Pizzare brings authentic Neapolitan pizza to Berlin. “Our pizzas baking time is just 2 minutes and they are made only with quality ingredients”.

San Marzano Tomato Sauce, buffalo mozzarella (both smoked and white) coming from Roberta di Salerno dairy shop, Gran Biscotto Rovagnati cooked ham (Italian style ham), Parma ham, pistachio nuts from Bronte, Pachino tomatoes, 24 months Parmesan cheese; these are only some of the tasty condiments that characterise Pizzare pizzas. Read the article in Italian and German.[…]

“La Pecora Nera brings the real Venetian cuisine to Berlin and offers the original Spritz for just 2,50€.”

Handmade Bigoli (an extruded pasta in the form of a long and thick tube) seasoned with duck ragu (Italian meat sauce) or sardines sauce, late radicchio risotto from Treviso, creamy salted codfish, cornmeal mush with Asiago (an Italian cow’s milk cheese), mushrooms and sausage, a special selection of Italian cold cuts and cheeses; these are[…]

Caramelized goat’s cheese, sardines “in saor” and the finest wines: that’s L’Angolino in Berlin

Caramelized goat’s cheese with salad dressed with blueberries sauce and balsamic vinegar, stewed Octopus served with fennel and salad seasoned with zucchini and mint, tuna Carpaccio, Seabass Ravioli (Italian pasta) with tomatoes and shrimps sauce, roasted calf with leek and potatoes pie and then coffee “semifreddo” (Italian dessert), tiramisu, buffalo ricotta mousse with mango fruit[…]

Culurgiones, Mallureddus and much more: Il Pastificio brings the real Sardinian cuisine to Berlin

Luca Columbu is 40, he is from Cagliari, Sardinia; when he moved to Berlin in 2011 he had a clear idea: opening a pasta shop specialized in the production of fresh pasta and Sardinian products. “People tell us we should expand the shop, but if we expanded the floor area we would betray our idea[…]

Centopassi in Berlin: “Our wines come from lands confiscated from the mafia”

I Centopassi is a smart wine-bar located in the Friedrichshain area, where everyday people from all over the world come to enjoy a glass of Italian wine, produced in lands confiscated from the Mafia, or to taste an Italian specialty. Fabrizio and Domenico decided to open the wine-bar in April 2014: “The wine-bar name is[…]

Francucci, the only Italian restaurant serving the original “Chianina” steak in Berlin

“The first time we brought the Chianina (an Italian breed of cattle) from Italy here at Francucci was in 2003. At the time nobody had never served it before and even in Italy it was not so well-known. You had no possibility of contacting directly the breeder, the only way was contacting a specific association[…]

Porchetta from Ariccia, mozzarella and marinated boar meat: that’s Cantina Sociale in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg

“Let the food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” said Hippocrates in the 4th century B.C. and that is what happens everyday at “Cantina Sociale”, extraordinary restaurant and delicatessen, inaugurated in September 2015 and located on Zionskirchstraße, one of the most fascinating and smart streets of Berlin. The restaurant offers a great variety[…]

Cafè Aroma, the legendary Italian restaurant that according to the Guardian serves one of the 10 best brunches in Berlin

Lobster ravioli seasoned with rosemary and orange aromatised butter sauce, sausage with chestnuts and mushrooms strudel, duck breast carpaccio with apples, celery and turnips, Umbrian truffle, pumpkins, broccoli and much more; that’s Café Aroma, one of the most renowned and legendary Italian restaurants in Berlin. There is a fixed menu and new specials everyday: “It[…]

“Specialties from Basilicata, my mother as a chef and a suitcase full of stories: that’s my Muntagnola.”

There are people and places in the world that are destined to conquer your heart; regardless of their nationality, these people will conquer you with their values. Pino Bianco and his Muntagnola belong to this kind of people and places. Muntagnola is the name given to the restaurant but originally it was the nickname given[…]