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Every year Berlin gets so many new restaurants that it has become a custom for us to make a round-up of all that's new in the gastronomic scene in the past mont

Sunday Documentary: Berlin – Symphony of a Great City

by David @ Berlin Love

Berlin – Symphony of a Great City, released in 1927, is a classic of the golden age of silent film and a compelling document of life in Berlin in the interwar years. The film is presented as a day in the life of Berlin but Walter Ruttmann edited together footage recorded over the course of […]

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Du Bonheur, Patisserie, Mitte

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Du Bonheur, Patisserie, Mitte’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Few sweet pastries have the ability to dispense with my good grasp of self-control – except for Canelés.  The outside made up of a maximum caramelized, crunchy, sticky surface.  And the inside, solid custard, flecked with black vanilla seeds, yielding.  It’s a creme caramel you can hold in your hand, improved by texture, beveled edges,...

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Dogs in Berlin: Introduction | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

About a 100.000 dogs are officially registered as living in Berlin, the real number is probably twice as high. And it makes sense, Berlin is, all in all, a quite dog-friendly city, especially compared to other cities of its size and influence. Paris is the worst city for dogs I ever encountered, and I wouldn't even think about taking my dog to London or New York, but having a dog in Berlin is something very enjoyable. Loads of parks and greenery, many pals to play with, and a generally very friendly attitude towards dogs are a joy for every dog owner. I wanted to write a guide about dogs for quite some time now, and this is the first round, summarizing all the rules one has to consider when coming to or living in Berlin with a dog. The next articles will include notes on where to take your dog to have fun, and where to shop for your pup. Oh and let me know your questions and suggestions in the comments!

The photo-exhibitions in the C/O Berlin: Danny Lyon

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

Berlin is known for its crazy nightlife and wild events, but the city also offers its visitors a lot on a cultural level: The city has a rich history, offers

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Monsieur Vuong - One of the Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Mitte, Berlin

Monsieur Vuong - One of the Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Mitte, Berlin


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Essentially a fast food joint, Monsieur Vuong's is perennially popular.

Chiang Rai in One Day – Photo Diary

by Astra | Following our Feet @ Following our Feet

Chiang Rai is the city that will bring you closer to one of the most beautiful temples in Thailand. We spent two nights in Chiang Rai and we really enjoyed our stay. Here is what we did in Chiang Rai: Early Morning to Wat Rong Khun – White Temple Getting to the White Temple from […]

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The Clumsies On How They Became One Of The World’s Best Bars

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

The Clumsies is an all-day bar in the Greek capital of Athens. Currently ranked sixth in the world, their high-concept cocktail menu is changed annually. While their team continue to innovate at home, two of The Clumsies are here to launch a pop-up at the Park Hyatt Saigon. They touched down with a suitcase filled […]

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Days of Autumn 2017

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

It only takes one fiery red leaf to transform Berlin into a picture-perfect version of goddamn Hogwarts. By the canal, in the streets, throughout the public parks: people frolicking, knowing these will be the last days of sunshine before the sun sets on a medium-summer; welcoming bleak darkness, wet asphalt and the bitter cold. Before […]

Days of Autumn 2017 was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

The truth about Cuban food: It’s complicated

by Robert Schrader @ Where Is Your Toothbrush?

I was pretty ignorant about Cuban food when I landed in Havana, apart from having tasted two dishes—Ropa Vieja meat stew and the classic Cuban sandwich—and a friendly warning. “Cuba is good for many things,” many a Cuban friend had advised me, “but not food.” The reality on the ground, as I traveled around the […]

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Banh Xeo Saigon - Berlin Food Stories

Banh Xeo Saigon - Berlin Food Stories


Berlin Food Stories

Banh Xeo is far from just another Vietnamese joint in Berlin serving mediocre, westernized versions of Vietnamese classics. Banh Xeo is the real deal, a...

BEST OF THE YEAR ! NEW YEARS SPECIAL | podcast

by jennymustard @ jenny mustard

it’s time for us to look back at the year and think about all the great things we’ve done ! so here’s our top list of the best things that happened in 2017 ! let us know your thoughts @themustards_ on instagram ! we talk about […]

BEST VIETNAMESE RESTAURANTS IN AMSTERDAM

BEST VIETNAMESE RESTAURANTS IN AMSTERDAM


AWESOME AMSTERDAM

Here are our favorite Vietnamese restaurants in Amsterdam. Pho, bánh bao, bánh mì, nem cuon, gỏi cuốn and more are now to be found in every part of town.

My February Reading List

My February Reading List

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

I’m sure by now you’ve figured out that I’m a bit of a bookworm, which is partly due to the fact that I spend so much time on planes and in airports, and partly due to the fact that I’m an escape artist in every form (travel, books, slipping out of parties without my goodbyes). It has been a while since I’ve posted in the book club, for which I apologize. My reading tendencies are sporadic at best, mostly determined by the amount of travelling I am doing in any given month. But alas, here we are! I came across some great books in the past week in and out of airports, so wanted to share some of these great reads with you. So, what am I reading this February? Here are my recommendations and current reads: Paris Dreaming by Katrina Lawrence I was obssessed with this book a few pages in and if you’re anything like me and the author (a self-confessed Francophile), I promise you, you will love this book. I’m even prepared to say (currently halfway through reading the book), that it is my favourite Paris memoir of all time. Katrina writes about her various escapades to […]

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YUPSTER: THE NEW HIPSTER?

YUPSTER: THE NEW HIPSTER?

by @ the mustards

it appears that the hipster culture is dead, which leaves room for a new sub culture to take its place. could it be that

the yupster (that we just made up) is the new hipster or is there maybe another one that is ready to take its place?


let us know your thoughts @themustard_ on instagram !


we talk about :

– what is a hipster ?

– what is a yuppie ?

– are we hipsters ?

– what do we think of homemade kimchi and kombucha ?

– have we ever brewed our own beer ?

– IKEA design, is that the future of furnishing ?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it's all about the british fast food chain Greggs and their depiction of baby Jesus!


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love // jenny & david

Impressum / Contact | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

Review: Lollapalooza festival 2017 in Berlin

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

The Lollapalooza Festival is originally from the USA and the first edition was organised 26 years ago. Since two years the festival also takes place in Berlin and after editions

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Berlinale 2018: How to get tickets (& what to see) | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

I’ll be honest and admit that, to me, Glühwein and snow are way overrated. Winter as a whole I could do without, tbh. But there’s one reason I don’t skip Berlin for all of its winter months and that’s Berlinale. For ten glorious days, at any time of day, we have our pick of dozens of different films. Most are from corners of the world I’ve not yet explored (Burma! Paraguay! the Democratic Republic of the Congo!), though there’s also Perspektive, an entire program of homegrown German titles (with English subtitles, of course, like all non-English films in the festival).

A foodies' guide to Neukolln, Berlin

A foodies' guide to Neukolln, Berlin


Good Food

Live like a local and find fabulous eats and drinks in the foodie suburb of Neukolln.

Sunday Documentary: Gaming Beyond the Iron Curtain: East Germany

by David @ Berlin Love

Gaming Beyond the Iron Curtain: East Germany is a short documentary about the personal computer and arcade video game industry in the GDR during the Cold War. As the narrator, Super Bunnyhop, summarises at the end of the video: If you ever need an example of the complicated intersection between politics and entertainment, look no […]

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A City Guide to Edmonton, Alberta

A City Guide to Edmonton, Alberta

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

My first trip of 2018 has been on my travel bucket list for as long as I can remember: the Canadian Rockies! My first stop on the trip was initially one of convenience, flying in to Edmonton as one of the two gateways to the region (the other being Calgary). But I soon realised this city is worth so much more than a stopover as it turned out to be a really fun few days! Below you will find my recommendations for the city of Edmonton, which is bursting with so many great restaurants, cafes and bars. Its the kind of city you can really kick back and enjoy yourself in, especially if you consider yourself a bit of a foodie like me. So, lets dive in! Your Guide to Edmonton, Alberta I landed in the afternoon after a 24 hour flight journey from my hometown in Tasmania. If you’re flying from Australia you will be spoilt for choice, as Air Canada have just launched direct flights from Melbourne to Vancouver, in addition to the Sydney-Vancouver route already on offer. From there, its just a 1 hour and 15 mins flight through to Edmonton. Once you’ve arrived, I would recommend […]

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13 dishes that will make you crave Slovak food

by Peter Korchnak @ Where Is Your Toothbrush?

In Slovakia, food is fuel. Slovakia being historically an agrarian and mountainous society, traditional Slovak cuisine evolved to provide high-energy, low-cost sustenance to peasants and laborers. No surprise, then, to see Slovak food lean heavily toward potatoes, dough, cabbage, dairy, and pork. For example, the Slovak national dish, bryndzové halušky, is potato-dough gnocchi smothered in […]

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Indian Food in Berlin: Bahadur | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

I'm usually not one to hold off recommendations, there's no secret list of places I want to keep to myself, however, this one took a while and I have eaten here more than once since my first time in the summer. It's so, so, so delicious, I'm getting hungry just writing this, so I'm sorry I'm telling you just now… however, better late than never: here's a really good Indian restaurant in Wilmersdorf called .

Goodbye Berlin

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Goodbye Berlin’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

All posts about Barcelona have been moved to: www.foodieinbarcelona.com I’ve moved to Barcelona. Most of you probably already know that. Here you will find archives on my adventures in Berlin spanning three years. Berlin was a wonderful home to me and this website was the best part. I met my three best friends through it. And...

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New York for Pastry Lovers: The 10 Best Bakeries in NYC

New York for Pastry Lovers: The 10 Best Bakeries in NYC

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

On my recent fleeting visit to New York, I had just enough time to check out what was happening on the bakery scene in the city and sample my way around some old favourites. Below you will find my handpicked selection of the 10 best bakeries in NYC and what each of them specialises in to make over-the-counter ordering a breeze! Supermoon Bake House (The Cruffin) New on the scene and only open a few days before my arrival, the creator of the cruffin (an Aussie himself) has departed Mr Holmes Bakehouse (West Coast) and branched out on his own with Supermoon Bake House in the lower east side. Of course, the speciality is still the croissant-muffin hybrid “the cronut”, but you’ll have to arrive bang on opening time to get your hands on one. If you miss out, the croissants are really good in terms of technique and flavour, but be ready to flake the whole thing all over you. Bonus: the coffee is great thanks to some Aussie baristas. 120 Rivington Street, Lower East Side, New York Woops! Bakeshop (The Cuteness) Over in Williamsburg I came across this little gem of a place that I’ll admit, looked better than it […]

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Chicago Williams, BBQ, Mitte

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Chicago Williams, BBQ, Mitte’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

While I would argue that America’s soft power has taken some considerable hits over the last decade, its food culture is thriving abroad.  It crops up in the most unlikely places- like on Hannoversche Strasse.  A street that even a die-hard Mitte resident will struggle to locate.  There on the former site of BarCelona next to the...

