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Bistro Koch
Reinickendorfer Straße 13, Berlin - Wedding | Tel: 465 37 72, Fax: no fax | U6 Reinickendorfer Straße | Times: 12-23
A dingy, sinister and just plain odd little place and one of the few Polish restaurants in town. You are seriously in danger here of filling up on some fine hearty Polish fare. All your favorites are here - pierogis, bigos, Polish sausages in large inexpensive portions, served in jaded lassitude.

Café Einstein
Kurfurstenstr. 58, 10785 Berlin - Tiergarten | Tel: 261 50 96, Fax: no fax | U1+U2+U4+U12 Nollendorfplatz | Times: Mon-Sun, 10am - 2am | Also at: Unter den Linden 42, 10117 Mitte | Tel: 204 36 32 | Transport: Bus# 100, 348 | Times: 9am - 1am daily. | Prices: Milchcafe DM6.50, Frühstücke DM9-19, Hauptgerichte DM30-40.
Walking into Café Einstein on Kurfürstenstr. is like walking into Vienna. The mirrored walls, high ceilings, and red velvet banquettes all echo the grand old style of a traditional Viennese coffee house. So do the small but perfectly executed selection of cakes and the rich, mellow coffee. In summer, take a seat in the cool, quiet garden. They also have a lunch and diner menu in "International, Austrian Style" - try such classics as Wiener Schnitzel or Austrian Pancakes (Kaiser Schmarren). The second, more crowded, less opulent Mitte location also offers outdoor seating, if you fancy a table in the middle of busy Unter den Linden.

Ujong Koreanisches Imbiß
Jagowstr. 13, Berlin - Tiergarten | U9 Hansaplatz, Turmstr, Bus 245, 341 | Times: Open for lunch and dinner 7 days.
A tiny neighborhood place, popular with resident Koreans. The sushi bento box is usually a good deal with a couple of warm appetizers and acceptable sushi. A couple of specialties from the Korean-only side of the menu (plates for 2 people): the Nakji Bokum is slightly sweet, extremely spicy fried octopus with caramelised fat pork out rage us, Nakji Somyun, reputably the hottest Korean dish: Octopus in red chilli paste and vegetables ringed with mounds of cold somyun (white noodles). Try the Kimchi Jige (Kimchi Soup), the Korean style 'chinese dishes´ are popular and the kimchis are fine.

Lüneburger Str. 390, 10557 Berlin - Tiergarten | Tel: 3 94 20 57, Fax: no fax | S Bellevue, Bus 187, 100 | cnr Paul str. | Times: Daily 11-23
In the first S-bahn Bogen (arch) stretching east from Paulstr. through the brand spanking new, unbelievably soulless, government workers´ housing development, is the last place you´d expect to find this glowing outpost of Spätzle fanaticism. Unique in Berlin, amazingly cheap and almost unfinishable portions of practically undigestible Swabisch specialties (for the full effect, go when broke for your only meal of the day). The schnitzel is actually two huge pork schnitzels, deep fried crispy with a large bowl of Spätzle and a pitcher of gravy for 12,80. The Jägerspätzle is a huge plate of Spatzle in a bland mushroom onion wine sauce. This place is fully in the German gastronomic tradition, less about taste than sheer volume, don´t say I didn´t warn you. The north entrance is the Imbiß, the prices in the restaurant on the south side are slightly higher.

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