Berlin’s most enjoyable new food traits in 2024

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The calendar year has just begun and now there’s a total host of new culinary tendencies and interesting dining establishments to explore. Educate your self on Japanese spirits or take pleasure in eating in a lakeside ‘Egg House’. This year claims to delight every person from seasoned foodies to curious newcomers.

We have compiled a record of some of the best areas to check out this 12 months.

Richard Bistro

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Just after 10 a long time of fine eating, Richard Bistro has reinvented itself as a Brasserie kitchen area, and commencing this year, you can head there for that cosiest of rituals: the Sunday Roast. Take care of on your own to a entire Bresse rooster, a lengthy-braised shoulder of lamb, or a breast of veal. The latter will be served as section of our sister publication Idea Berlin’s wine night time at the end of the month.

  • Richard Bistro, Köpenicker Str. 174, Kreuzberg, facts

Ins Wasser

Chef Yannic Stockhausen. Photo: Florian Reischauer

The Michelin-starred Cordo, which shut its doorways on December 31st, will reopen on January 24th as a fish and seafood bar. Christoph Ellinghaus, who operates the establishment along with Gudrun Ellinghaus and chef Yannic Stockhausen, has insisted this is not a move towards fantastic eating, but somewhat in direction of a fewer formatted thought. They intention to not only inspire foodies and gourmets but also any individual keen to find the city’s culinary offerings. 

  • Ins Wasser Seafood Bar, Große Hamburger Str. 32, opening on January 23rd, online


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Jessica-Joyce Sidon, formerly of Baldon in Marriage ceremony, has taken more than the virtually 150-year-old Eierhäuschen in Plänterwald. The iconic landmark’s kitchen has remained unused for 30 yrs, but following a effective warm-up Biergarten period, it is reopening this February 1st. 

The head chef is Alexandra Strödel, who as sous chef at Nobelhart & Dirty proved her honest perseverance to regionality and seasonality in her cooking. She will be bringing this passion to the lovely location of Ei im Eierhäuschen, which, with its homely feel and spectacular central bar manages to be both of those present-day and in trying to keep with the building’s heritage. The perfect spot for a cosy Winter season meal away from the throng of the town. And when the temperature gets good ample for a dip in the lake, the Biergarten will also open its doorways all over again!

  • Cafe Ei, Kiehnwerderallee 2, Treptow, aspects

Like Deluxe

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Fusion delicacies is again in fashion, only now it is actually authentic. Relatively than the clumsy appropriation of a society by another person with very little to no awareness of its culinary traditions, fusion food stuff in Berlin now usually means Berliners from immigrant backgrounds, linking the cuisines of their dad and mom and grandparents with the diverse influences of their lived practical experience. 

So say the brains powering Really like Deluxe on Pannierstrasse. Here, they utilise soul foods from the southern states of the United states of america, the Caribbean and South East Asia as the foundations for deliciously hearty dishes. Some standouts from their menu incorporate the vegan Nostalgia Sandwich, with jackfruit and mayo built from fermented black beans. As nicely as the ground beef curry sandwich served with dipping sauce. This friendly Kreuzkölln gem can make for a moreish and stylish lunch location.

  • Enjoy Deluxe, Pannierstr. 32, Neukölln, facts

Ember OFC

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What begun as an eccentric pop-up in ever-shifting and typically solution locations, has given that moved into a pavilion-like glass structure on Wiener Strasse. The transfer has produced Tobi Beck’s open up-fire kitchen a ton additional available, especially in terms of value.

With a tender spot for straightforward, German cuisine, at Ember OFC you can love these types of hearty fare as stews and goulash soup, which are constantly served on Sunday afternoons all through the Winter. There is also an fantastic beverages menu on provide, for those people who have not pledged their allegiance to dry January.

  • Ember OFC, Wiener Str. 10, Kreuzberg, Thursday & Friday 18:30 or 21:00, specifics


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From the people today driving Tossakan, this Kreuzberg spot is the best place to endure the wintertime. Their Gieuw Tieuw – a spicy rice noodle soup with fish sauce, lime and heaps of chilli – will undoubtedly heat your senses for the duration of these bitterly cold months. If you’re experience curious, why not test the version with pigs’ blood and meatballs? Occur the summertime, their concealed yard terrace also would make a pleasant setting in which to although absent an afternoon.


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This recently opened Wilmsedorf locale has become Berlin’s specialist in Japanese spirits. And we’re not just chatting Sake (although they do have an impressive selection of the well known rice wine). What Ginza is specifically renowned for nevertheless is its Shochu variety. Shochu is Japan’s most drunk spirit and is arguably their nationwide consume. It is created from a range of foundation products, these kinds of as rice (Kome Shochu), sweet potato (Imo Shochu), buckwheat (Soba Shochu), brown sugar (Kokuto Shochu) or barley (Mugi Shochu). The latter usually matures for a though in barrels, so building it somewhat reminiscent of whiskey in taste. 

Really do not fret if this all would seem a bit overwhelming, the pleasant group at Ginza is prepared and willing to aid you find your Shoschu bearings, with much more in depth tastings available for the incredibly manageable fee of 3 euros. 

  • Ginza, Pfalzburger Str. 20, Wilmersdorf, facts

Tante Fichte

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Tante Fichte is where by fine eating satisfies the Balkans, by using regional German elements. Consider their Ćevapčići, produced from free of charge-vary pig, Brandenburg deer or Pike-Perch, and served with kaymak (a variety of clotted product), sweetly marinated onions and spicy ajvar. These miniature pancakes are then introduced to your desk for you to roll on your own.

Tante Fichte’s “tipsy lunch” (70 euros as well as drinks) can take area the moment a thirty day period and aims to attract a wider group to the admittedly rather elite institution. Chef Daniel Motokanovic puts on a stellar show, building this a superb possibility to attempt interesting new tastes in a luxe but friendly atmosphere.

  • Tante Fichte, Fichtetstr. 31, Kreuzberg, Subsequent tipsy lunch: Sunday January 14th. from 12 p.m., information