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BEST VINTAGE CLOTHING SHOPPING IN AMSTERDAM

by shoshannah @ AWESOME AMSTERDAM

Amsterdam has a great selection of vintage clothing stores for men, women and kids. Here are a few shops we like! Do you love the style of vintage clothing? Or maybe you just like a good deal on pre-worn quality clothing? Either way, Amsterdam has a good selection of vintage clothing stores for you. In…

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HOW TO HYGGE YOUR HOLIDAYS !

by jennymustard @ jenny mustard

the day before the big day is here, at least for us swedes who celebrate christmas eve rather than christmas day. tomorrow is the day for spending quality time with our loved ones, munch away on all that delicious food and most important of all […]

Let It Be | Burgers, Crêpes & Pancakes

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

100% vegan restaurant serving burgers, sweet and savoury crêpes and pancakes.

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Mark Twain – The Awful German Language

by David @ Berlin Love

The Awful German Language is an essay by the American author Mark Twain in which he humorously outlines the complexity of the language and the difficulties he encountered while learning it. It is a must-read book for students of the often baffling German language. Twain, most famous for his Huckleberry Finn stories, travelled extensively through […]

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PODCAST : are you a feminist ?

PODCAST : are you a feminist ?

by @ the mustards

this week will be all about feminism in our podcasts. and we’re starting off today by talking about how we see feminism !
– how it has affected our lives
– what it means for our relationship
– how we incorporate the concept into our everyday life
– is the male sex really physically stronger ?

we also talk about how we feel about LA, as well as that time that we met a real life superhero – with the most useless power ever !

scroll down to listen, or subscribe to us on itunes !

on thursday there will be a MUSTARD ON MOVIES episode about our top 5 best girl power movies. it was so much fun recording these two...

16 great German dance-festivals in 2018

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

During the upcoming summer there will be plenty of great festivals all over Europe. Famous names like Tomorrowland, Fusion, Roskilde, Sziget and Isle of Wight are festivals which you should

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Muse Brunch

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

  It seems that finding a good brunch spot in Berlin has become a hunt for rare secret location that isn’t overcrowded by hundreds of people with the same Sunday ambitions. I didn’t knew how lucky I was locating Muse in Prenzlauer Berg as a […]

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Oqko’s 1st Anniversary – hurrah ! Lights, camera, moody disco

by LUCY @ Lucy vs. the Globe

After almost a month off booze and loose living it appears the stars have aligned and allowed me back in the game with a cheeky welcome back party, by way of Oqko the Berlin-based collective... More

WHY I'M AN OPTIMIST - NOT A REALIST

WHY I'M AN OPTIMIST - NOT A REALIST

by @ the mustards

have you ever uttered the words 'i'm not an optimist, i'm a realist' ? why do we do that ? as if seeing things in a darker shade automatically makes it more true and real. last week, we both came to a conclusion to stop seeing things in a pessimist light, and just go with the optimistic notion that if you give something enough time, it will eventually work out. who cares if that's true - we'll have so much more fun along the way with a sunny disposition ! we talk about : – jenny's weird experience of feeling like an alien at a recent event ! – why we are optimists ! – why we are realists ! – is it better to just decide to be optimistic ? - is realism just another word for pessimism !? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week david remembers the time he served drinks to the most famous hat in the world !

Isarstraße | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

No Nonsense restaurant in Berlin-Mitte: ComViet | Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

No Nonsense restaurant in Berlin-Mitte: ComViet | Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world


Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

When it comes to restaurants, Berlin offers a wide scenerio of possibilities. You can decide to visit an expensive restaurant at a touristic location but also eat at one of

What’s Up Weekend? 16 – 22 June 2016

by BRON @ Lucy vs. the Globe

Fete de la Musique and a weekend full of really really good reasons to hit a dancefloor each night – our picks for the next week or so are below. Each of them is either highlighted... More

STOP CARING ABOUT WHAT SOCIETY THINKS

STOP CARING ABOUT WHAT SOCIETY THINKS

by @ the mustards

sorry for skipping last week's podcast episode, we're trying to get into something of a holiday mode and take it easy. it was heartwarming that so many of you got in touch and complained about our absence ^.^ in this episode we discuss how, why, and when it's a good idea to let go of society's norms and demands, and simply decide for yourself what your life should look like. we talk about : – why do we care so bloody much about what other people think !? – what is an alternative lifestyle ? – how do you know if you don't fit in ? – something we kind of hate : group mentality ! - being criticised for you lifestyle ! - creating yourself by going online ? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is about the weird experience of listening to what all them super fit LA people talk about on their sunday afternoon hike !

Illegal Sex: Photos exploring Berlin’s Underground Cruising Scene

by Andy @ iHeartBerlin.de

photo: Marc Martin With his photo series “Cruising” French photographer Marc Martin reimagines a time before dating apps, a time when public toilets, were the only place to find sexual encounters for many gay men. Behind closed doors, in front of shiny tiles and messy graffiti, these places were a meeting spot for those who […]

W – Der Imbiss | Indian fusion

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Indian-Italian-Mexican naan pizza, curries, salad, wraps, and soup.

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Zsa Zsa & Loui, Sandwiches, Neukölln

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Zsa Zsa & Loui, Sandwiches, Neukölln’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

If you want to find Berlin’s young entrepreneurs, you need to turn your attention to Neukölln and Kreuzberg. Two areas where you will find them cutting their teeth. (Probably as a result of a combination of cheap rents and a melting pot of young people hungry to try anything new.) Take Zsa Zsa and Loui,...

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Xinh Xinh, Vietnamese Food, Mitte - Foodie in Berlin

Xinh Xinh, Vietnamese Food, Mitte - Foodie in Berlin


Foodie in Berlin

Or my guilty pleasure. Everyone has things that they eat that they don’t like to own up to.  The biggest offender for me are Greek Dracoulinia ‘chips’ used to scoop up fat globs of Total yogurt. At a push, I will settle for plain chips ‘me rigani’ (with oregano). In London this evolved to Walkers Sensations...Read More »

Five Elephant Coffee & Cake | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

In search of the best craft breweries with a view

by Peter Korchnak @ Where Is Your Toothbrush?

As we sipped pale ales on the back patio of Solera Brewery in Parkdale, Oregon, watching Mount Hood do its magnificent thing in the late-summer sun, we remembered doing the exact same thing at Berlina brewery outside Bariloche, Argentina. And we dreamed of a world trip consisting exclusively of stops at breweries with a view. […]

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Malaysian Food in Berlin: Ma-Makan | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

The other day, I more or less spontaneously ended up at a brunch pop-up by Ma-Makan at Home, the coffee shop in Neukölln's Jonasstraße: chef Kaylin Eu served Nasi Lemak, curry puffs, and onde onde. And wow, that Malaysian breakfast spread was so delicious, fresh, spicy, herby, and just all of everything I wanted to have on that particularly rainy and cold day.

TOP 20 COZY AMSTERDAM BARS

by shoshannah @ AWESOME AMSTERDAM

When it is rainy, icy or blustery out there is nothing better than sipping a drink while sitting in a cozy bruincafe in Amsterdam with friends. Here are a few of our favorite hideouts. A sleeping cat, flickering candles and a comfortable relaxed atmosphere makes many Amsterdam cafes super gezellig. And a terrace can be…

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What’s Up Weekend? 1 – 6 July 2016

by BRON @ Lucy vs. the Globe

Peak Summer, Peak Berlin – this weekend and beyond we’re getting excited for open air dancefloors including AWAY w/ Omar S (!) and bbqs, a pretty special concert from legends Massive Attack and the return... More

Réger Burger | Vegan food truck

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Plant-based burgers, currywurst, and fries and more.

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Upper Burger Grill

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

  Strolling around Kurfürstendamm and fancy a burger that’s not served in one of those boring burger chains? Just some steps away from the main road, there is this fancy looking burger spot Upper Burger Grill opened in March 2016. The interior is quite spacy […]

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The Complete Hipster Guide to Amsterdam

The Complete Hipster Guide to Amsterdam

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

Hipster Guide to Amsterdam: Neighbourhoods Amsterdam centres itself around a glorious canal ring that presents the perfect opportunity to get lost. Make your way to each of these neighbourhoods to get a real local’s insight into the many personalities of this fascinating city! My Fave Hoods Jordaan – Easily the hippest hood of them all, Jordaan is full of quirky cafes, bespoke boutiques and a myriad of concept stores to work your way around. Oud-West – Outside of the centre of town, my favourite neighbourhood to wander around at leisure (particularly on weekends when the locals are too wandering) is Oud-West. The accommodation is a little cheaper here, making it a great alternative if you plan to cycle in to the centre each day (just don’t forget where you parked your bike!) A couple of my favourite eateries are here also, including the super hipster Vegan Junk Food Bar (which sells food as the name suggests). De Pijp – This neighbourhood centres itself around the most iconic market in Amsterdam; Albert Cuyp Markt, which operates daily. Around this area you will also find some of the best brunch spots in Amsterdam, including my personal favourite; Little Collins.  Read More: Amsterdam Photo Diary […]

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Forsthaus Strelitz | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

Madame NGO - Indochina Brasserie

Madame NGO - Indochina Brasserie


Madame Ngo

Das Madame NGO ist eine moderne Reise in die kulinarische Welt Indochinas. Französisch-asiatische Spezialitäten in Berlin Charlottenburg.

Vegan Junk Food Bar

by shoshannah @ AWESOME AMSTERDAM

Vegans and vegetarians as well as carnivores will likely enjoy this tasty shop with branches across Amsterdam. Get your plant based comfort food here! Some people might think a vegan food is always healthy, rich in green vegetables and teeming with vitamins. Well, this is not that type of food. This is hearty, crunchy, salty,…

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LIFE WAS SHIT BEFORE THE INTERNET !?

LIFE WAS SHIT BEFORE THE INTERNET !?

by @ the mustards

what life was like before the internet. this week we discuss our memories of an easier time, or was it actually easier without facebook, instagram and the all seeing altavista ? listen and find out. we talk about : – the encyclopedia ! – IRL maps vs gps in phones ! – the beginning of viral videos ! – was boyz 2 men the best 90s soul group ? – booking trips, now vs then ! and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it's all about gnomes, forest spirits and trolls. can these creatures make life miserable for their neighbours ? love // jenny & david

13 FANTASTISCH Vegan Restaurants in Berlin Not To Miss

13 FANTASTISCH Vegan Restaurants in Berlin Not To Miss


Slow Vegan Travel Blog

It's easy being vegan in Berlin thanks to the number of vegetarian and vegan restaurants available. Many of them are great, but here are 13 fantastic ones.

Jung Grün & Blau, Private Kitchen, Moabit

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Jung Grün & Blau, Private Kitchen, Moabit’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Do you remember what you were doing when you were 19? I vaguely recall watching too much TV, missing days at a time of University and harrumphing when the world didn’t lay down, prostrate and purring, at my feet. I only bring it up because this weekend a teenager accompanied by a newly minted twenty...

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How to find the best international food in Berlin • Where Is Your Toothbrush?

How to find the best international food in Berlin • Where Is Your Toothbrush?


Where Is Your Toothbrush?

While you can find sausages, pretzels, and beer in Germany's capital, you're better off exploring international food in Berlin.

BEST OF THE YEAR ! NEW YEARS SPECIAL !

BEST OF THE YEAR ! NEW YEARS SPECIAL !

by @ the mustards

it's time for us to look back at the year and think about all the great things we've done ! so here's our top list of the best things that happened in 2017 !


let us know your thoughts @themustards_ on instagram !


we talk about :

– best movie of the year !

– best book !

– best food !

– best trip !

– most important news !

– goals for next year !

