Eat This: Berlin


Vietnamese & Sushi Restaurant

Torstr. 134

10119 Berlin



Wow. Just wow. Wonderful food and amazing atmosphere. What more could you ask for? The menu was refreshingly creative, it had a bit of fusion thrown in there too. The value for money was great as well, especially considering how incredible the food was!

As well as that, the loud music and tasty cocktails are guaranteed to get you in the mood for a late night out on the town! Perfect for anyone looking for a bit of a party spot!

TIP: You have the try the crunchy dudu. Absolutely Delicious.

Napoljonska – Café and Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant

Kastanienallee 43 (Zionskirchstr.)

10119 Berlin



Don’t be fooled, this place isn’t just for vegans! Even die-hard meat-lovers will be enticed by this places amazing dishes. It’s cosy, it’s clean and it’s great for breakfast or brunch!

When you’re there, you have to try the spinach omelette, trust me you won’t regret it! Don’t forget the divine homemade raspberry jam as well. It’s out of this world!

UMAMI – Vietnamese Restaurant

Knaackstr. 16 (Rykestr.)

10405 Berlin



Absolutely loved their banh bao and Buddha burgers served up with a side of succulent sweet potato fries. Unbelievably delicious!

The recipes were very inventive and introduced me to new and interesting flavours.

On top of that, the staff were super friendly as well and the food was amazing value. What more do you need?

Burgermeister – burger joint

Oberbaumstr. 8

10997 Berlin



Hands-down the best burger in Berlin. End of story. Even as a vegetarian, I was so impressed. They gave me one of the best tofu burgers I have ever eaten in my life. Incredible!

TIP: It’s open till 3AM, so you can satisfy your cravings around the clock!

Lebensmittel in Mitte

Rochstr. 2

10178 Berlin


When in Rome do as the Romans do. When in Germany…. Well, you get the idea. I knew I couldn’t leave without getting my hands on some authentic German food. This place served up some scrumptious schnitzel accompanied by a side of potato salad with cucumber. It was so well-made, really hit the spot!

The best thing about this place is that it’s in a convenient, central location but doesn’t feel touristy at all. Definitely a must-visit!

That’s the end of the list! I hope you enjoyed it! Have you eaten at any of these places? Where’s your favourite place to grab a bite in Berlin? Let me know in the comments below!

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