Top restaurants in Berlin

Let's share some food-love!
Here are my favorite restaurants in Berlin. Please help me to grow the "to go" -list if you know any good restaurants here :).

My birthday dinner at Transit

  • White trash: "Berlin’s best steaks plus German-Asian-Mexican-French-Swiss-Army Fusion, with guitar". Reminds me a bit of Hard Rock Cafe...only better
  • The Bird: One of the best hamburger places in Berlin. They also use very good, fresh ingredients. For many this is a MUST when visiting Berlin. Reserve!
  • Schwarzwaldstuben: German food. Especially food from Bavaria. Try Maultaschen mit Kartoffelsalat (my favourite!) 
  • Mustafa's Gemüse Kebab: The best döner, but be prepared to line up for half an hour or so. It’s totally worth it though, I’ve done it four times, no regrets!
  • Transit: Asian “tapas”. Nice with a bigger group...order the table full and share ;)
  • DUDU: Asian fusion, try their fish bowl or crunchy dudu...or both. Reserve!
  • A Magica: The best pizza I’ve eaten. Real italian!
  • Monsieur Vuong: Vietnamese, try their awesome cocktails too! Go early as they don't take reservations
  • Wok Show – prepare your tummy for this –great dumplings in big portions! “real Chinese homemade food” as my Swedish-chinese friend put it ;)
  • Zuckerfree – Lovely brunch place, You order from the list. Also great lunch + cakes!
  • Le Midi – Another lovely brunch place from Corsica right next to Zuckerfree. You order from a list...great cakes here as well!
  • Omoni: Korean-Japanese, for sushi lovers as well as non-sushi lovers, eh? Reserve!

On my “to go” list

New York!

Hi guys!

Me and my older sister took my little sister as a surprise to New York this spring. It was her Christmas-birthday-graduation gift ;D. We spent 8 days there and managed to include quite a bit of stuff in one week. I could babble weeks telling about the trip but in short - It was awesome and it was lovely to spend time with my sisters!

Brace yourselves, here are the pictures. I didn't put any of statue of liberty etc. You know how it looks like. The food pictures tho...couldn't resist...just look at them! The food was just _so_ good!!

Places we loved


Century 21 (outlet) 22 Cortlana street
Blades west (rollerblades to rent) 156 West 72nd St/ Broadway
Lion king musical at Minskoff theatre
Woodbury outlet (outlet “village”) – about 1h from Manhattan
Wholefoods Market (organic food, great salad buffet) – All around the city


Pongal (Indian food, vegetarian, ask for their recommendations!) 110 Lexinton Ave. (between 27th and 28 st.)
Hangawi (Korean food, vegetarian) 12 east 32nd st. (between 5th Ave and Madison Ave)
Mangolia bakery (A café, the cheesecakes are to die for! Known from Sex and the city. A chain) 1240 6th Ave/ 49th St.
Sarabeth’s (Awesome brunch, café) 423 Amsterdam Ave/ West 80th st.
Gabriela’s (Mexican food) 688 Columbus Ave /West 93rd St
Bagel hole (Amazing bagel place in Brooklyn) 400 7th Ave(between 12th and 13th St)
Candle 79 (vegan food, café) 154 east 79th st
Hakkasan (Chinese food, fancypancy place, a top tip: go before 7 and ask for pre theatre menu!!) 311 West 43 street

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