– is 30s the new 20s !?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about the russian ambulance that helped people in Stockholm!


don’t forget to subscribe and give us a little review ^.^


love // jenny & david

What’s in my Travel Bag 2018

What’s in my Travel Bag 2018

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

This year I’m taking a new approach to travel: I’ve written a list of destinations I don’t believe I can live without visiting in my lifetime and I’m ticking them off one by one. This year my adventures kicked off in Alberta, Canada, a destination that has been on my travel list for as long as I can remember. Although this destination is more popular in the summertime, I was determined to make it a winter trip as the concept of snow is still quite foreign for this Tasmanian native! Another new approach I am taking this year is to spend a lot more of my time capturing video content to help inspire journies of your own. For the past five years I have really side-lined video content and focused more on imagery, but this year I want to make my Youtube Channel my main approach. Switching to more video content means investing in new gear and upgrading some of my old and faithful gear. After much deliberation and way too much time watching review videos on Youtube, I’ve found the below equipment to be the best for me to capture my solo adventures this year in both photos and […]

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Huelva Explore Guide

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

If you’ve never heard of or been to Huelva, let me tell you that place is gorgeous. Basically, Huelva is a province in Southern Spain with a capital town that goes by the same name. It’s part of the Andalusia region and borders Portugal and […]

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15 Best Cheap Restaurants in Berlin for Food Enthusiasts | Hostelworld

15 Best Cheap Restaurants in Berlin for Food Enthusiasts | Hostelworld


Hostelworld Blog

From amazing raw zucchini noodles to the best kebab you’ll ever taste. Here are 15 of our favourite cheap restaurants in Berlin to get your appetite going

The Klub Kitchen | Healthy lunch

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Stylish café serving lunch dishes including vegan sweet potato glass noodles, salads and bowls.

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Glass, Contemporary Food, Charlottenburg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Glass, Contemporary Food, Charlottenburg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Pinch me. I had a meal last night, a meal I would not have expected to find in Berlin for a while yet to come.  And I had it in Charlottenburg. I was invited to the evening by Gal Ben Moshe‘s PR agent, Regine.  I know Regine personally, her portfolio of clients is enviable –...

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THINGS WE OBSESS OVER!

THINGS WE OBSESS OVER!

by @ the mustards

what we have been obsessing over lately ? the things that we just can't off of our minds ? all of the amazingly interesting and brilliantly fascinating things that goes on in our heads and makes us smile - in today's episode of the THE MUSTARDS podcast ! we talk about : – building our future epically gorgeous home ! – audio books FTW ! – being married to our jobs - the best career possible ! – naked face, bold lips ? - feminist tennis players ! – WTF is summer with ernst - the most swedish thing in the world !? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week jenny takes the wheel and remembers the two times she almost died ( and was saved by david ?? ) ! love // jenny & david

Budget Berlin Vegan: 10 Places to Eat Vegan in Berlin for Less Than €10

Budget Berlin Vegan: 10 Places to Eat Vegan in Berlin for Less Than €10


My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

The Berlin vegan scene has gone insane in the last few years. We made our mission to scour the streets for the best budget vegan food Berlin has to offer.

The Tree | Sichuan-style noodles in Mitte

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Charming Chinese restaurant serving noodle dishes, soups, starters as well as desserts.

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The 8 Best Restaurants in Berlin - Following our Feet

The 8 Best Restaurants in Berlin - Following our Feet


Following our Feet

In case you still don’t know much about us, we need to tell you that food is one of our biggest weaknesses. We love good quality food and we love the variety of restaurants in Berlin. Berlin is a multi-cultural city and a perfect place to discover new cuisines. Prices are low, there’s tons of variety and …

ARE YOU A LIAR?

ARE YOU A LIAR?

by @ the mustards

This podcast is sponsored by STORYBLOCKS, go to storyblocks.com/jennymustard for a 7 DAY FREE TRIAL!


after watching the documentary (dis)honesty, we just felt like we had to talk about this - lying !

what an incredibly exciting, important, and fun topic. we should talk about this more often ! the documentary highlights some super interesting points about dishonesty, rationalisation, cheating, and being able to look ourselves in the mirror. and like most things, it's a highly social activity !


we talk about :

– are we liars ?

– why do we lie ?

– is it bad ?

– are there ever good lies ?

– is there a difference between lying and exaggerating ?

– why david hates sales people !?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it's all about the lovely swedish guy kim who behaved both very cleverly and very gentlemanly after having is wallet stolen !


love // jenny & david

Luang Prabang on a budget

by Laura | Following our Feet @ Following our Feet

Beautiful Luang Prabang! I think we both fell in love the very first moment we arrived in this city. It’s so relaxed with such a good vibe that we already wanted to spend longer that the 4 days we had planned. You don’t need to organise lots of activities in Luang Prabang. Take some time […]

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HELLO FROM MILAN / JENNY'S CREEPY TEACHER !

HELLO FROM MILAN / JENNY'S CREEPY TEACHER !

by @ the mustards

this week it’s all about milan fashion week. what did we do in milan, how did we like it, pros and cons, and stuff like that. we talk about : – our first time in milan ! – how we planned our trip ! – how the people of milan are ! – can we live here ? – hotel vs airbnb ? – how to eat vegan when travelling ! – best vegan burger in milan ! and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s jenny's story about her school trip to milan when she was 15, and what happened with a creepy teacher. love // jenny & david

This is Where to Stay in Kampot for Comfort, Free Bikes, and a Peaceful Pool

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

If you’re wondering where to stay in Kampot, this modern hotel is right in the city centre. You’ll be a short walk from the best local cafes, bars, and restaurants, or a simple stroll along the river. Many Kampot hotels are a few kilometres outside the city, with gorgeous river views, but it’s a bit […]

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HOW TO BE COCKY AS FUCK !

HOW TO BE COCKY AS FUCK !

by @ the mustards

are you confident ? for some bloody reason, we're both actually quite comfortable in our own skin, so we thought we'd discuss it with you guys ! we talk about : – why we are confident ! – what is confidence really ? – are there any confidence shortcuts ? – our best tips ! – should we be faking it ? – our favourite stories when we've felt cocky af  ! and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is all about the incredibly style conscious swedish bank robbers, getting caught because of their fashion sense...! love // jenny & david

How to Travel Alberta in Winter: A 10 Day Itinerary!

How to Travel Alberta in Winter: A 10 Day Itinerary!

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

Hello my loves! My recent trip to Alberta in winter was like stepping foot in a real life snowglobe… talk about bucket list! In this blog I have put together a comprehensive guide to my 10-day adventure, in the hopes that it will inspire one of your own and if you’re new here (hello!) help you plan your winter journey through Alberta. In my opinion, 10 days in Alberta is about as ideal as it gets: just enough time to pack it all in and not enough time to get frostbite (no really, it gets that cold!) If you’re heading to Alberta for a ski trip you may wish to add a few more days to hit up the slopes, as this itinerary only allows for one day and is scheduled as more of a highlights tour. I hope you enjoy! Day 1: Arrive in Edmonton When flying into Alberta you have two options for the arrival: Edmonton or Calgary. The best way to pack in as much as possible for your trip is to fly into one and out of the other, but if you’re asking me, Edmonton is your preferred starting point because the views are that much better […]

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PODCAST : launching our brand new podcast – the mustards !

PODCAST : launching our brand new podcast – the mustards !

by @ the mustards

happy times – we have a brand new podcast coming your way !
( podcast at the bottom of this page )

this is our second podcast – after launching our movie podcast MUSTARD ON MOVIES a few months back – and we couldn’t be more excited !

we decided to create this podcast as a result of many different requests and comments from you guys – that you miss our sunday brakfast videos, that not all of you are interested in movies and want to hear us discuss other topics as well, and that you really like to also listen to some rawer, more spontaneous unedited material as well.

not to mention that we love recording podcasts, it’s so fun and cosy.

so here we go – episode 1 !
this week we talk about the concept of moving.

why do we do it ?
how do we feel about it ?
is it necessary for our happiness ?
how it is to live in 9 different...

Five Travel Tips for Poznan

by Dale @ Slow Vegan Travel Blog

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Just a few months ago we were travelling through Europe along the train lines using our Interrail passes (that’s Eurail to those of you outside of the European Union) in the direction of the first stop on our loose itinerary of possible destinations. We did have a larger master plan to venture from our last […]

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Spectacular show for young and old: Night of Freestyle

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

Last year we wrote an article about the Flic Flac Circus because it was a nice activity to visit with family and friends during the cold wintermonths. Although this circus

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Vietnamese dynasties

Vietnamese dynasties


EXBERLINER.com

Who’s behind the new wave of Vietnamese food in Berlin? Three mini-empires, run by close-knit families who seem to strike gold with each new venture. We asked their bosses for the secret of their success.

How to find the best international food in Berlin

by Ali Garland @ Where Is Your Toothbrush?

When most people travel to Germany, they want to try beer, pretzels, schnitzel, and sausages. While you can find these things in the country’s capital, you’re better off exploring international food in Berlin, a city that has been attracting people from all over the world for many decades. After World War II, Germany needed workers […]

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Restaurant Story, London Bridge

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Restaurant Story, London Bridge’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The purpose of my trip to London is ostensibly to have my yearly dental check up. That I am able to breakfast, lunch and dinner with old friends is a bonus. And treating myself to Dinings, Yashin, La Fromagerie, Rose Bakery and ‘white hot‘ Restaurant Story is – who am I kidding? It’s the best....

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Sonntags in Berlin

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

For many outsiders and visitors, Germany must seem so very extra about its weekend laws. Even Berlin – having quickly transitioned from the beaten European underdog to the political and economical hub of the continent – usually adheres to the one rule that throws everybody off: on Sundays, everything is closed. Only a few formal […]

Sonntags in Berlin was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

Brasserie Colette by Tim Raue

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

Brasserie Colette by Tim Raue is a solid restaurant for French classics and modern variations of them. It’s also part of the Tertianum project, a premium residency complex and retirement home for the elderly. I met Steve Karlsch, culinary director of the Colette franchise, for a little chat about the restaurant and the project. Notoriously […]

Brasserie Colette by Tim Raue was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

La Soupe Populaire, German Food, Prenzlauerberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘La Soupe Populaire, German Food, Prenzlauerberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Tim Raue’s newest venture is at the Bötzow Brewery.  Championing German food (yes – apparently it’s possible) in the original space of the former brewery. Two of us sit perched up high on leggy metal work.  Surrounded by Futuring, an exhibition by Eva & Adele (who were described to me as Berlin’s answer to Gilbert...

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IS TAIPEI THE NEW TOKYO?

IS TAIPEI THE NEW TOKYO?

by @ the mustards

we are on our dream trip to taipei. now taipei isn't the most famous city in east asia by far, so we wanted to give you a bit of info on what's going on here and what we think about it.


let us know your thoughts @themustard_ on instagram !


we talk about :

- what do we think about meeting subcribers/listeners/fans in real life ?

- raw food cake vs vegan cake

- are people nicer in taipei than in berlin ?

- is google translate the new pokemon game ?

- is taipei the safest place in the world ?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about the tv reality show big brother, the danish version !

Party in Berlin: The best parties in February 2018

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

Partying in Berlin is a great experience. There are not many cities in the world who can compete with the nightlife in Berlin and the great parties are defenitely a

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15 Tips for Being a Great Couchsurfing Guest

by Dale @ Slow Vegan Travel Blog

The post 15 Tips for Being a Great Couchsurfing Guest appeared first on Slow Vegan Travel Blog.

