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Located directly adjacent to Wok To Walk, Dolores lies the chic Berlin Mitte area around the corner from Alexanderplatz and its famous Fernsehturm, or TV Tower. Offering delicious California-style burritos, burrito bowls, quesadillas, salads and soups to the hungry Berliner public, Dolores is almost always full. Receiving near universal acclaim from numerous Berlin publications, including Tip, ExBerliner, and TimeOut and websites such as Qype, Prinz, and Tripadvisor, Dolores is clearly converting Berlin into Mexican food fanatics. Read more »All New & Notable Berlin Restaurants »
Berlin has no shortage of restaurants of Asian persuasion, and in all honesty, it's very rare to come across one that isn't good. If you're looking for somewhere exceptional, however, Aiko Sushi & Japanese Grill is definitely worth a visit. Offering a comfortable atmosphere, great service, world class cuisine and a great selection of beverages all in a fantastic and central location, you're sure to have a memorable dining experience. Read more »All New & Notable Berlin Restaurants »
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When ranking the average Germans favorite pastimes, enjoying a fine meal should appear near the top of the list. For Berliners, dining out is a particularly serious business, especially in light of the citys ever-evolving roster of chic European and quality ethnic eateries. Along with classic city delicacies like rouladen (beef rolls with bacon, onions, and pickles) and schlachtplatte (a plate of cold meat and sausage), die einheimischen incorporate cuisine from India, Japan, and Thailand into their weekly regimens. In fashionable Mitte and Schöneberg, fare from Italy and France is strongly represented, and restaurants like Charlottensburgs Alt Luxemburg and Paris-Moskau near Tiergarten herald Berlins status as a city with a knack for the gourmet. Oenophiles, meanwhile, happily discover that wines from the Rhone Valley and abroad have an esteemed place in most restaurants and street-side cafés. Turkish food, too, plays a prominent role, especially in Kreuzberg, thanks to corner stands that specialize in falafel and döner kebabs (flat bread-wrapped grilled lamb).
- Berlin Expert Kelly Sigmon