Foodspots of March The Instagram restaurant guide for Berlin

© visitBerlin, Foto: Maxi-Lena Schuleit

© visitBerlin, Foto: Maxi-Lena Schuleit

 

Berlin not only has delicious food, you can also eat out in style. Every month we look for the best, the tastiest and the most exciting food spots for you.

1. Salumeria Lamuri

Real Italian treats, such as Italian specialities, wines and panini are available Monday to Saturday at Salumeria Lamuri. But this is not all, because you are also invited to enjoy the delicious midday meals on offer, with salads, croissants and cakes and much more.

2. Konnopke’s Imbiss

Our second culinary highlight of the month is a real Berlin classic. Konnopke’s Imbiss is one of the most famous currywurst stalls in Berlin. Enjoy the hearty extras, such as chips, potato salad, pasta salad or bread rolls, with a real Berlin currywurst.

3. Markthalle Neun

A visit to Markthalle Neun guarantees complete satisfaction. Regardless of whether it is street food, breakfast or unusual tastings, there is definitely something for everyone here. The Markthalle, which is now one of the most famous in Berlin, is located in Eisbahnstrasse in Kreuzberg.

4. Restaurant Jolesch

Anyone who has a penchant for Austrian food should definitely visit Restaurant Jolesch. Traditionalists will probably order a Frittaten salad as a starter, the Wiener Schnitzel for the main course and apple strudel for dessert. We wish you a Guadn!

5. Oak & Ice

Home-made juices, cakes and ice creams are available in Schönhauser Allee at Oak & Ice. If you have never eaten ice cream in a croissant, then you need to go to Prenzlberg. If this is too sweet for you, you can also savour a vitamin bomb in the form of cabbage, celery and cucumber juice.

6. Michelberger Hotel

The Michelberger Hotel in Berlin Kreuzberg offers an exceptional culinary experience. All the dishes are produced from organic, regional and seasonal products. Mornings, noon and night, you can spoil your taste buds here seven days a week.

PS: Check out the food spots for January and February 2017. You’ll also find even more spots on Instagram under the hashtag #foodspots_berlin / #visit_berlin.


 
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About the Author

Juliane Wilkendorf

has lived her entire life in Berlin. Travel is her favourite hobby, but she only feels fully at home in the German capital. She has a fondness for good food in combination with a delicious glass of wine and is therefore passionate about trying new restaurants. She finds the many facets of Berlin particularly fascinating. Whether shopping, relaxing, or action, Berlin has something to offer for everyone.

 

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