Couchsurfing has been one of the strongest cornerstones of our travel around the world over the past few years. Due to the endless and eager generosity of friendly locals we’ve been sheltered from the elements, given food to fill our belly, and entertained by their stories more times than we can actually remember. We’ve lost […]

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Recap: Stil in Berlin’s Warm Up #4 | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

What’s Up Weekend? 23 – 29 June 2016

by BRON @ Lucy vs. the Globe

Berlin Midsommar Festival, a techno open air – tonight! – and a plethora of vibes both inside the clubs and out, our picks for the next week or so are below. Each of them is either... More

Das Berlin Festival Guide 2016

by LUCY @ Lucy vs. the Globe

Fancy adding one or more festivals to your summer agenda however as unorganised as us and don’t want to travel far? Kein Stress! We’ve put together a cheeky last minute guide to the best of the... More

The 10 Best Places to Eat in Berlin for Vegetarians & Vegans | WORLD OF WANDERLUST

The 10 Best Places to Eat in Berlin for Vegetarians & Vegans | WORLD OF WANDERLUST


WORLD OF WANDERLUST

A list of the best places to eat in Berlin for vegetarians and vegans.

Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

In London, I spent a good three hours flipping hungrily through the food books that have been published in my absence. While looking through one called “A delicious life – New Food Entrepreneurs” – I came across Paletas, Zeit für Brot, and ART Sucre.  Right there in black and white and in hard cover.  Berlin shops sharing...

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Indulge in Guilt-Free Luxury at 7 of the World’s Best Green Retreats

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

These luxury green retreats may not be totally affordable but they are FABULOUS and guilt-free. Even if you travel on the cheap, these 7 eco retreats are all you need to fire up your 2018 travel dreams. Who doesn’t love to look at pictures of exotic retreats around the world? It’s even better when they […]

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The Pornceptual Magazine: Redefining Pornography

by Andy @ iHeartBerlin.de

photos: Pornceptual Their art made you gasp, their parties made you sweat – and always left you craving for more. For almost 5 years the Berlin collective Pornceptual has been disrupting the worlds of art and porn; first Berlin then the world. But don’t you think they’re out of breath, after half a decade, they […]

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ! HOW TO SURVIVE XMAS !

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ! HOW TO SURVIVE XMAS !

by @ the mustards

it's the time of year, when the mustards do a christmas special xtravaganza !

so today we're talking about all the ways we can survive this christmas !


let us know your thoughts @themustards_ on instagram !


we talk about :

– the racist uncle !

– alone time !

– making your food healthier !

– our worst christmas parties !

– should we have high or low expectations for christmas !

– are big companies buying all the vegan brands ?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about the worst christmas presents that people have received from work !


don’t forget to subscribe and give us a little review ^.^


love // jenny & david

Minh-Trang

Minh-Trang


Berlin on a Platter

A simple fact of life in Berlin is that finding a really good and authentic Vietnamese restaurant can be about as rare as a sunny day in winter. It's not that the days (restaurants) don't exist, but they're rare and precious. It's a little mysterious, what with Berlin's large Vietnamese...

JENNY IS SUCH A CLICHE

JENNY IS SUCH A CLICHE

by @ the mustards

what is a cliche ? and in what ways are we cliches ? should we embrace it or try our best to stand out !? all of this will be discussed when we find out all there is to know about cliches in this week's episode of The Mustards Podcast !


let us know your thoughts @themustards_ on instagram !


we talk about :

– are we cliches !?

– our views on the dangers of microwaves !

– you end up as people you hang out with ! !

– cliche vs platitude !

– that time when someone saw that we were vegans ?

– daft punk or daaft punk ?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about how swedish internet trolls don't know how facebook works!


don’t forget to subscribe and give us a little review ^.^


love // jenny & david


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Requiem For TXL: The iconic architecture and legacy of Berlin airport Tegel

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

I’ve always had a thing for airports, but coming to Berlin Tegel after experiencing a lifetime of travel from Frankfurt’s super-gigantic Fraport was like moving from the city-center of Tokyo to a Bulgarian monastery in the mountains: it’s eerily quiet, ascetic and a really outdated concept. There was nothing of the hustle and bustle of […]

Requiem For TXL: The iconic architecture and legacy of Berlin airport Tegel was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

Train Etiquette – The Berlin GIFs Edition

by David @ Berlin Love

One of the major arse-aches of train travel anywhere in the world is the inability of some people to grasp the basics of train etiquette. Almost every train journey involves some form of idiocy, lack of common sense or plain rudeness. I have lots of bugbears when it comes to train etiquette – feet on […]

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7 of the Best Yoga Travel Destinations for Your 2018 Adventures

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

If you think India is the ultimate yoga travel destination, think again! These 7 places (plus 7 great alternatives) are our picks for the very best yoga adventures in 2018! A couple of years ago, we made our first trip to India. Having heard from all our yogi friends what a mind-blowing spiritual experience it […]

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6 tips for scoring a cheap flight to Paris

6 tips for scoring a cheap flight to Paris

by Mayowa Ige @ EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog

The idea of traveling to Paris is always exciting — until it comes time to budget for your airfare. Getting to the City of Light is not always as cheap as we would like, with round-trip ticket prices frequently topping $1,000 from the US. EuroCheapo has you covered with the best affordable hotels in Paris, » Read more

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Tomato Chickpea Salad with Celery

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Tomato Chickpea Salad with Celery’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

I’ve gotten into a good habit of late. After I drop Layla off at school, I come home and make lunch or however much of lunch can be made ahead of time. A recent favourite is Camargue rice with black beans loosely based on this Bon Appetit recipe. Another is a mung bean noodle salad...

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Mauricio Alves’ Chameleonic Gema Architecture And Interior Design

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

Gema’s General Director, Mauricio Alves, works with his multinational team in a house style defined by its indefinability. The architecture and interior design company were commissioned to design Le Club Bar at the historic Hanoi Sofitel Legend Metropole, NAMO’s artisanal Italian pizzeria, El Gaucho’s macho neo-industrial Argentinian steakhouses, and the Maharajah’s palace opulence of Tajmasago Indian […]

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The Most Important Restaurants in Berlin

The Most Important Restaurants in Berlin


Thrillist

These are the restaurants that make Berlin, Berlin.

Vegetarian Thai food: Kin Dee | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

One of my favourite openings of the year was without a doubt , the Thai restaurant under the direction of head chef Dalad Kambhu and restaurant manager Moritz Estermann that took over the space of renown  in the spring. From the start, Dalad made a point of focussing on the strengths of her home country's cooking: fresh, high quality ingredients and intense herb & spice mixes. That's why she rather uses local produce like kohlrabi or radishes than imported veggies, and makes all her pastes in house. And much to my delight, she also included plenty vegetarian dishes from the beginning. By now, six months after opening their doors, there's a full on vegetarian menu with many new dishes, that I can very much recommend. And for all you non-veggie friends out there: the meat and fish options are seriously delicious as well, my fellow eaters usually drool over the confit octopus with Kaprao sauce, some of them saying it's the best they've ever eaten.

Still Delicious: Lunch at Hallesches Haus | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

You probably know as one of the most instagram-ready places in Berlin, with a light filled café space adorned with loads of hanging plants and raw wood and black steel furniture. It makes a perfect background for your next hundreds of sosh-meeds likes. However, it's not only about aesthetics at the Haus, but about serving scrumptious and contemporary breakfast, brunch and lunch fare. I went back to check their new menu und let me tell you, they're currently making my favourite green salad in Berlin.

Lava, Delicatessen in Neukölln

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Lava, Delicatessen in Neukölln’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The storefront that precedes Lavanderia Vecchia is now home to Lava. A deli with mossy green walls and checkered tiles on the floor. A lone ham and 4 long salamis greet me when I come in. Doilies are pinned to the furniture at random intervals while barren wrought iron candle holders decorate the wall. The...

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The Festival of Lights 2017 in Berlin

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

The Festival of Light is definitely one of the most spectacular annual event in Berlin. In the month October, when the weather makes it a bit harder to enjoy the

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Walled in! – The inner German border | DW English

by David @ Berlin Love

The computer animation Walled in! – The inner German border, which details the fortifications of the former boundary was produced by Deutsche Welle in cooperation with the Berlin Wall Foundation to mark the 20th anniversary of the fall of the wall. Save for a few remaining stretches preserved as memorials, the Berlin Wall is merely […]

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Ataya Caffe Vegan Brunch

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

Outside the Berlin circular railway in Prenzlauer Berg, there are still lots of great food places to discover. Ataya Caffe is one of the pleasant surprises you’ll encounter on a random day, that will make your day a good one. It’s run by Elisabetta, who […]

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Coming Up: Warm Up 4 | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

It's that time of the year again! It's getting cold and very uncomfortable in this city, and while it's easy to survive the chilly season when you have enough funds for a warm coat, all the hot soups, and a cosy home to hibernate in, it's one of the most grueling times for those not that lucky. And because I'm sure most of you have one or three extra warm jackets in their closet, or a pair of boots to spare, I'm asking you to come and donate them at Warm Up No.4, a clothing donation event benefiting Kreuzberg Hilft! I'll make your effort worth your while, promised.

CELEBRATING MIDSUMMER LIKE A SWEDE !

CELEBRATING MIDSUMMER LIKE A SWEDE !

by @ the mustards

swedish midsummer - is there a better thing in the entire world !? no, there really isn't. ok - maybe swedish christmas. but just barely. in today's episode we give you the lowdown on how swedes celebrate midsummer - both the good and the bad and the weird things about the tradition. we talk about : – what does a typical midsummer's eve look like ? – why do we go so cuckoo for midsummer in sweden !? – david's and my favourite midsummer's memories ( yes, they are embarrassing ) ! – why do we dress weirdly and sing rude songs ? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week we go through some aweful and semi-funny midsummer memories. like the time jenny did the most racist thing without meaning to !

Gegessen Wird Immer

by Luisa @ Berlin on a Platter

Several months ago, during my hunt for good grocery delivery services, I stumbled across the Berlin startup, Gegessen wird immer. It specializes in delivering both organic and artisanal grocery products, delivering local fruit and vegetables, fresh meat, an amazing selection of wine and beer (not to mention spirits), as well...

garküche street food berlin

garküche street food berlin


mammam-berlins Jimdo-Page!

im Mammam Garküche Street Food - Berlin wird thailändisches und vietnamesisches Street food serviert. Wir kochen ohne Glutamat und 100% frisch. Alle Gerichte auch als vegetarisch, vegan, gluten frei oder Lactosen frei haben.

MISERY: THE OPPOSITE OF HYGGE !

MISERY: THE OPPOSITE OF HYGGE !

by @ the mustards

it's my birthday ! 32 good damn years, it's quite impressive if i may say so myself ^.^ today, david and i are out celebrating, but that doesn't mean that we don't want to hang out with you ! so here goes, a brand new podcast episode... this one is all about misär - what we think is the direct opposite of hygge ( danish word for a cozy atmosphere ). we might very well be misusing the word, it's just come to be one of those words the two of us use all the time to describe something that's hard to pinpoint. hope you enjoy this one ! we talk about : – the other day, totally miserable running around homeware and furniture shops ! – what is misär ? – examples of some really misär stuff and situations ! – how to realise if you have a misär or hygge atmosphere right now !? – about the trouble of being an atmosphere person ! and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week david tells a story when he did something funny but quite naughty to...

