Hearty central European cuisine is not particularly popular among modern young Germans, who tend to prefer Arabian, Asian or Italian food to their own ... More
Hearty central European cuisine is not particularly popular among modern young Germans, who tend to prefer Arabian, Asian or Italian food to their own calorie-loaded fare. However, an exception seems to be made for Austrian and southern German cuisine which is deemed exotic enough to be cool. A fine example of this sort of establishment is Austria on Bergmannstraße, Kreuzberg's melting pot of Turkish culture and old Berlin architecture, of junk shops and exclusive boutiques. The interior is full of traditional Alpine kitsch: hunting trophies and oil paintings of the Matterhorn. The food, however, is mouth-watering.
Half sitting, half lying on the Egyptian carpets, enjoying delicate Oriental dishes and sipping the exquisite wine from the Nile
delta that's the life! The belly dancer performs the dance of the seven veils, the drums beat faster and ...
Berlin is a landlocked city, over 150 miles from the sea. But Roter Sand serves up the freshest fish imaginable,
thanks to modern means of transportation and the restaurant's own lobster pool. The restaurant offers all conceivable types of ...
Hostelworld guests have not only voted us one of their Top 10 Hostels Worldwide in 2011, 2010, 2007 and 2006
and best hostel in Germany 2009 and 2008 but also the Cleanest Hostel Worldwide in 2005! We're also highly ...