After the fall of the Wall, this graffiti-slathered art squat became a permanent fixture on Oranienburger Strasse, drawing locals and...
Berlin has witnessed a proliferation of galleries in the new millennium, including branches of renowned American and British galleries,...
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Lonely Planet review
In his humble cafe, owner Jean-Claude Malfoy takes on the roles of greeter, seater, server, sommelier and cook in what amounts to a Peter Sellars–worthy performance. Portions aren't huge or super-fancy but at €7.50 for a set three-course meal, all we can say is oh là là!