Baba Angora – Turkish for the advanced

My swiss visitor would like to eat out, something meditarranean, nothing asian.

It is Sunday, early afternoon,  many tables are (again?) empty. The interior is genuine and appealing, stone reliefs from ancient temples adorn the walls. The two young waiters wear neat white aprons and do not just seem professional. We look interestingly onto the tables of our neighbours and are very stimulated to try as much as possible.

First we are being served freshly baked ‚blown-up’ bread with sesame seeds on a wooden board, butter with herbs and a crumbly country cheese. Our warm and cold appetizers come on small porcellain plates, arranged and served on a tray. It all looks pretty yummy. We rip of big chunks of the warm bread and dip it into subtle seasoned  joghurt, spinach puree with garlic joghurt and small hazelnut pieces, hot pepper puree with tomatoes and finely chopped onions, humus in delicate olive oil with sesame seeds and roe salad with red onions. The big beans are cooked>>   read more / weiterlesen

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Döner Imren – potential to get hooked

Very small, very turkish, very good. For me one of the best Döner places in town. The tender beef is being seasoned with a bit of cinnamon amongst other spices. Together with the freshly baked bread and the self made joghurt sauce a combination that makes you crave for more.


Imren Grill imren-grill.de
Boppstr. 4 / Kreuzberg
U8 Schönleinstr.

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