Koertestr 10, 10967 Berlin - Kreuzberg | Tel: 6911227, Fax: 690 40 697 | U7 Suedstern, U8 Schoenlinestr., Busses 241, 248 | Times: Mon-Fri 11.00-18.30, Sat 10-16.30, Extended Opening Times: December-Christmas Shopping, Mon-Fri till 20.00, Sat till 18.00 | Shop@BrokenEnglish.de
A cavernous English food shop situated in a fashionable part of Kreuzberg. You will receive friendly service and advice on the contents of the well stocked shelves. Your eyes will feast on the wonderful choice of British goodies such as the variety of English teas, shortbreads, chocolates, cheese and beer. English breakfast lovers are catered for with cereals, bacon, sausage and Heinz Baked Beans. Beer drinkers can let themselves loose on cans of Boddingtons, famously marketed as - The Cream of Manchester. In December, Broken English extends its opening times and product range to provide customers with Christmas presents for family and friends. Brandy butter and Christmas puddings, candles and crackers, cards and wrapping, mince pies and tree-decorations, plus a fine selection of whisky are just some of the delights to tempt you in. Broken English is a must to visit for all True Brits and Anglophiles.
English Food Shop
Fechnerstr 21, 10717 Berlin - Wilmersdorf | Tel: 861 06 07, Fax: no fax | U7 Blissestr. Busses: 101,104, 249 | Times: Mon-Fri 12.00-18.00, Sat 10.00-13,00
Perhaps this shop illustrates the culinary meaning of the British kitchen. The shelves are crammed full of well-known British food and drink brand names to cater for Berlin's British contingent and Britfoodphiles. Brits make regular journeys to re-fill their pantries with those special tastes and flavourings from home. HP brown spicy sauce for their English breakfasts, Colman's mustard to spread on ham or beef sandwiches and pickled onions to supplement a Ploughmans Lunch. All the usual canned foods are on show; Heinz Baked Beans and Spaghetti, mushy peas, various pies and a variety of soups. Look in the fridge for your bacon and cheese and the freezers for frozen Irish sausages, pies, and sausage rolls. A good assortment of teas, breakfast cereals, biscuits, crisps, and chocolate make-up for the non-sale of English beer. The friendly assistants are native English speakers who like to chat to their customers. The shop also has a small selection of special occasion cards, cleaning agents and second hand English books.
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