Reveiws Of The Day, Katerschmaus, Mars, Madloba And More
Here is today’s run down. We got one from Mit Vergnügen, one from Berlin ick liebe dir, one from Tip and two from Quiez.
First up in Neukölln from Mit Vergnügen is a review of Dion & Gefolge. The small neighborhood shop offers a rich and surprising assortment of carefully curated liquors, high quality oils, pasta and other specialties. Somewhat like a high class Späti, only that you are allowed to try everything before you buy it. Check out the full article here Fine liquors and culinary specialties
Next up in Kreuzberg from Berlin ick liebe dir is a review of Katerschmaus, the wild child of Bar 25, Kater Holzig and Kater Blau. From changing locations, over changed food concepts to changed names, some of you might remember it was called FAME for a short period, the joint did not have an easy childhood. Yet, it blossomed into a fine dining restaurant which´s menu is dominated by seasonal and regional food. Check out the full article here Büsumer crabs with asparagus, cream of peas, currant, leek and sprouts
Next up in Wedding from TIP is a review of Mars. In the hustle and bustle of Wedding, the joint is literally tucked away in the lushes surroundings of the Silent Greene Kulturquartier. The breakfast and lunch dishes are mainly regional and veggies and their vegan companions will find enough choices to fill their bellies. Check out the full article here White cabbage with beluga lentils, aubergine and pickled melon
Next up in Prenzlauer Berg from Quiez is a review of The Flying Monkey Berlin, a newish Chinese fusion dumpling bar. Located right on Kastanienalle, the joint offers a selection of asian styled tapas and fresh made dumplings to mix and match. Check out the full article here Pork Belly, crunch noodles and dumplings
Last but not least in Steglitz again from Quiez is a review of Madloba, which translates to thank you. The joint offers authentic Georgian cuisine in a rural atmosphere and unlike Asian or Italian food, this is something you don´t find on a day-to-day basis. One thing is certain: its´s dominated by lots of meat. Check out the full article here Khartscho, Tschichirtma and Saziwi