Christmas Eve or 24 December is when Germans celebrate Christmas, so the afternoon and evening of the 24th is when the city is on lockdown. This is the time to visit family, baked Christmas cookies, . . .
I've gotten asked by two separate people, about what to do in Berlin in the Winter. My initial answer is always: CHRISTMAS MARKETS! These are original to Germany, where the tradition of the Christmas . . .
If you are looking for Spanish, Portuguese, Mexican and other Latin American products, Super Iberico near Kochstrasse is the place to go. We decided it was a place worth commuting to, even if it's . . .
I am happy to say that after so long there is now another Filipino restaurant her in Berlin. In the past it was only Pan in Prenzlauerberg, but now we have Pinoy in Charlottenburg. The location is . . .
Though a bit touristy, the biggest chocolaterie in the world is still an amazing place to go for chocolate lovers. Fassbender and Rausch (pronounced raush, with the au having the same sound as ou . . .
The Koenigliche Gartenakademie or Royal Garden Academy in Berlin is the product of a dream and a lot of handwork against many odds of its award-winning founders, Gabriella Pape and plant . . .
The NENI Berlin is a culinary mosaic of Persian, Russian, Arabic, Moroccan, Turkish, Spanish, German and Austrian influences. The concept of Haya Molcho is that everyone is able to try a little of . . .
As an Asian in Berlin, Dong Xuan Center is a good place to know about for Asian shopping and food fix. It s composed of several halls that are crammed full of Asia-made products. I can't say they are . . .
At the end of our Willkommen in Berlin club year, the group leaders of the Dinner is Served Group organized an event with Hotel de Rome on their beautiful rooftop bar. This is a photoblog of that . . .
So I've craved for a huge American-style breakfast for a few weeks now...MmMmMmmm big fluffy pancaaaaaakes where aaaare youuuuu?!? Brunch is a big deal in Berlin, not surprisingly because the . . .