Around Berlin in 80 Restaurants

My recommendations for tasty meals in Berlin

Gugelhof, a taste of Alsace in Prenzlauer Berg

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gugelhofAs you know, I’m French (nobody is perfect ;p), I was born and raised inLorraine, which is quite close to Alsace, so Alsatian food was very present by us. And I admit it, I love it! So, when I heard about Gugelhof, a place specialised in food from Alsace and around, I just had to go!

It’s located in Prenzlauer Berg, close to Kollwitz Platz. The decoration has nothing special, the service is quite good, the prices are really ok. And the food is not bad at all! Whenever I feel like eating a Choucroute, I go there, it’s pretty good, not as good as my mum’s but it does the trick! :D The only strange thing is they serve it with a blood sausage, which is not the way I know it, but well, that’s just a detail. They also have fondue and raclette, the cheese is tasty, and the ham you can get with the raclette is delicious! Of course, they also do Flammkuchen and other Alsatian dishes, but I have to admit I never tried, my love for Choucroute being too strong. I also like to have a bit of munster cheese (very very smelly cheese hard to find in Berlin) and a glass of Mirabelle schnaps to end my dinners there.

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Author: yummyberlin

Welcome on Around Berlin in 80 Restaurants, my compilation of good places to eat (and sometimes to drink too) in the German Capital. I am presenting only places I visited and liked, hopefully it could help some people out there looking for a tasty meal. From time to time, I'll share as well recipes and restaurant tips in places I visited.

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