European restaurants in Berlin
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Delicious, uncomplicated Bulgarian fare that lifts the soul but expands your waistline is the ammo of this convivial nosh spot, where the bartender is known to pick up the guitar and Maria herself may knock back a rakia with her guests. Great salads, casseroles, baguettes and galettes, most of them meatless and made with creamy Bulgarian feta. Free wi-fi.
Russian writer Boris Pasternak (of Doctor Zhivago fame) would likely approve of this antique-filled and chandeliered restaurant. The menu looks like an old family photo album with black-and-white pictures on the left and Russian favourites – borscht to blini to beef stroganoff – on the right. If only the tables weren’t squished together so tightly. Free wi-fi until 6pm.