A relatively Tyrollean selection for todays reviews of the day. But before all that, as a matter of housekeeping, there was some crazy shit that went down today with Rolling Pin’s 50 Top German Chefs competition. The basic deal was
Neukölln – Moksa, street food market stall / pop-up restaurant which has been feeding tasty modern Indian cuisine to Berlin’s masses at Street Food Thursdays among other places for quite some time now, and its now getting its own fixed
Neukölln – Holy Coffee, a new coffeeshop currently under construction, due to open mid-August, is looking for baristas and service personnel. Judging by the title, it’s a little worrying that they may be brining religiosity into the whole coffee game.
Rolling Pin held a top 50 chefs in Germany competition and the outrage game is at play. 49 male chefs to 1 female chef. Facebook is aflame with heated debate and commentary from local Berlin food luminaries who are decrying
Schöneberg – To Beef Or Not To Beef, meat obsessed Italian restaurant with an obvious Hamlet hang up and a Shakespearean affinity, is launching a new and revamped menu after four years of operation. They’ll be holding a special tasting