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I Due Forni

Ital­ian. The at­mos­phere at this ex­pan­sive pizza hall is on the rau­cous side and the ser­vice is no­to­ri­ously surly, but that doesn’t keep the piz­zalov­ing crowds at bay. The gen­er­ously sized thin­crust con­coc­tions are famed around the city. €. Daily L&D. Schön­hauser Allee 12. T: 030.44017333. U Sene­felder­platz. F2

Lucky Leek

Veg­e­tar­ian. It’s not luck that makes Lucky Leek so good, but rather a ded­i­ca­tion to cre­at­ing top­notch gourmet cui­sine that is also 100% ve­gan and in­cor­po­rates in­ter­na­tional tastes. The small but com­pre­hen­sive menu changes reg­u­larly. €€. Wed– Sun D. Koll­witzstr. 54. T: 030.66408710. U Sene­felder­platz. F2

The Bird

Amer­i­can. The hefty burg­ers here have a real cult fol­low­ing, and many swear they’re the best in the city. The menu also in­cludes steaks, chicken wings, and a mean club sand­wich – vege­tar­i­ans will leave hun­gry. €. Daily L&D. www.the­birdinber­

Am Falk­platz 5. T: 030.51053283. S+U Schön­hauser Allee. F1

Tres Tapas

Span­ish. Tapas are the spe­cialty at this Span­ish res­tau­rant, which also serves a va­ri­ety of dishes such as paella, zarzuela and tortilla, as well as meat and fish grilled on hot lava stone. The wine is im­ported di­rectly from Spain. Ask the waiter for the per­fect wine to go with your meal. €€. Daily D only. www.tres-tapas.ber­lin. Ly­ch­ener Str. 30. T: 030.41715718. U Eber­swalder Str. F1

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