Vietnamese food in Berlin: Saigon Green -- stilinberlin

Vietnamese food in Berlin: Saigon Green -- stilinberlin


Stil in Berlin

A review about Saigon Green on Kantstraße, one of our favorites for Vietnamese food in Berlin

Eating in Berlin – May Favourites

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

Starting in May, I’m going to launch the blog post series “Monthly favourites”. It’s a miscellaneous compilation of what I ate in the last month and what foods I really liked. There might be new restaurants or also oldies but goodies. Hopefully it will give […]

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District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin

District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin


Berlin Love

District Mot is a funky Vietnamese restaurant in Berlin Mitte selling Saigon street food and the De La Sauce, a fusion burger among the best in Berlin.

5 Films that Capture the Sound of Berlin in Different Decades

by Claudio @ iHeartBerlin.de

Sponsored Over the last 100 years, Berlin has changed into several drastic shapes like no other city in Germany. Every time a shift happened not only the urban aesthetic of Berlin evolved but also the layer that lies beneath our everyday routines: Sound! For the next chapter of Audi Zeitgeist Projects, a unique commitment of the […]

Wegbier: Berlin’s Bargain Beer Map

by David @ Berlin Love

Berlin is pretty cheap when it comes to beer but I’ve noticed that Späti prices can vary wildly so I came up with Wegbier – Berlin’s Bargain Beer Map to keep track of the best value options. One of the reasons I fell in love with Berlin was the freedom to drink a beer as […]

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How to Travel around Vietnam

by Laura | Following our Feet @ Following our Feet

Vietnam can get really confusing when travelling around. They have schedules and set stations so it shouldn’t be that difficult right? Well, let me tell you sometimes it can get a bit challenging. Here we give you some information to helpfully save you some time, money and headaches! Hanoi to Cat Ba The journey from […]

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Portland vs Seattle: Which city has the best food and beer?

by Peter Korchnak @ Where Is Your Toothbrush?

Seattle and Portland, the two major cities in the Pacific Northwest, have a long-standing rivalry, something you’d expect from places in close proximity. The Portland vs Seattle competition manifests itself first and foremost in sports, with the Major League Soccer teams Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders as prime examples. The rivalry also extends to the […]

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Hallesches Haus | Charming coffee place

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Stylish café serving vegan cake and daily specials like soup, sandwich or a bowl.

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Quà Phê

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

This post is written in cooperation with MasterCard and is part of the current issue of Sister Mag. All pictures were taken by the amazing Jules from Herz und Blut. Winter has arrived in Berlin and there is no quick escape to a warm paradise. […]

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Tick And Pick’s Novelty Gifts For Tasteful Tourists

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

In 2017, Vietnam saw 12,922,251 international visitors exit its airports’ terminals looking to get a taste of what the country is all about. That number is an increase of 29.1% over the same period last year according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism. As new guests continue rolling into Vietnam, the demand for […]

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Valentine’s Day: Romantic hotels in Rome that won’t break the bank

Valentine’s Day: Romantic hotels in Rome that won’t break the bank

by Suzanne Russo @ EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog

Even on the continent that invented romance, few cities rival Rome when it comes to creating or fostering amore. The Eternal City is chock-full of quiet lanes for strolling, pasta dishes for sharing, and covert corners for stealing kisses. Still need more proof? We made a list of the 5 most romantic spots in Rome. But » Read more

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Sunday Documentary: Degenerate Art

by David @ Berlin Love

Degenerate Art is a documentary by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art based on the exhibition Degenerate Art: The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany that they put on at the Altes Museum in Berlin in 1992. As with the Nazi book burning of 1933, classifying particular works as degenerate art was part […]

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Berlin Vegan Food Guide 2017 - Fruit Fairy

Berlin Vegan Food Guide 2017 - Fruit Fairy


Fruit Fairy

A guide to the top vegan places in Berlin 2017 The first time (and last time) I went to Berlin was when I was 17 years old. I was not vegan and it was a school trip. We were not allowed to walk around freely and we had to be in bed before 12. My second time (this time) I…

Berlin's little Vietnam reflects divided city | Scene in Berlin | DW | 27.03.2014

Berlin's little Vietnam reflects divided city | Scene in Berlin | DW | 27.03.2014


DW.COM

Berlin has a huge Vietnamese population, shaped by city's own historical division. DW's Elizabeth Grenier immerses herself in the local sub-culture, on a hunt for the best Pho soup.

STOP MAKING EXCUSES!

STOP MAKING EXCUSES!

by @ the mustards

autumn is around the corner, let's get down to business and get shit sorted out. and you know what that means ? no more excuses ! we talk about : – why we make excuses ! – why is it so bad ? – what excuses do we mustards tell ourselves ? – the difference between personality and excuses ? – how to break the bad habit ! – does jenny really hate to travel  !? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is all about the time jenny tried to pet a cat just to realise it wasn't a cat at all, but a scary.... love // jenny & david

Be Coffee My Friend

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

50 shades of grey should have been filmed during Winter season in Berlin, because that’s exactly how it looks like. Saturday afternoon, we dared to leave our warm and cozy apartment to find out about this new place at Yorckstrasse. Not only did we drank […]

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German-Vietnamese Restaurateur Nguyen Ngoc Duc On Berlin, Bikes and Business - Vietcetera

German-Vietnamese Restaurateur Nguyen Ngoc Duc On Berlin, Bikes and Business - Vietcetera


Vietcetera

One German-Vietnamese restaurant maestro gets real about growing up abroad and returning, his coffee bean buzz and connecting with the homeland.

23 FREE things to do in Amsterdam

by shoshannah @ AWESOME AMSTERDAM

Let’s be honest, being a tourist is not cheap. Typically you have to pay for travel and accommodations, and then on top of it you are eating out all the time. Whether you can afford it or not, these costs all add up. So here is a list of 23 awesome free things you can…

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Bakes Saigon: Laure Chevallier Is Serving Up Sweet Stories

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

Pastry making is an art form with a long and fascinating history. Naturally, the French did much to transform delicate desserts into their modern incarnation. Claude, the celebrated French painter and occasional chef, accidentally created the first modern puff pastry while attempting to make a cake for his sick father. Later, the glamorization of pastries […]

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Boulevard Grill HCMC: The Steakhouse With A Heart

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

There’s a new steakhouse in town, Boulevard Grill HCMC. Located in District 3, the restaurant’s philanthropic business model has them cooking up more than just their trademark Australian grass-fed T-bone and wagyu beef jerky. That’s because through the restaurant’s “Dining for Giving” program, Boulevard Grill HCMC are also connecting with non-profit organizations in the city […]

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Skalar – A Stunning Audio-Visual Experience at Kraftwerk Berlin

by Claudio @ iHeartBerlin.de

There is no final explanation why we humans connect our emotions to certain sounds and colors. Some say it’s evolution that made red the color of anger, other say it’s our civilization and culture that tells us certain sounds feel sad. Either way, art and music are the sublime keys to our emotions and gifted […]

What’s Up Weekend? 9 – 15 June 2016

by BRON @ Lucy vs. the Globe

Mira Festival’s Berlin debut, all-day parties, techno from Argentina, Kelela, Jeremih und mehr! The sun may not be as strong but your party options are in abundance – our picks for the next week or so... More

Berlin: Japanese, Vietnamese, and Korean food for under €10 | EuroCheapo

Berlin: Japanese, Vietnamese, and Korean food for under €10 | EuroCheapo


EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog

Let’s face it. A Cheapo in Berlin can only eat so many fat- and calorie-laden Döner Kebabs and Currywursts before feeling weighed down. Luckily, Berlin is rife with cheap, healthy, and delicious Asian food joints where budget hunters can fill their bellies for far less than €10. Here is the lowdown on our favorite Asian » Read more

WHAT IT'S LIKE GROWING UP IN SCANDINAVIA!

WHAT IT'S LIKE GROWING UP IN SCANDINAVIA!

by @ the mustards

hi from la la land ! it’s the scandinavian episode ! we had about 4 hours to kill at the airport in norway, so we recorded a podcast ! never mind the PA system :) we talk about : – how is it to grow up in scandinavia ? – what shocks us with other cultures ? – what’s the difference between the scandinavian countries ? – how rich are swedes ? – question of the week : where do we go for brain food ? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is about nudity at the gym, how comfortable is david in the locker room !?

HOW TO DECIDE LIFE CHANGING EVENTS!

HOW TO DECIDE LIFE CHANGING EVENTS!

by @ the mustards

This week it's all about making decisions, which school should I go to, which career should I choose, how many kids should I have, what should I have for breakfast? All these decisions we have to make. What's our process to figure things like this out? we talk about : - Our trip to Zürich - how jenny decides ! - how david decides ! - how we decided to move to London, Berlin, Stockholm etc. - who's the devil's advocate ? - how do you make friends ? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it's all about Jenny embarrassing herself yet again at the airport ! love // jenny & david

Jio Health Is Using Technology To Humanize Healthcare

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

Recent data reports show that by 2020, fifty percent of global healthcare expenditure will be used to treat the three leading causes of mortality—cardiovascular disease, cancer, and respiratory disease. To give you a little perspective, that’s about US $4 trillion. Globally, we’re also seeing a reduction in the number of hospital beds and decreased government […]

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Maison Fashion Group’s Jonathan Wong Wants To Bridge Commerce And Content

by Hao Tran @ Vietcetera

Retail sales in Vietnam rose 12% year-on-year by the end of 2017. Vietnam has also been ranked as the country with the most potential in Asia—even higher than Singapore, China, Philippines, Thailand, and Malaysia—by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Additionally, the Global Retail Development Index marked Vietnam as the 6th most attractive retail market […]

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Umaimon

by shoshannah @ AWESOME AMSTERDAM

Oh I love ramen! Don’t you? Make your way to Umaimon at Amsterdam’s Leidseplein for a big warm bowl of yummy chicken ramen. This ramen restaurant is located in the middle of Leidseplein which may make you think it’s a place to avoid, as the area is quite touristy. However if you love ramen, definitely…

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Berlinale 2017: Florian’s Top 10 | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

Golden Dinner

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

Turning rubble into dining rooms: Berlin based agency muxmäuschenwild have been transforming the secret, forgotten and abandoned sites of Berlin into festive ballrooms for their Golden Dinner series. In light of their last installment at the former Galeria Kaufhof at Ostbahnhof (easily recognized thanks to its iconic facade) last week, I asked Julia Kopper, founder and agency […]

Golden Dinner was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

OUR MONEY EPISODE

OUR MONEY EPISODE

by @ the mustards

it's the money episode ! we talk about : - our love hate relationship with money ! - how much should you have ? - our own financial situation throughout the years ! - is money important ? - can you buy happiness ? - views on money as minimalists ! - is money the source of all evil ? other random stuff in this episode : - our escape room adventure - did we make it out ? - how it feels to have 200k subscribers on youtube ! - we have a brilliant feminist news story ! - is it ethical to have pets ? and of course, it wouldn't feel like tuesday without david's semi-funny anecdote about people we don't know : this week is one of our fav stories - the traveling sofa ! it doesn't get more berlin than this story ^.^

Emma Pea | Vegan street food & burgers

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

All-vegan restaurant in Friedrichshain serving burgers, nachos, soup, quiche and more.

