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6. Marheineke Mark­thalle – The em­po­rium of fla­vors of­fers fresh pro­duce, a wide ar­ray of eth­nic cui­sine, and an out­post of Ve­ganz, Europe’s first ve­gan su­per­mar­ket chain. 7. Aurora – Home-style cook­ing that’s 100-per­cent veg­e­tar­ian, and even some that’s ve­gan. Try the buf­fet for an all-around sam­pling. 8. Umami (umami-restau­ – The In­dochi­nese fare at­tracts fans from around town with its warm at­mos­phere, bao-bun burg­ers, and re­fresh­ing cock­tails. 9. Mustafa’s Gemüse Ke­bap – The tiny fast­food shack of­ten sports a half-hour-long line due to its rep­u­ta­tion for the best grilled-veg­etable dön­ers in town. 10. Lit­tle Ti­bet (lit­tle-ti­bet. de) – Pan-Asian cui­sine with a fo­cus on Ti­bet and the sub­con­ti­nent comes in large por­tions. Don’t miss the mo­mos (dumplings). 11. Knofi ( – A fa­vorite with lo­ca­tions on both sides of the street of­fers a café at­mos­phere for break­fast and lunch as well as Mediter­ranean pro­duce and pre-made fare to bring home. 12. Good Morn­ing Viet­nam (good­morn­ingviet­ – Hid­den away in one of the neigh­bor­hood’s many (court­yards) lies a trove of au­then­tic Viet­namese food. 13. Amici Amici (amici-amici. de) – The neigh­bor­hood choice for Ital­ian cui­sine, in­clud­ing 17. English The­ater Berlin – The city’s only per­for­mance space to of­fer English-lan­guage shows ex­clu­sively. Check­ber­ for up­com­ing fes­ti­vals and tours from pop­u­lar Amer­i­can and Bri­tish co­me­di­ans. 18. Pas­sion­skirche – The red-bricked church from the early 1900s of­fers per­for­mances rang­ing from world mu­sic to jazz. 19.

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