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Restaurants worth a visit | 3 places to check out

       13. January 2016       

Every month, our team members visit newish restaurants around the city and share what they thought. Here are three that stood out.

In town and looking for some newer restaurants to try out? Below we review three eateries that represent how diverse Berlin's food scene has become.  

Chicha

Peruvian cuisine is in. But real Peruvian food has only just arrived in Berlin. And of course it’s in Neukölln. Robert Peveling-Oberhag is the chef of the new restaurant Chicha. The team experiments with contrasts from fast food and casual dining on the menu. On the tables there are little bowls with roasted purple corn as a finger food. There is also Tiradito de conchas, scallops, prepared in a similar way to ceviche, only finer. The anticucho corazon, heart on a skewer is very traditional. The Chicha ceviche is a must. The causa that comes with it is unconventional, and tastes a bit like puréed potato salad. For dessert both the coco coco coco, a mousse served in a coconut and the cacao y raspadilla, a type of chocolate cake with fruit flakes on top, come in generous portions and round off the whole experience. (emh)

 

Everyday is Sunday

After Cocolo Ramen in Kreuzberg and the Kuchi comes Everyday is Sunday. The deli boasts pan-Asian nibbles. The menu ranges from kimchi salad and summer rolls, to banh mi, a Korean baguette with pickled vegetables, greens and a choice of meat or tofu. The rice paper rolls, kim bab are different to regular sushi. On the drinks menu there is, for example, the cilantro cooler on a gingerbeer basis with cucumber, lime and coriander. Or teas like genmaicha or sencha from Japan. There are also sweet treats to choose from. Green tea biscuits or purple wild rice with yoghurt and berries. The interior’s colour scheme is warm. A welcome break from everyday and nearly as good as a real Sunday. (fb)

Chaiwallahs

In Berlin, Indian Restaurants usually offer similar menus. In addition, more and more Indian restaurants focus on cocktails, which have not got much in common with the original food of the South-Asian country. A snack bar named Chaiwallahs located at Görli shows how real Indian food can taste – surprisingly authentic. But with a twist of a new interpretation – fast food Indian style. Their specialty is the Naanwich: rolled Sandwiches made with the typical Naan bread. For a takeaway they serve a wide selection, even though the seating area is rather small. However, in a snack bar the fast food is more important than the ambience. (rm) 

If you'd like to read the reviews in their original language, we've got you covered.

 

Chicha, Friedelstraße 34, Neukölln, Tel. 030 62 73 10 10, www.chicha-berlin.de

 

Everyday is Sunday, Pannierstraße 40, Neukölln, Tel. 01578 779 70 67

 

Chaiwallahs, Wienerstraße 34, Kreuzberg


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