Quà Phê in Max-Beer-Strasse in Mitte has opened its doors for the first time not too long ago and was from the beginning on something very special for. Here you don’t only get delicious cappuccinos with cute mild foam drawings but also many different Vietnamese dishes and they’re all very special.
Most börek (burek, bureka, you get the picture)in Berlin tend to be soggy grease bombs. Not at this 12-year-old Bosnian Imbiss, where chef/owner Imeri Jusuf rolls up the doughy snacks with spinach and cottage cheese, brushes them with oil and bakes them à la minute.
It only takes one glance in the window to discern that Abdullah Gemschied’s Kurdish Iraqi eatery is all about the Fladenbrot: puffy, chewy naan-like rounds made by slapping dough onto the inside of a blazing-hot tandoori oven. Gemschied set up shop on Kotti seven years ago, opening Lasan as a sister restaurant to his original bakery of the same name on Kottbusser Damm.