)
    - Mu Shu Pork
    (Stir-fried marinated pork mixed with bits of scrambled egg, tree ears and lily buds. Normally served with mandarin pancakes. The dish is supposed to represent a colorful forest, with the pancakes forming the ground or base.)

    ASIAN - Deep Fried Chicken Dumpling
    (Curry flavour dumpling with chicken, onion and mushroom filling)
    - Vegetarian Fried Rice Thai Style
    (Fried rice with diced vegetable, chilli & sweet basil)
    - Singapore Noodles
    (Spicy rice noodle fried with roasted barbeque pork, baked ham, prawn, pepper, bean sprout, spring onion.)

    BARBECUE - Beer-marinated steaks, or meat with a beer-based BBQ sauce
    - Grilled pork chops

    ITALIAN - Asparagi Avvolti in Prosciutto di Parma
    (Asparagus wrapped in Parma ham, grilled with Parmesan and served with Hollandaise sauce)
    - Antipasto Misto Platter
    (a selection of Italian meats, olives, sundried tomato, capers, artichoke, baby Mozzarella balls and sliced bread)

    VEGETARIAN (healthy food) - Submarine sandwich on French bread/ cold or broiled
    - Rice Pilaf With Tofu/Tempeh And Veg
    Here I can tell you about Cafe Vux. It's a vegetarian/vegan type shope, even to take out.
    It's shop that serves soups, salads, bagel sandwiches, and treats. Also offers a variety of hot and cold beverages such as coffee, teas, and fruit smoothies. Features a special Brazilian Feijoada meal on Saturday. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. I LOVE IT.
    Adress of this one is here: Richardstr. 38 (at Karl Marx Platz); 12043 Berlin

    BAKERY - Banana nut muffin

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    Hirsch: A cosy Kneipe

    by toonsarah Updated Jul 14, 2011

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    On our first evening in Berlin we decided to walk from our hotel near the Ostbahnhof to an area described in the Lonely Planet guidebook, “Berlin Encounter”, as the liveliest in the Friedrichshain quarter. It was quite a walk (much further than it had looked on the map) so when we came across this enticing local Kneipe a couple of streets before our destination, we found ourselves tempted inside. And we were very pleased that we had been distracted from our goal, as this proved a good choice for a simple dinner.

    It seemed to be a popular place with locals – several tables were reserved and a group that arrived shortly after us were greeted warmly and were clearly regulars - a good sign, we thought. We managed to secure one of the few tables in this cosy space, which consists of a couple of tiny inter-connected rooms. The rustic décor (more “shabby” than “chic”) is warmed by the glow of real candle-light, needed even in broad daylight in the rear room where we sat. In total I counted about five tables in the two smaller rooms, and a further five in a larger one to the side, which was behind a glass door and (I think) was where smoking is allowed. There are also about four tables outside on the pavement.

    The menu is fairly short, with an English version available if you ask, although the proprietors have got round the problem of a few hard-to-translate words by simply retaining the German! The cuisine focuses on “home-style Swabian cooking” (Swabia, or more properly Schwaben, is a region that lies partly in Bavaria and partly in Baden-Württemberg).

    Favorite Dish: The staples on the menu are Spätzle (a bit like a small pasta) and Maultaschen, a cross between ravioli and pierogie, each available in several different sauces. I chose the latter, roasted in the oven and served with a scrambled egg topping and a small salad. Chris had Spätzle in a ham and cheese sauce. Both were tasty and filling, and lived up to the billing of “good home cooking”. There were a few desserts available (pancakes or ice cream) but we decided on a second beer each instead! Talking of beer, we ordered the standard house draft beer but the helpful waiter told us that the pump was playing up and offered to bring a better choice for the same price, a refreshing Rothaus Tannenzäpfel Pils.

    Our bill for the two main dishes and four beers was €20.50 – very reasonable.

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  • Magnolia: Cozy local restaurant

    by Au77 Written Jul 11, 2011

    Ambience- relaxing, casual, unpretentious. Environment is old school wine bar. Neighborhood is multi-cultural and worth checking out. the sidewalks (tools are encased in cement in tribute to the laborers of the area) and the people reflect Berlin.

    Food-wonderful! All high quality ingrediants. My husband and I had fish (Steinbeisser) , homemade pasta and tasty pea soup. We liked it so much we ate there again. The next day we ate Sardines, Flammkuchen, Steak and a delicious Bruschetta!(highly recommended!!) wines are well paired with meals...Oh yeah, the chocolate lava cake. ORDER IT.

    Service-Kathrin-owner, lovely, friendly, speaks great English and a native Berliner.

    Prices- For the prices of meals/drinks, it's a great value for the money.

    Favorite Dish: Bruschetta - a cut above

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