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CMG Asia’s Chief Creative Officer Michael Wong’s Guide To Creativity

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

Michael Wong is the creative spark behind California Management Group Asia. The company, founded in 2007 with the aim to “make life better,” now has sixteen brands that include their first venture, California Fitness & Yoga, and newer imprints like UFC Gym, Yoga Plus, the Calikids Academy, and Eri Science of Beauty. Michael joined after […]

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Ruman in Amman, Jordan

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Ruman in Amman, Jordan’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

I missed the memo that it was Ramadan, (or I ignored it more likely). So for the past month we’ve been firmly planted at my father’s home in Ruman, Jordan (Ruman means pomegranate in Arabic, lovely, isn’t it?).  The kids and I have been living on our pomegranate hill, which is planted not with pomegranates...

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ARE YOU SAD ?

ARE YOU SAD ?

by @ the mustards

are you feeling sad ? you got the tuesday blues ? or just a little bit cranky or moody for no reason ? we got you covered ! in this episode, we discuss sadness - why do we have it, and is it really all that bad ? plus, the ingenious one-good-blink strategy, you don't want to miss that one ! we talk about : – why are we sad ? – the universal mood scale ! – is sadness good or bad ? – our get happy strategies ! – when are we happy ? – is sadness your guilty pleasure ? – being grateful - does it work !? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about the time david had a crush on a neo-nazi ! love // jenny & david

HOW DO YOU COMMUNICATE ? (CULTURAL DIFFERENCES)

HOW DO YOU COMMUNICATE ? (CULTURAL DIFFERENCES)

by @ the mustards

are you a good communicator? or do you have trouble talking to people in person, over the phone or even online? today we share our thoughts on this topic.


Also, if you could go back in time, where would you go? david has some uninteresting thoughts.


we talk about :

– how do we communicate ?

– email vs phone !

– cultural differences in communication ?

– what’s up with americans and conference calls !

– why are swedes impolite when addressing people ?

– what do you say when you bump into someone ?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about the angry landowner that has declared war on the swedish army !

10 things to do in Venice on the cheap

10 things to do in Venice on the cheap

by Monica Cesarato @ EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog

Venice, as everybody well knows, is one of the most expensive cities to visit in Europe. Hotels, restaurants and gondola rides can quickly and adversely affect your budget. So we decided to list 10 favorite activities that Venice offers for under €15. Who says Venice has to be expensive? Venice travel tips • The Best » Read more

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Cat Ba & Ha Long Bay

by Laura | Following our Feet @ Following our Feet

One of the most famous destinations in Vietnam is Ha Long Bay. Normally people book a two day one night cruise tour. You will do different activities like kayaking, snorkelling and visiting different islands. If you already know us, you’ll know that we always try to organise things ourselves and we love to find the […]

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Vöner | Vegan doner kebab

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

100% vegan diner in Friedrichshain serving doener kebab, burgers, hotdogs, and currywurst.

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momos | Organic vegan dumplings

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Organic vegetarian dumpling restaurant serving vegan dumplings, soup, salad, and desserts.

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OUR WEIRD SWEDEN VACATION !

OUR WEIRD SWEDEN VACATION !

by @ the mustards

we're safely back in berlin after a relaxing and funny 10 day trip to good old sweden ! we talk about : – being stared at in a small seaside town ! – our adventure in a countryside general store ! – why we keep on going back ? – is the weather really as bad as they say ? – the utter pleasure of going to a swedish supermarket ! – why the old swedish people are so scared of bulgarians and wild boar  !? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week we teach you how to behave in the swedish countryside - the trick being to be polite but never friendly if you want the locals to like you ! don’t forget to subscribe and give us a little review ^.^ love // jenny & david

CHINESE NEW YEAR IN AMSTERDAM

by shoshannah @ AWESOME AMSTERDAM

Let’s celebrate the year of the monkey with traditional dances, fireworks and delicious food in Amsterdam’s Chinatown. Check out our guide! Chinese New Year in Amsterdam’s Chinatown The Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year as it is also known, is celebrated on the 16th of February 2018. Celebrations in Amsterdam typically take place on the…

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Minh-Trang

by Luisa @ Berlin on a Platter

A simple fact of life in Berlin is that finding a really good and authentic Vietnamese restaurant can be about as rare as a sunny day in winter. It's not that the days (restaurants) don't exist, but they're rare and precious. It's a little mysterious, what with Berlin's large Vietnamese...

Gegessen Wird Immer

by Luisa @ Berlin on a Platter

Several months ago, during my hunt for good grocery delivery services, I stumbled across the Berlin startup, Gegessen wird immer. It specializes in delivering both organic and artisanal grocery products, delivering local fruit and vegetables, fresh meat, an amazing selection of wine and beer (not to mention spirits), as well...

10 Free museums in Europe to visit on your vacation

10 Free museums in Europe to visit on your vacation

by Chris Ciolli @ EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog

Some of the world’s most renowned collections of art and artifacts call Europe home. But when you’re traveling on a budget, museum entry fees can add up in a hurry. So how can an art-loving Cheapo avoid paying the entry price? Our advice is to visit your top picks on the free or reduced price days, or » Read more

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Things to do in Turin Italy in One Day: Pizza, Gelato & Must-See Sights

by Stephen @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

Here’s your guide to things to do in Turin Italy in one day, including the best pizza and gelato as recommended by our local friends! It includes a self-guided walking tour map, too. Though it’s not a huge city like Rome or a capital of fashion like Milan, Turin Italy (also known as Torino) is […]

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ARE YOU THE 'ALL OR NOTHING' OR THE 'MELLOW' PERSONALITY TYPE ?

ARE YOU THE 'ALL OR NOTHING' OR THE 'MELLOW' PERSONALITY TYPE ?

by @ the mustards

in our relationship we always refer to jenny as the 'all or nothing' person, and david as the 'mellow' personality type. does these makes sense to you ? do you recognise yourself in either of these types ? we talk about : – what is the 'mellow' personality ? – what is the 'all or nothing' personality ? – how is it to be in a relationship with your personality opposite ? – the pros and cons of each type ! – how we met ! – how we have helped change each other's personalities ! – why we're such a good team ! and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week david muses over the utter stupidity of the swedish liberals party's penis pr stunt !

WHAT IT'S LIKE WORKING IN SOCIAL MEDIA (Q&A) PART 2

WHAT IT'S LIKE WORKING IN SOCIAL MEDIA (Q&A) PART 2

by @ the mustards

this really seems to be something you guys are super curious about - what is it really like to work as an influencer, having social media as a full time job !? we asked you in instagram to hit us with your best questions, so here we go - a double Q&A episode where we spill the beans on what blogger life is really like. we talk about : – how do we make money ? – our best tips on how to grow your following ! – what does our friends and family say about our job ? – how long did it take to make a career out of it ? – how to find brands to work with ? – is it annoying to always share your life and never be private ? – how we handle trolls and haters ! – is it weird to meet 'fans' on the street that know all about us ?!? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is actually jenny who remembers the frightful morning she woke up half-naked in bed with a strange noise coming from the hallway... ! love // jenny & david

Anna Durkes, Italian Ice Cream, Kreuzberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Anna Durkes, Italian Ice Cream, Kreuzberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Anna Durkes in Kreuzberg makes gelato.  It’s smoother than your average Berlin kugel and creamier, its richness coats the mouth like butter. The shop isn’t your average eis laden. With an island of cream painted metal furniture looking like oversized stick insects in repose at its center.  On one side is a pale blue wall...

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Minh-Trang

by Luisa @ Berlin on a Platter

A simple fact of life in Berlin is that finding a really good and authentic Vietnamese restaurant can be about as rare as a sunny day in winter. It's not that the days (restaurants) don't exist, but they're rare and precious. It's a little mysterious, what with Berlin's large Vietnamese...

#MeToo, Our Thoughts!

#MeToo, Our Thoughts!

by @ the mustards

This podcast is sponsored by STORYBLOCKS, go to storyblocks.com/jennymustard for a 7 DAY FREE TRIAL!


now it's the Mustards turn to tackle the subject of MeToo and sexual harassment in the entertainment industry.

it's an incredibly important topic that we only scratch the surface on in this episode and we try to steer the conversation to how women are portrayed in movies and tv. something we're kind of experts in at this point.


let us know your thoughts @themustard_


we talk about :

– you fight like a girl

– harvey, kevin and louis

– nurturing women in movies

– miss representation

– feminism in entertainment

– pc culture: what is it good for?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it's all about the british property developer that 'sticks it to the man' bo nordebo style !


love // jenny & david

Travel to Berlin: Tips and advice

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

Visiting Berlin is something we would all like to do more than 1-2 times a year. But unfortunately Berlin is a bit too far away for most of you to

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WHAT IT'S LIKE WORKING IN SOCIAL MEDIA (Q&A) PART 1

WHAT IT'S LIKE WORKING IN SOCIAL MEDIA (Q&A) PART 1

by @ the mustards

this really seems to be something you guys are super curious about - what is it really like to work as an influencer, having social media as a full time job !? we asked you in instagram to hit us with your best questions, so here we go - a double Q&A episode where we spill the beans on what blogger life is really like. we talk about : – how do we make money ? – our best tips on how to grow your following ! – what does our friends and family say about our job ? – how long did it take to make a career out of it ? – how to find brands to work with ? – is it annoying to always share your life and never be private ? – how we handle trolls and haters ! – is it weird to meet 'fans' on the street that know all about us ?!? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is actually jenny who remembers the frightful morning she woke up half-naked in bed with a strange noise coming from the hallway... ! love // jenny & david

Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

SucreéBarcellos Salon Sucré is open 4 days a week, from Thursday to Sunday.  On those days, Eric Muller wakes up at 3 a.m. and works 14 hour days. When I visit on Saturday, he is scooting around frenetically.  Having baked most of the pastries on display earlier that day, he is now in serving a steady...

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HOW TO STOP FEELING LAZY!

HOW TO STOP FEELING LAZY!

by @ the mustards

we talk about : – are you lazy ? – are we lazy ? – is being lazy something you can change ? – how to use passion ! – our own stories on going from lazy to productive ! – how lazy is different from relaxed ! – the three p's ! and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week we remember the 3 most epic anecdotes about cute tourists from our london days ! you can listen to us here below, on acast, itunes, or most other places they have podcasts. don’t forget to subscribe and give us a little review ^.^ love // jenny & david

The Bizarre World of Extraweg: An Interview with the Berlin-based Artist

The Bizarre World of Extraweg: An Interview with the Berlin-based Artist

by Franziska @ iHeartBerlin.de

Just a little over a year ago motion designer Oliver Latta a.k.a. Extraweg started to share his artwork on Instagram and, quickly, hundreds of thousands of people fell in love with his unusual and captivating animations. Especially his recent videos, marked by their unique clean pink style and the elasticity of his figures, fascinated a whole […]

Must-See show in Friedrichstadt-Palast: The One

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

The last couple of weeks, the wetter has been pretty depressive in Berlin. It has been raining quite a lot and this unfortunately forces visitors of Berlin to search for

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The Best Places in Berlin 2018: A Map | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

The map has arrived! Clad in bright Pantone orange, the new and updated edition of the Best Places in Berlin map is a stunner – easily doubling as a mood-brightener during grey winter days. First and foremost, it's a collection of over 100 excellent places in Berlin to eat, drink, shop, and have fun. All of them were carefully selected by yours truly – only small-scale and independent businesses run by locals (albeit locals from all over the world).

