In my younger and more innocent days, I said Al Andalos’ falafel sandwich was the best-value meal I’d eaten in Berlin. I don’t want to knock them at all, €2.50 for a very nice falafel sandwich is excellent, but it’s a bit of a joke compared to the absurd amount of food you can get at Azzam for a couple of euros. 689 weitere Wörter
Schlagwörter » Neukölln
Berlin’s most multicultural district is home to around 180 nationalities and an equal diversity of sights and sounds.
The vibrant district of Neukölln is famed for its pan- Arabic and Turkish culture and cuisine, and its international newcomers, but partly began as a home to Bohemian protestants fleeing persecution. 277 weitere Wörter
Al Andalos’ falafel sandwich is probably the best value meal I’ve eaten since arriving in Berlin. It’s on Sonnenallee, a Turkish/Arabic neighbourhood where about two-thirds of the buildings are döner and falafel shops, but on price, quality and choice Al Andalos really stands out. 603 weitere Wörter
Berlin being Berlin, there are actually quite a few vegan pizzerias dotted around. La Stella Nera is the only one I’ve tried so far (I went there for the first time when I was doing Veganuary, which is far easier in Berlin than the UK) and it definitely sets the bar high. 654 weitere Wörter
Sahara Imbiss is a Berlin institution, with branches in Neukölln, Kreuzberg and Schöneberg serving some incredibly tasty and good value food. Most falafel places in Berlin are Turkish, but Sahara puts a Sudanese spin on the classic and it’s absolutely delicious. 368 weitere Wörter