Reviews Of The Day- Bichou, Night Kitchen, Zebrano And More

September 8, 2017|Reviews

Here is today´s rundown. We got one from SIB, one from Qiez, one from Mit Ver. and a double for Night Kitchen from CeeCee and Creme Guide. 

First up in Neukölln from Stil in Berlin is a review of Bichou. The French bistro with open kitchen can be found close to Rathaus Neukölln. The joint with the vintage charm offers a small menu of authentic dishes like quiche, tart, soup and shoulder of pork. Check out the full article here Plat chaud chez Bichou
 

Next up in Neukölln from Quiez is a review of Queen of Muffins. Yes,as the name suggests, you can eat homemade muffins at the coffee shop & deli, located on brimming Hermannstr. But that´s not all. Cake, fresh salads and exuberant brown bread sandwiches; their menu is filled with some healthy food choices for breakfast and lunch, made of high quality ingredients. 
Check the full article here Muffins versus Indonesian leaf salad with carrots, nuts and peanut dressing
 
Next up in Friedrichshain from mit Vergnügen is a review of Zebrano. Being around for 17 years, the coffee shop focuses on breakfast, coffee and small meals during the day. In the evening it functions as a bar, serving beer, wine and classic cocktails. Check out the full article here Breakfast, tapas, homemade cakes
Next up in Mitte is a double review from both CeeCee and Creme Guide, for Night Kitchen. The modern Mediterranean joint hidden in the back yard of Heckmann Höfe has been running half speed for most of the summer but are now fully operational. The place invites the guests to eat, drink and hang. Check the full CeeCee article here Tomato carpaccio with tulum peyniri meets squid à la plancha with Jerusalem artichoke  and the full Creme article here:  Night KitchenEat like with friends
Thats it for today’s rundown, stay tuned for more from the community about the Best Berlin Restaurants.
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