Let it Be | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

A Guide to Visiting Banff National Park in Winter

A Guide to Visiting Banff National Park in Winter

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

The Canadian Rockies have long been on my winter travel bucket list, so when began writing a check-list of winter activities I wanted to tick off on my time here, I knew I’d be embarking on a trip of a lifetime! From dog sledding to downhill tubing and everything in between, here is your complete guide to making the most of a visit to Banff National Park in winter. Check-In: The Fairmont Banff Springs “Castle in the Rockies” If you’re planning to visit Banff at the beginning of your trip, the most suitable airport to fly in to is Calgary. However, if you intend to combine your visit to Banff with the rest of Alberta (Jasper and Edmonton), I would recommend flying in to Edmonton and travelling South – the best views are to be had when travelling in this direction! Once you arrive in Banff, you’ll soon find that many of the lodges and cabins are closed over the winter, as this is the low season for tourism in Banff National Park. The best way to determine where is (and isn’t) open over the winter would be to use a search engine for bookings, such as Expedia or Agoda. […]

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LEARN TO LOVE EXERCISING

LEARN TO LOVE EXERCISING

by @ the mustards

today we talk about how to fall in love with the gym. – how do we motivate ourselves to work out ? – all about quick fixes, 8 week programs, and fad diets ! – when should we work out and how often ? – how to find a routine that is maintainable in the long run ! – how to enjoy exercising ! – is it unnatural and weird to go to a gym ? we also talk about : - an epic vegan breakfast at a photo shoot the other day ! – the pray for sweden trump fiasco ! – q of the week : what would we tell our younger selves ? – and of course, david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know.

Yarok | Syrian cuisine

by VeganBerlin @ VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Syrian plant-based salads, hummus, falafel and vegetable dishes.

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Making The Artwork For Suboi’s 2.7 EP

by David Kaye @ Vietcetera

“This is the kind of project that inspires people to become designers,” Greg Jewett, Rice’s Creative Director, smiles. He’s talking about making the artwork for Suboi’s 2.7 EP, a cathartic coming-of-age record from the “Queen of Vietnamese hip-hop.” The finished cover is a strange, beguiling image most likely unnoticed by listeners streaming the three songs—the […]

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Backpacker Accommodations in Thailand

by Laura | Following our Feet @ Following our Feet

We have put together a list of all the accommodations where we stayed during our travels in Thailand. For each place, we comment on cleanliness, staff friendliness, comfort, location and price. We point out what we loved, liked or did not like about these places, as not all of them met our expectations. Bangkok – Hide Hostel […]

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The Story Behind the Iconic Kiss on the Berlin Wall

by Michalina @ iHeartBerlin.de

When we think of Berlin as a tourist destination, there’s one spot that invariably attracts all kinds of visitors. Whether it’s your grandma or the cool chick you met in London, they’ll want to see the East Side Gallery. And while you’re there, don’t be surprised when your guest (well, maybe not the grandma), will […]

RAW: Save The Last Market

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine sold her old stuff at the RAW flea market in Friedrichshain. Although Friedrichshain is my 2nd least favorite place in Berlin (in the tight race for number 1, airport Schönefeld made the cut), the sun was shining and the mood was good enough to bravely stroll across […]

RAW: Save The Last Market was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

IS 'LAGOM' THE NEW 'HYGGE'?

IS 'LAGOM' THE NEW 'HYGGE'?

by @ the mustards

the scandi lifestyle concepts are taking over the online world ! the latest trend, trying its best to take the crown from danish trend sensation hygge is the swedish word lagom. what does it mean ? and do we really think lagom is something we should be encouraging anyone to aspire to ? we talk about : – what is lagom !? – what we think of it ! – where is the land of lagom ? – is lagom really the best (as the saying goes) ? – is lagom kind of similar to the japanese culture ? – is a swedish compliment almost an insult ? – are we lagom or not ? - why does jenny really eat so much !? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week is epic ! if you've been listening for awhile, you know that our nemesis in life is the internet distributor telekom. in this episode we read an email we got from one of their employees who simply have had enough and it's not afraid to say it ! love // jenny & david

HOW TO FIND YOUR PERSONAL STYLE

HOW TO FIND YOUR PERSONAL STYLE

by @ the mustards

how to find your personal style ? we got your covered in today's podcast episode ! we talk about : - what style really is ! - our own personal styles ! - how you can find yours ? - what we used to look like growing up ? - conforming to society's ideals ! - why style is important ? - if we have any style icons ? and also in this episode : - going to an escape room adventure ! - new obsession : food shopping online ? - the food we hate the taste of ! - the oscars conspiracy theorists ! - david's semi-funny anecdote of course - about a dude who protests beauty standards, rappers who break in and cook food, and alicia keys new no-makeup look !

Vegan Travel Tips from Fifteen On The Road Travellers

by Dale @ Slow Vegan Travel Blog

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In preparation for our thirty days vegan travel challenge for Veganuary we searched high and low for recommendations and tips on ways to maintain a vegan diet and lifestyle whilst on the road, and whilst there were some good tips, it never beats asking current vegan travellers for their advice. Whilst we’ve had some success […]

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Quy Nguyen: Vegan Vietnamese Food in Berlin-Kreuzberg

Quy Nguyen: Vegan Vietnamese Food in Berlin-Kreuzberg


FINDING BERLIN

The vegan Vietnamese restaurant Quy Nguyen is a top recommendation for fresh, delicious and flavorful Vietnamese food in Kreuzberg.

Cocolo Ramen Mitte | Stil in Berlin

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Penang on a Budget

by Laura | Following our Feet @ Following our Feet

I was really looking forward writing this post. Penang is an amazing experience, and Georgetown has been our favourite city in South East Asia. I think it was the mix of delicious food, amazingly nice people, many different cultures coexisting peacefully, and the incredible street art around the city of George Town that made this […]

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Oráculo: A Spiritual Journey

by Frank @ iHeartBerlin.de

The approach to theater by Gal and Matan from The progressive wave is a quite unique and different one than what you might be used to on the stages of Berlin’s independent theater scene. It’s hard to define it sometimes because each piece incorporates different disciplines. For instance their last production Lights & Vessels which […]

The 2018 Berlinale guide for dummies

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

I’ve been living in Berlin for almost ten years, but I have yet to feel excited about the “Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin”, aka Berlinale – our annual movie festival (think Cannes, but less … everything). One profound reason for my continuous apathy, even though I do consider myself a passionate movie-aficionado, is that I just can’t […]

The 2018 Berlinale guide for dummies was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

Fechtner Delikatessen

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

  Berlin Mitte around Rosenthaler Platz has its uniqueness being somewhat inspiring and at the same time totally annoying. Especially when it comes to food, there are way better spots in town to get together for a good meal, without all the hustle, noise and […]

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The Best Eco Yoga Mat to Energize Your Practice in 2018

by Stephen @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
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If you’re looking for an eco yoga mat that is durable, comfortable, and non slip, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve tried all of these yoga mats and my reviews will help you choose the right mat for you body and your practice. Students are always asking me what yoga mat I use. Because […]

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Sunday Documentary: Berliner Trance

by David @ Berlin Love

Berliner Trance is a 1993 documentary that charts the rising popularity of trance music and the MFS record label from its origins in post-wall Berlin. Trance music is a kind of dance music which thousands of young people across Germany and throughout Europe are quite passionate about. It’s a musical movement which is gaining strength. […]

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VIDEO GAMES WTF?

VIDEO GAMES WTF?

by @ the mustards

today we take a walk down memory lane and remember all the weird and wonderful video games we've played at different stages of our lives. we also discuss the gaming phenomenon and how we feel about going virtual instead of staying in real life. we talk about : – our all time fav video games - how many of them do you remember ? – is gaming good for you !? – how do we feel about virtual reality ? – is gaming a waste of time or something worth doing ? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week david talks about a tweet that got out of hand and how some people just don't seem to know the difference between joking and being serious ! you can listen to us here below, on acast, itunes, or most other places they have podcasts. don’t forget to subscribe and give us a little review ^.^ love // jenny & david

A Guide to Visiting Jasper National Park in Winter

A Guide to Visiting Jasper National Park in Winter

by Brooke Saward @ WORLD OF WANDERLUST

The winter wonderland that is Jasper National Park has long been on my (seemingly endless) bucket list of destinations, so I will struggle to find the words to describe the beauty I have so long wished to see first hand. After a casual -38 degrees (an all-time low for me) in Edmonton, I took the four-hour car journey onwards to Jasper, one of the most famous National Parks in Canada and these photos are about to show why! So if you find yourself visiting Jasper National Park in Winter, here’s a complete guide on how to make the most of your time here! Check-In: Jasper Park Lodge There are heaps of accommodation offerings in Jasper but before you get your heart set on a beautiful cabin in the woods, be warned that most of the accommodation is closed over the wintertime as this is surprisingly the low season for Alberta! I checked-in to the whimsical Jasper Park Lodge, a sort of “camp for adults” if you will, complete with cabin-style accommodations overlooking the lake. This is the kind of oasis you want to spend at least a few nights in, so be sure not to sell yourself short. The atmosphere […]

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SOY - Vietnamese vegan restaurant in Berlin Mitte | VeganBerlin

SOY - Vietnamese vegan restaurant in Berlin Mitte | VeganBerlin


VeganBerlin.com | Guide to vegan food in Berlin

Soy in Berlin Mitte is a Vietnamese vegan restaurant serving rice & noodle dishes as well as soups. They have a very affordable and popular business lunch.

10 of the best budget eats in Berlin

10 of the best budget eats in Berlin


the Guardian

Berlin's best fast food joints and cheap eats including currywurst, buletten and Vietnamese noodles – available around the clock

4 Tasty Vegan Restaurants In Madrid

by Dale @ Slow Vegan Travel Blog

The post 4 Tasty Vegan Restaurants In Madrid appeared first on Slow Vegan Travel Blog.

Prior to our spending almost a full week in Madrid we asked all of you here and on our social media profiles for your recommendations for vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Madrid. Having chosen from your experiences and the recommendations of our friends and Couchsurfing hosts offline, we’ve been able to compile a great list […]

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HALLOWEEN: THE TIME DAVID GOT REALLY SCARED!

HALLOWEEN: THE TIME DAVID GOT REALLY SCARED!

by @ the mustards

this episode is all about ghosts, parties and general drunkenness. we share our halloween party stories and tell you about the time when david got really scared.


we talk about :

– the time david met a ghost

– our experience at an American Halloween Party

– the best costumes we've worn

– when david got kicked out from a party

– the scariest movies

– new video idea: dave the sceptic

– the fifth day: the book


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about how vikings from 1000 years ago are trolling the modern white supremacist movement.


