Für alle die an einem traditionellen Frühstück interessiert sind, bietet unser Partner eine vielfalt von preiswertigen und schmackhaften Frühstücksmenus an. Das Metropolitan Coffee befindet sich in der Nähe von unseren Appartements. Das Frühstück kann auch für einen 10 Euro Aufpreis direkt ins Appartement gebracht werden.
Deutsches menu :: Englisches Menu
Once again there are many options for all budgets, but due to Berlins large Turkish population the most commonly found eating opportunity is the Döner Kebab (a roasted meat sandwich), which can be found on almost every block. This is the fast food of Berlin and although the price is extremely reasonable, sometimes it’s true you get what you pay for. A more upscale area for wining and dining is the area around Hackescher Markt and Oranienburger Strasse which are located within walking distance of the apartments. Head to the intersection of Schönhauser Allee and Tor Strasse. The traffic is diverted, but by foot you can cross straight through onto Alte Schönhauser Str. This quaint street is busy with bars and restaurants and after a few hundred meters ends on Rosenthaler Strasse within fifty meters of the famous Berlin tourist attraction: Hackescher Markt. The area named after a Count von Hacke is the best example Berlin has to offer of the typical style of architecture dating back to the 1800’s. The quaint courtyards are ideal for an evening stroll and meal perhaps ending up on Oranienburger Strasse, which branches off from Rosenthaler Strasse at the Hackesche Markt. Oranienburger Strasse can get a bit wild at night, but is frequented by restaurant goers as well as bar hoppers.
There is a wide variety of food shopping opportunities here in Berlin - from the lavish and extravagant supermarket on the ground floor of the Kaufhaus at Alexanderplatz (where the big television tower is), to the more common mom and pop grocery stores. One of the drawbacks of shopping for food in Berlin is that most grocery stores close on Sundays. Your only chance to do food shopping on Sunday is to go to the E City Markt at Friedrichstrasse train station, which is open 7 days a week until 10 o’clock at night. The only other store which remains open on Sunday is a small Russian convenience store (east onto Torstr.), also open until 10 o’clock every night. Generally most supermarkets close at eight o’clock at night, some of the more common ones are: Kaisers, Edeka, Aldi, Spar, and Extra; to name a few. When walking north up Schönhauser Allee you will first come to an organic whole food store called Bio Markt. Just about 30 meters further down the road is an Extra.