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Café Aroma

Ital­ian. A long­stand­ing neigh­bor­hood fa­vorite, this Ital­ian restau­rant be­lieves in pair­ing high-qual­ity food with a re­laxed, homey at­mos­phere. The Sun­day brunch buf­fet, served from 11am, is a gen­er­ous mix of ir­re­sistible cold and warm Ital­ian dishes. €€. Mon–Fri D, Sat L&D, Sun B, L, D. www.cafe-aroma.de. Hochkirch­str. 8. T: 030.7825821. S+U Yor­ck­straße. D5

Dou­ble Eye

Café. This tiny cof­fee shop reg­u­larly has a line snaking out the front door, and no won­der: the owner has won mul­ti­ple Euro­pean and world­wide barista cham­pi­onships. Some pas­tries are also on of­fer, but it’s the ex­cel­lent cof­fee that draws the crowds.

€. Mon–Sat B&L. www.dou­ble­eye.de. Akazien­str. 22. T: 0179.4566960. U Eise­nacher Straße. D5

Renger-Patzsch

Ger­man. All dark wood and white table­cloths, the look at Renger-Patzsch is as sim­ple and el­e­gant as is its menu of re­fined Ger­man-Aus­trian cui­sine. Meat dishes are a spe­cialty, as are the Al­sa­tian

Flammkuchen, bases of thin dough baked with top­ping com­bos like ap­ple and blood sausage. €€. Daily D. www.renger-patzsch.com. Wart­burgstr. 54. T: 030.7842059. U Eise­nacher Straße. C5

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