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love // jenny & david

Not JUST an Old City – Vegan Restaurants in Dresden

by Dale @ Slow Vegan Travel Blog

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For the most part when people are planning their German vacations they’re probably not wondering about how good the vegan restaurants in Dresden are. They’re thinking; "I’ve heard that Dresden is a true wonder of human history, architecture, and perseverance" – and both Franca and I fully understand that. When we visited the former-UNESCO listed […]

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The Six Day Berlin Bike Race at Velodrom

by Guest Author @ iHeartBerlin.de

Sponsored Lycra, lights, DJs, sweat and slings. This could be another night at Berghain, but instead we find ourselves at the Velodrom at the 107th Six Day Berlin race– the world’s oldest six-day bike race- thanks to the kind invitation of GASAG who is one of the sponsors of the event. Do you want to […]

The top cheap hotels in Lisbon for 2018

The top cheap hotels in Lisbon for 2018

by Paige Bennett @ EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog

Picture this: you step out onto a small balcony, taking in the smell of your strong coffee. You look out to the breathtaking views of the city, where you can see flashes of pastels and some winding alleyways. You step back inside and look around at the charming artwork that fills your room. You lie » Read more

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Vietnam Itinerary: How to Get the Most from 1–4 Weeks in Vietnam

by Jane @ My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga.
My Five Acres. Travel. Adventure. Yoga. - Travel. Adventure. Yoga.

These one-week itineraries can be done on their own or combined to create the ultimate adventurous Vietnam itinerary. This is an amazing country, so grab our itinerary suggestions and get planning your trip! Unless you’ve got months and months to explore Vietnam, I suggest you plan your Vietnam travel route for a specific region. There’s […]

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Café Achteck – Berlin’s Green Pissoir

by David @ Berlin Love

If you’ve spent time wandering around Berlin you may have occasionally noticed a small green metal hut that looks a little like a summer house but did you stop to wonder what it was? The structure you noticed, known locally as a Café Achteck (Octagonal Café), is actually a toilet. I saw my first Café […]

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How to Dress Well and counting down.. to November

by LUCY @ Lucy vs. the Globe

How to Dress Well comes back to Germany in November (Berlin: Gretchen / Hamburg: the very lovely Häken), which means there is music coming – which get’s me bloody excited. It feels like yesterday that... More

THE SHORT GUIDE TO NEW ZURICH

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

This article is sponsored by VISIT ZURICH> On my first weekend trip to the Swiss metropole, I was surprised to see that the youth of Zurich has reared up against the banker’s narrative. Although still more expensive than other city’s in Europe, Zurich – like many other places in the world – has made an […]

THE SHORT GUIDE TO NEW ZURICH was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

HOW TO NOT BE A PRETENTIOUS SNOB!

HOW TO NOT BE A PRETENTIOUS SNOB!

by @ the mustards

are you a snob? or are you more casual? do you like to know everything about a certain subject or are you more spread out in your knowledge about wine, coffee, restaurants etc. today we share our thoughts on the topic of snobbism.


Also, jenny shares a story about how she figured out feminism at a VERY early age!


we talk about :

– why is the greatest restaurant in the world serving captain crunch ?

– the man who tricked the world into drinking cheap wine !

– david's movie snobbery ?

– jenny's book snobbery !

– why are people pretentious ?

– why does IPA taste like lemon ?


and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week it’s all about inappropriate halloween costumes for children, and one costume which david defends as not so inappropriate as people think !


love // jenny & david

Best of: Stil in Berlin 2017 | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

A sweet, savory, spicy, salty, smokey, and sour year comes to an end. Berlin had it all: ups and downs and turn-it-all-arounds. With 69 articles, over 20 entirely new and very exciting spots, a , an , a , another round of successful , and added to the stilinberlin family in 2017, it's been a busy year with loads of dining, feasting, and yes, digesting on my side. Here's a round-up of the most popular things on the blog this year.

AMSTERDAM VALENTINES DAY GUIDE

by shoshannah @ AWESOME AMSTERDAM

Amsterdam is one of the most romantic cities on earth. Couples riding together on one bicycle, strolling over canal bridges hand in hand, and tulips everywhere!  Here’s our guide to a lovely Valentines Day in Amsterdam, including Amsterdam romantic restaurants, fun date ideas Amsterdam, romantic spots in Amsterdam and of course Valentines day gifts. Romantic Things…

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The high life – a Merano vacation

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

READ THE MERANO GUIDE OF OUR TRIP HERE– “I will make you reach your full potential”, says Erwin, clutching his mini-vans steering wheel with only one hand, going fiercely. His piercing blue eyes are almost never on the road and it adds to our general nervousness about this experience. “You’ll enjoy yourself and learn how […]

The high life – a Merano vacation was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

Huelva Food Guide

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

Welcome to my Huelva Food Guide! All of my food travel guides are a mix of different cuisines and price ranges. You’ll find traditional local foods, signature dishes you shouldn’t miss and random great foods I was totally digging. Since there’s no way I can […]

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Coming Up: ChungKing Noodles | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

Oh yes, it's cold outside. And what we Germans call , which is so much more than uncomfortable, more like the opposite of cosy, a complete lack of comfort… What helps, you ask? A big bowl of spicy and numbing Chongqing Noodles! They're rare in Berlin, I only know one place to get them: at , who're having a pop up next week in Prenzlauer Berg!

Coming Up: ChungKing Pop Up Series | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

The time has come, for us all to eat really spicy and hot food everyday. And lucky us, it'll be an easy task: because finally, finally, finally, there's a three-week-long pop-up series of ChungKing noodles lunch services. You remember , don't you? The delicious chilli noodle businesses set-up by Shanghai-born Ash Lee, creator of the ? Well, if you don't, you're in for a treat. And if you do: you can have it every week from now on.

House Of Chay’s Lifestyle Products For The Conscious Consumer

by Jake Hornberger @ Vietcetera

The conscious consumer movement is spreading across the globe. Buyers are better informed than ever about supply chain practices, and they’re demanding transparency. Sustainability and ethical practices are at the core of their concerns and in Vietnam, the movement’s been fed by scares around cups of fake coffee, sedative-fed pigs, and chemically-ripened fruit. On the […]

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New! Bite Club, Street Food Party on the Spree

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘New! Bite Club, Street Food Party on the Spree’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The upcoming Bite Club Berlin has prompted me to do something I’ve yet to do on Foodie in Berlin – write about something I haven’t been to yet.  But I have a feeling… “The way you know about a good melon.” It’s logical really, think what a success Street Food Thursdays at Markthalle Neun has...

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The best five Christmas markets in Berlin 2017

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

During the last months of the year, Germany is an extra popular travel-destination because of its Christmas markets. In Germany, Christmas is celebrated with more passion than in most other

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WHICH CITY IS BEST ? LONDON - BERLIN - STOCKHOLM !?

WHICH CITY IS BEST ? LONDON - BERLIN - STOCKHOLM !?

by @ the mustards

london - berlin - stockholm ! 3 european capitals that we've both lived in. in this episode, we give you the lowdown on each of them. and after a lot of deliberations, we decide which of these cities we would recommend you move to ! we talk about : – how expensive the 3 cities are ! – how much money you can make, and is it easy to find a job ? – how do they compare when it comes to entertainment and fun stuff ? – what is the atmosphere on the streets ? – which city is safe and which feels dangerous ? – we discuss the typical londoner, the typical berliner, and the typical stockholmer ! and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week david shocks me with quite a scary memory from when he was 15, about trying to get alcohol from a scary older man up on raspberry mountain ! you can listen to us here below, on acast, itunes, or most other places they have podcasts. don’t forget to subscribe and give us a little review ^.^ love // jenny...

10 Reasons to Use a House Sitter During Your Holiday This Year

by Dale @ Slow Vegan Travel Blog

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Every week we see dozens of articles on news outlets and travel blogs about how fantastic house sitting is for travellers. That it’s cheap and very easy to get involved with – but one topic that’s regularly skipped over is how house sitting substantially benefits the home owner. Up until today we too have mostly […]

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NIGHT KITCHEN

by Sara @ FINDING BERLIN

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to try an interesting new restaurant concept in (urgh) Mitte called Night Kitchen. Hailing all the way from Tel Aviv, the restaurant is hidden in a little remise in the quaint and boring Heckmann Höfe of Oranienburger Straße, not to be mistaken for Heckmannufer or Oranienstraße in […]

NIGHT KITCHEN was born to the castle of FINDING BERLIN.

Akemi – Asian Soul Kitchen

by eatinginberlin@gmail.com @ Eating in Berlin

  Rykestrasse is one of my favourite streets in Prenzlauer Berg. It begins at the beautiful water tower at Knaackstrasse and ends at the busy Danziger Strasse. You can find tons of different cafés, bars and most of all great restaurants down the street and […]

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Soul Searching in the Clubs: Berliners & their Relationship to Nightlife

by Andy @ iHeartBerlin.de

photos: Ema Discordant & Michal Andrysiak for Buttons Berlin nightlife draws adventurous minds to our city like moths to the flame, craving to understand the myth of a Berlin night. Week after week, countless Berliners go down, down the rabbit hole to sweat, to move, to dance. Buttons at ://about blank is one of Berlin’s most […]

WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 5 YEARS ?

WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 5 YEARS ?

by @ the mustards

another tuesday - another podcast ! this one was fun to do because we had no idea what we were talking about - we asked ourselves the infamous question 'where do you see yourself in 5 years'. good stuff ! we talk about : – are 5 year plans necessary or even slightly useful ? – what is our 5 year plan ? – where do we see ourselves living ? - what is our dream home ? – what will have happened with our careers 5 years down the line ? – why do everyone think being in influencer is just a stepping stone to something else ? - will we start a family !? and of course, it wouldn’t feel like tuesday without david’s semi-funny anecdote about people we don’t know : this week david remembers that poor taxi driver we met in a swedish small town once ! and we talk about random uber drivers in LA !

Koh Lipe on a Budget

by Laura | Following our Feet @ Following our Feet

Koh Lipe is a paradise island located in the province of Satun, Thailand. You can find amazing white sand beaches, crystal clear water, beautiful coral and marine life, cosy bungalows close to the beach, lots of seafood and other Thai specialities and really nice people. People tend to think that this is not a place […]

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New Years Eve 2017 in Berlin – 10 great locations to party

by Job van Hardeveld @ Berlin-Enjoy | Travel-blog about Berlin and the world

Its almost November again and before we know it, we will be watching the fireworks and wishing each other all the best for 2018. Parties on New Years Eve often

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Leaf the Train – An Autumnal Art Intervention by TOY Crew

by David @ Berlin Love

In the UK, ‘leaves on the tracks’ is a much-ridiculed excuse for late running trains but in Berlin in Autumn 2016 an U-Bahn carriage filled with leaves caused disruption on the city’s U2 line; the seasonal prank was an art intervention by local graffiti and street art collective TOY Crew called Leaf the Train. The […]

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The 38 Essential Berlin Restaurants

The 38 Essential Berlin Restaurants


Eater

Since the Berlin Wall came down 25 years ago, the city's restaurant scene has progressed tremendously, and it now stands on the verge of a true culinary explosion. With its eclectic mix of...

The 10 Best cheap hotels in New York for 2018

The 10 Best cheap hotels in New York for 2018

by Craig Nelson @ EuroCheapo's Budget Travel Blog

A visit to the Big Apple usually means a towering price tag for your hotel. But that doesn’t have to be the case when you check into one of the best cheap hotels in New York. We explored the most popular neighborhoods in Manhattan to find the top deals in town. From charming guesthouses to chic » Read more

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Bahadur | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

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