11 Cafes and restaurants that you should know on kastanienallee, with fun in berlin

Unfortunately, these prejudices about Berlin are true

The fact that we have not yet had a culinary guide to Kastanienallee cannot be. But it is so. We like the street between Weinbergspark and Eberswalder Straße very much. On Kastanienallee there is actually everything: delicious breakfast, healthy lunch, pretty cakes and fine dining. Here are 11 delicious tips for a hungry stroll down Kastanienallee.

© Sabri Tuzcu | Unsplash drinking coffee and cocktails on a Sunday in August

It is especially in summer On a Sunday in August, that turns into a bar in the evening, packed. Everyone wants a place on the terrace, preferably one on the Hollywood swings and beach chairs. In the café-bar you can have breakfast, lunch at lunchtime, eat burgers and have a drink in the evening. The mirrored bar with disco ball and lightbulbs is a real eye-catcher and you can sink well on the old sofas.

  • On a Sunday in August
  • Kastanienallee 103, 10435 Berlin
  • Sunday – Thursday: 9 am to 2 am, Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 a.m.
  • More info

© Daliah Hoffmann Bavarian cuisine in the Prater

in the Prater, year-round restaurant and in the summer also a large beer garden, Berlin cuisine is served, as well as Bavarian classics such as white sausage, schnitzel, delicious asparagus and a fat fat goose at Christmas time. At the top of the "Should-you-sure-eat"-The list also includes the mustard party with squash potatoes – this is a culinary journey back in time. A lot of wood and indirect light create a warm atmosphere in the dining room. Despite the simplicity and spaciousness of the room, it doesn’t look cold. On warm summer evenings, when you sit outside in the beer garden or on the terrace, the fairy lights and lanterns bathe the courtyard in a pleasant light.

  • Prater
  • Kastanienallee 7-9, 10435
  • Daily 12 noon to midnight
  • More info

© Ilsebill | Facebook Vegan-vegetarian menus eat at Ilsebill

The Ilsebill opened on Kastanienallee in 2017. The restaurant with the huge window front, the red neon lettering and the colorful jungle wallpaper is mainly vegetarian-vegan, meat and fish can be ordered. At lunchtime you can have sandwiches, salads and more, in the evening you can choose between different three-course menus or individual main dishes. in the Ilsebill European cuisine is cooked with Arabic influences.

  • Ilsebill
  • Kastanienallee 100, 10435 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 11 am-1am
  • More info

© Daliah Hoffmann Homemade dumplings and Asian tapas at The Flying Monkey

"Dim sum bar" is written in purple neon letters above the entrance of The Flying Monkey on the corner of Kastanienallee / Oderberger Straße. In the still relatively new Chinese restaurant, the focus is on homemade dumplings. In addition to dim sum, there are also other dishes such as Peking duck, braised pork belly, rice noodles with salmon and many other Asian tapas. The lemonades and cocktails are also delicious.

  • The Flying Monkey
  • Kastanienallee 15, 10435 Berlin
  • Sunday – Thursday: 12 noon to Friday, Friday & Saturday: 12 p.m. – 12 a.m., bar: 12 p.m. – 2 a.m.
  • More info

© Daliah Hoffmann Eating sushi with friends at Ha-An

If you are looking for a good sushi shop around Oderberger Straße, you have it with the Ha-An found on Kastanienallee. We prefer to go with friends and order the large sushi plate (No. 161). From maki to nigiri, temaki, crunchy rolls, sashimi, skewers, soups and Co. – there is a really large selection and the sushi always tastes fresh.

  • Ha-an sushi
  • Kastanienallee 18, 10435 Berlin
  • Monday – Sunday: 12 noon – midnight
  • More info

© Masha Sedgwick Delicious salads, falafel and hummus in the babel

The Babel on Kastanienallee you cannot miss it, because in front of and in the shop there are always whole fields of fresh flowers. But of course not only the pretty look is convincing, but also the incredibly delicious falafel, salads and the hummus. The Lebanese shop has been an institution for a long time and is accordingly besieged during lunchtime. Queuing is definitely worth it!

  • Babel
  • Kastanienalle 33, 10435 Berlin
  • Monday – Sunday: 11 am-1am

© Vanessa Eggert Have breakfast and snack in the Café Napoljonska

In the sweet little and pretty pink café on Kastanienallee you can get hearty paninis, soups and homemade cakes in addition to a large selection of breakfasts. It gets even more delicious on weekends, then Napoljonska also has waffles with icing sugar, apple sauce, hot cherries, vanilla cream and much more.

  • Café Napoljonska
  • Kastanienallee 43, 10119 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday & Sunday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • More info

© W The snack bar Fusion kitchen deluxe in the W The snack bar

If you can’t choose a kitchen, just go to the snack bar on Kastanienallee. at W The snack, the logo is very reminiscent of the McDonalds sign, there are delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes with Indian, Mexican, Italian and California influences. A little bit of Hawaii is there too. The Naan pizza is very good and if you want to try everything, you should choose the Tasters menu, which comes on a Thali platter. W The snack there is also in Schöneberg at Nollendorfstraße 10.

  • W The snack
  • Kastanienallee 49, 10119 Berlin
  • Sunday – Thursday: 12pm – 10pm, Friday – Saturday: 12pm – 11pm
  • More info

© Max Müller Eating Peruvian ceviche at Nauta in Prenzlauer Berg

You can get a really good, original ceviche directly at Zionskirchplatz, in the Nauta. Here Juan Danilo and his team spoil you with classic and extraordinary Peruvian creations that flirt with Asian influences. There are seven different ceviche variations on the menu. These include the classic, but also several warm ceviche creations, such as with scallops, shrimp and calamaretti, or a vegetarian ceviche that does without fish entirely.

  • Nauta
  • Kastanienallee 49, 10119 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 6.30pm-11pm
  • More info

© Daliah Hoffmann Modular tartlet with chestnut tartlets

The slogan "Build your tart" is on the old school blackboard in the back of the room and that is exactly the principle: different floors, creams and fillings can be freely combined, there are numerous gluten-free and vegan tartlet components. Almost too pretty to eat! And if you don’t like sugar or prefer to start with something hearty, the small but fine breakfast menu has something for you.

  • chestnut tart
  • Kastanienallee 60, 10119 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm

© Basheer Tome | FlickrCC BY 2.0 Pita, Pickles and Hummus in Sababa

Always well filled and no longer a secret, but good things get around quickly: the hummus at Sababa is just really creamy and has an intense sesame taste. Plus pita and pickles – perfect. Of course, other Israeli specialties are also offered here, for example peacemakers "Peace Salad" from tomatoes, cucumber and nana mint or Persian goulash.

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