nice, relaxed café with a huge choice of mediterranean specialities. best is you combine different small plates. delicious!
After being in Berlin for less than 24 hours, we ate at this place 3 times! We ordered Sultan Teller, a dish packed with taskiiki olives, beans and homemade Mediterranean pastes. Wine was cheap and very full glasses! Great ambiance and an awesome place to people watch. Highly recommend!
This is actually a deli where you can eat, with a wide range of mediterranean dishes, warm and cold. Always full, justifiably, as the prices are very reasonable and the food is great. Will come here again.
Excellent flavors, special dishes Good service, Fair price (16? for two) We recommend the Manti and Sage Gnocchi
Amazing Turkish food, various fresh dishes. I travelled a lot in Turkey and, if you close your eyes, you can imagine being in Turkey, in a GOOD quality (little) Turkish restaurant. Tha atmosphere is relaxing and the surrounding area is young and lively. There is a buffet and you can choose the specialities you prefer and the waitress will serve... More
There are actually two Knofis here: the restaurant and then the bakery with lighter meals across the street. Both are good! I ate lunch and dinner at the restaurant. The staff is friendly and helpful and quick to help in English if your German is rusty. Service can be a bit slow because it is busy, but this is not... More
We had lunch in this turkish bistro. The atmosphere was quiet and nice. The service is good, they even have english menu. The food is very good and well presented. A very good place to have lunch with something different from the german food
Pleasant place for a stopover in kreuzberg. I had the vegetarian crepe-type dish, which was delicious. Menu a bit difficult to navigate for non-german speakers. The baked goods at the counter also looked really tasty!
I'm happy to inform that there is new staff in this restaurant, so yet it's possible to enjoy its fine food and warm atmosphere without being disturbed by weird attitudes.
This seemed like an interesting place to have a simple dinner, with chickpea soup, vegeterian dishes (so called sultan plate) based on taboule, tatsiki and similar. The thin grey haired waiter in his forties clearly did not understand in the least what it means to be in the restaurant business, and started out with a rather arrogant annoying attitude when... More
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