Close this search box.

My Berlin Blog

In-depth reviews and articles about this unique city.

Sorry, we couldn't find any posts. Please try a different search.

Tag: Cafés

Good Food and Cheer

Berlin café society may have a cool reputation but it has a warm heart too. And in misty November when the days are suddenly shorter ...
Read More →

A light lunch or a summery supper

Fancy a light lunch or a summery supper? SaLa is a family-run Vietnamese vegetarian restaurant at 62, Leibnizstrasse, moments from the Ku’damm in Charlottenburg. It ...
Read More →

‘Potse’ Parlour

The Joseph-Roth-Diele is always perfect for a weekday lunch or dinner. With its stone-tiled floor, dark wood panelling and old-fashioned furniture you would think this café bar was ...
Read More →

Berlinale City Break

A visit to the Berlin Film Festival is a must. What better way to lift the spirits in the bleak mid-winter. Online tickets go on ...
Read More →

A warm welcome in the Weinstuben

For the first Berlin Unwrapped blog of 2015 here is something really special –  a traditional pub/restaurant dating back to pre-war Berlin. As its name implies, the Kurzpfalz-Weinstuben specialises ...
Read More →

Kreuzberg al fresco

The heatwave may be over for the moment, but the sun’s rays are still warm and when the big Berlin skies are clear eating outside ...
Read More →

Ratatouille in Berlin

Tonight Germany has just beaten France in the World Cup and Berlin is one big noisy party.  But in truth the Berliners love France and ...
Read More →

Eating out all day ‘im Freien’

One of the best things about Berlin is the incredible choice of cafés and restaurants that spill out on to the street once it’s warm ...
Read More →

Newsletter Sign Up

Monthly news, articles, tips and advice on what to see and where to go to experience the culture, entertainment, food and history of Berlin.