04. February 2016
It's Saturday at the Arminiushalle, and visitors slowly circulate from stall to stall to look at all the wares. At Naninka, which since December has had a permanent stand in the Moabit market hall from which to offer a taste of Peru, it‘s easy to slow down — especially with a pisco sour in hand.
This typical South American cocktail features pisco, a Peruvian brandy, with lime, egg white and simple syrup. Naninka offers several types of this liquor, which, like wine, is made from dif- ferent grape varietals, and the differences can be clearly tasted thanks to the bartender‘s light hand with the sugar.
Besides the pisco sours, Naninka‘s other main draw is its ceviche, a dish that combines the buttery softness of raw fish with the sourness of fresh lime juice. (mlm)
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Naninka — Picanteria und Piscobar, Arminiusmarkthalle, Arminiusstraße 2, Moabit, Tel. 0172 990 63 46, www.cebiche-berlin.de