Where Berlin - - Shopping - Coledampfs Cul­tur­centrum

The vast ar­ray of culi­nary tools, gad­gets, and giz­mos at this kitchen sup­ply store will in­spire you to con­nect with your in­ner chef. Sec­ond lo­ca­tion at Wörther Str. 39 in Pren­zlauer Berg. Uh­land­str. 54–55. T: 030.8839191. U Ho­hen­zollern­platz.

Fassbender & Rausch


B4 This is Ber­lin’s undis­puted tem­ple of choco­late. As if the long­est choco­late counter in the world weren’t enough, the shop also fea­tures eye-pop­ping dis­plays of choco­late mas­ter­pieces, like a model of the Re­ich­stag made from 300 kg of dark choco­late. Char­lot­ten­str. 60. T: 030.20458443. U Stadt­mitte.


E3 A fam­ily-run com­pany since 1909, this choco­la­terie is fa­mous for its “heav­enly truf­fles” sold in four out­lets through­out the city. The house spe­cialty is a melty milk choco­late pra­line with a sugar crust. www.leysi­ef­ Kur­fürs­ten­damm 218 (check web­site for other lo­ca­tions). T: 030.8857480. U Uh­land­straße. C4

Mark­thalle Neun

Built in 1891 and one of only three historic mar­ket halls re­main­ing in Ber­lin, Mark­thalle IX has un­der­gone a re­vival in re­cent years, now host­ing a farm­ers’ mar­ket ev­ery Fri­day and Satur­day from 10am to 6pm. Check the web­site for other foodie events, like the pop­u­lar Street Food Thurs­days and pe­ri­odic cheese and sweets mar­kets. www.mark­ Eisen­bahn­str. 42– 43. T: 030.577094661. U Gör­l­itzer Bahn­hof.

Win­ter­feldt Schoko­laden


A tempt­ing se­lec­tion of unique chocolates from all around the world awaits sweets fans at this beau­ti­ful shop, where the wares are pre­sented in orig­i­nal 1890s wooden dis­play cases from the lo­ca­tion’s past life as a phar­macy.­ter­feldt-schoko­ Goltzstr. 23. T: 030.23623256. U Nol­len­dorf­platz, U Eise­nacher Straße.

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