Triangular Kollwitzplatz is the epicentre of Prenzlauer Berg poshification. To pick up on the local vibe, linger with macchiato mamas...
This rambling red-brick, neo-Romanesque pile is Berlin’s largest synagogue and one of the few Jewish houses of worship that didn’t go up...
Potent java, homemade cakes and flowers from the attached shop perfume the art-nouveau interior of this corner cafe named for a 1919...
A former butcher shop has been ingeniously converted into a homey French restaurant where the accent is on light and flavourful cuisine....
Wörther Strasse 30 · interesting places nearby
Mao Thai information
If you love Thai food, your tastebuds will do handsprings at this sophisticated Siam outpost. It’s a bit more expensive than the average Asian joint, but everything’s prepared freshly, service is friendly and the décor unique. The crispy duck is its signature dish and the garnishes – radish swans, carrot roses – edible works of art.