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Restaurants and pop-ups: The best new spots in July

Our guide to some of Berlin's best new restaurants and food pop-ups.

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In July, Berlin was blessed with the launch of some seriously exciting new dining spots. From high-quality, organic German fare, to artisanal sandwiches, Berlin’s culinary offering just got even more drool-worthy.

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Zum Anleger – Eierhäuschen

Photo: Clemens Niedenthal

First opened back in 1892, the Eierhäuschen has officially been reopened. The sunny beer garden, Zum Anleger, is serving up high-quality, organic German cuisine, so expect to chow down on the finest Bratwurst Brötchen you’ll ever have. With beer from regional brewer Barnimer Brauhaus on tap, Eierhäuschen’s beer garden, set on the banks of the Spree in the centre of Spreewald, is an inviting summer spot. Eierhäuschen’s much anticipated indoor restaurant is set to open this Autumn.

  • Zum Anleger – Eierhäuschen, Kiehnwerderallee 2, Plänterwald, details.

Sandwich Bar at KEIT

KEIT’s kassler sandwich is made with sweet and sour BBQ sauce from Nobelhart & Schmutzig. Photo: KEIT

Head chef of Nobelhart & Schmutzig, Micha Schäfer, has teamed up with KEIT owners Thanos Petalotis and Kolja Orzeszko to create what may in fact be Berlin’s most perfect sandwich. The new Sandwich Bar at artisanal sourdough bakery KEIT isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel, but it is bringing together regional, high-quality ingredients to create a range of exceptional snacks.

  • KEIT, GrĂĽnberger Str. 75, Friedrichshain, details.

Midweek Munchies

Photo: Seamus Platt

This new weekly street food market takes place every Wednesday afternoon outside Jules B Park Gleisdreieck. You can feast on everything from tacos and ceviche, to jerk chicken, smash burgers and Pad Thai. Drinks will be on sale and a solid DJ lineup is a guaranteed.

  • Midweek Munchies, Jules B-Park, Luckenwalder Str. 6b, Kreuzberg, details.

Goldies pop-up at Kudamm

Goldies’ popular truffle tries will now be available at their new pop-up location. Photo: Lena Ganssmann

Known for the best bad food in town, mega-popular burger restaurant Goldies is taking their iconic smash burgers and decadent loaded fries to the West. As part of the pop-up cultural centre Pop Kudamm, Goldies has recently opened a temporary location serving up all your fast food favourites.

  • Goldies at Pop Kudamm, KurfĂĽrstendamm 229, Charlottenburg, details.


Photo: Marianne Rennella

BLOOM‘s Maltese-inspired menu is bringing Mediterranean flair to Neukölln’s FlughafenstraĂźe. An evening of dining at Bloom will probably consist of a table loaded with colourful, punchy dishes, like arancini with an asparagus core, confit peppers with cream cheese on sourdough bread, green peas and green beans, and goats cheese with yellow grilled zucchini over a crispy hash brown.

  • BLOOM, Flughafenstr. 84, Neukölln, details.

 House of Tandoor

Photo: Caitlin Isola

All about contemporary takes on traditional recipes, The House of Tandoor is a must-visit spot for those of us in search of great curry in Berlin. Striking the balance between hotel gastronomy (the restaurant is located in the upmarket Hoxton Hotel Charlottenburg) and trendy restaurant, House of Tandoor lives up to its name with a menu designed around their authentic tandoor clay oven.

  • House of Tandoor, Meinekestr. 18–19, Charlottenburg, details.

This article has been adapted from the German original by Sophie Field.