The fanciful red and yellow brick buildings of this 19th-century brewery have been recycled into a cultural powerhouse with a small...
Potent java, homemade cakes and flowers from the attached shop perfume the art nouveau interior of this corner cafe named for a Kurt...
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Lonely Planet review
When Doris Burneleit opened her first restaurant in 1987, deep inside East Berlin, she’d never set foot in Italy, nor had she had any formal training as a chef. Yet she proved to be such a magician in the kitchen that even the Italian ambassador became a fan. She still pampers the cognoscenti in artistic country-style digs. The malfatti (cheese and spinach dumplings) are a speciality.