KREUZBERG

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Transit

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

Bar­comi’s

Al Contadino Sotto Le Stelle

Ital­ian. The own­ers of this neigh­bor­hood fa­vorite take pride in sourc­ing top- qual­ity in­gre­di­ents di­rectly from their home coun­try of Italy. Be­sides the home­made pas­tas, the cre­ative, sea­sonal an­tipasti are a menu high­light. Their next- door moz­zarella bar serves fresh moz­zarella and bur­rata made by hand near Naples. €€. Daily D, closed Tue. www.al­con­tadino.eu. Au­gust­str. 36. T: 030.2819023. U Rosen­thaler Platz. E2

Au­gustiner am Gen­dar­men­markt

Ger­man. The smells, sounds, and tastes of Bavaria are alive and well at this pop­u­lar beer hall and res­tau­rant run by Mu­nich’s Au­gustiner brew­ery, one of the most pop­u­lar Bavar­ian beers. En­joy freshly tapped beer with a menu of hearty, meaty Bavar­ian food fa­vorites. €€. Daily L&D. www.au­gustiner- braeu- ber­lin.de. Char­lot­ten­str. 55. T: 030.20454020. U Franzö­sis­che Straße. E3

Ba­likci Ergün

Turk­ish. This quirky hole-in-the-wall, with the look and feel of a fish mar­ket, serves fresh seafood the tra­di­tional Turk­ish way. Fried sar­dines and grilled catch- of-the- day fil­lets are served sim­ply with lush sal­ads, le­mon wedges, and warm Turk­ish bread. €€. Daily D. Lüneb­urger Str. 382. T: 030.3975737. S Belle­vue. D3 At Ok­to­ber­fest and year round, raise your beer and give a hearty "Prost!" – that's Ger­man for

"cheers." Café. Amer­i­can founder Cyn­thia Bar­comi was one of the first to pop­u­lar­ize Amer­i­can desserts in Ber­lin; think fudgy brown­ies, pe­can pie, and New York cheese­cake. All those and more have been on of­fer at her Kreuzberg café since 1994, as well as bagel sand­wiches, quiches, and soup. Sec­ond lo­ca­tion at So­phien­str. 21, Mitte. €. Daily B, L, D.

Barist

Ital­ian. Health­ful, fill­ing break­fasts, quick busi­ness lunches, happy- hour cock­tails, and din­ner with friends can all be found right in the heart of Mitte’s busiest neigh­bor­hood. Lo­cated in the red- bricked arches un­der the trains at S Hack­escher Markt sta­tion, this spot with a big ter­race out front makes for a per­fect meal break any time of day. €€. Daily

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