If you think the best Macarons in the world can only be found in Paris, think again! I’ve tried the likes of Ladurée, Pierre Hermé, and others. But my personal favorites come from a super tiny little patisserie in and from Berlin, Lautz Patisserie.
Seoul is a fast-paced city. When we still lived there we once went on vacation for just a week, and when we returned more than three restaurants in our immediate vicinity had been exchanged for another. So imagine coming back after three years! We were certain many of our old hangouts would be gone. But they were not!
So for ten days, we were busy re-visiting back-in-the-day-favorites and discovering new places. And we managed to eat not a single thing twice, except samgyeobsal and galbi.
Here’s our entire Seoul food diary.
Kantstraße in Charlottenburg is often said to be the “Chinatown” in Berlin. But really it’s just a street with unusually many Chinese restaurants. Here is where you will find the ever popular Good Friends, Aroma, Lon-Men’s Noodle House, and Selig. They are what people here like to call “authentic”. In my opinion, however, “authentic” does not always equal “best.”
Some of my personal favorites are not usually described “authentic” or “traditional.” But what counts is that they excite the taste buds. Without further ado, my five favorite Chinese restaurants in Berlin so far and more!