FRIEDRICHSHAIN

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Cup­cake

Café. This café fo­cuses on the sweet­est side of Amer­i­can cui­sine: the cup­cake. The de­lec­ta­ble con­fec­tions, like Red Vel­vet with cream cheese frost­ing and choco­late cake topped with pep­per­mint but­ter­cream, can be en­joyed in-house or wrapped up pret­tily to go. €. Daily L. www.cup­cake­ber­lin.de. Krossener Str. 12. T: 030.25768687. S+U Warschauer Straße. H3

Sch­neeweiss

Ger­man/Aus­trian. With a crisply white in­te­rior rem­i­nis­cent of snow-capped Alpine peaks, Sch­neeweiss serves classy takes on Aus­trian cui­sine. Tra­di­tional dishes like schnitzel and goulash with Servi­et­ten-knödel dumplings share the menu with ro­tat­ing sea­sonal of­fer­ings. €€. Mon–Fri D, Sat–Sun B, L, D. www.sch­neeweiss-berlin.de. Sim­plon­str. 16. T: 030.29049704. S+U Warschauer Straße. H3

Tran­sit

Asian cre­ative. Ta­pas gone Asian. Tran­sit serves a long menu of Thai and In­done­sian dishes tapasstyle for just a few euros each, al­low­ing din­ers to cob­ble to­gether a meal en­com­pass­ing a wide range of tastes and in­gre­di­ents. When in Mitte, try their sec­ond lo­ca­tion lo­cated at Rosen­thaler Str. 68. €–€€. Daily L&D. www.tran­sit-restau­rants.com. Son­ntagstr. 28. T: 030.26948415. S Ostkreuz. Off Map

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