Berlin's favourite street food gets the restaurant treatment
This is really outside food on the inside, as Berlin’s favoured night-out fuel lounges in a cosmopolitan canteen setting. The kebap is kaiser here, with various spiced meats crowned atop sourdough breads, with more than enough to keep voracious carnivores content. Route one options include the hefty one-two punch of a chilli doner but the more sophisticated chicken mustafa showcases Turkey’s eastward looking side. Feta, mint and harissa combined with schwarma is no average kebap. Service is swift, servings mountainous but for insatiable snackers a tasty not-that-mini wurst and crunchy falafel will keep the wolf from the door. Or the bear on it – Berlin’s chosen animal adorns the door, adding to the couches, bulbs, lamps of varying sizes, faux ivy and a minimalist downlit bar. Luckily, the straightforward menu is far easier to navigate. Leaving diners to get on with, quite literally, savouring the product of decades of Turkish migration. A social geography lesson that’s considerably more fun than a trade conference in Baden-Baden.
- Private dining: Up to 40 covers
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Halal options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Pop
- Capacity: 110 (20 outdoors)
- Largest group: 110
- Open since: 2017
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 14
- House wine: £14.50 per bottle
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