“When I look at what we handed the bank, I can’t believe these people gave us money!” How many small business owners (and dreamers) can relate? Well, Anna and Tobi are here to share their incredible journey from discovering a tasty meal overseas to opening their very own BBQ joint in the heart of old Berlin – Big Stuff Smoked BBQ.
It’s so weird to write this post, I certainly didn’t plan for it, I didn’t even wanna do it. But some people asked me to. I don’t feel entirely confident to actually list places to eat at in Tokyo, and I can only justify this list by being transparent about my sources. Anyhow, I had a great time eating at all of these, so you will very likely enjoy them as well. Enough with the excuses, here’s a list where to eat in Tokyo.
Unpopular opinion – I’m not a big fan of supper clubs. I like to stuff my face in private without making forced conversations with strangers, thank you. However, once in a while, I make an exception. Especially when Ash Lee holds one of her rare clubs by the name of Chi Fan, serving the bestest Shanghai food ever available in Berlin.
That was hot shit, last Saturday, right? And I’m not even speaking about that spicy kimchi or wasabi mayonaise, but the weather! The sun burned down on us and the grills, making that patties even crispier. We’ve chosen a theme to remember: the most popular burger variety at our beloved Burgers & Hip Hop since we started: everything Asian! We invited Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Indian and Filipino food joints to serve us their creations and you came, ate and voted till very late – when temperatures got a ‘lil more burger friendly. The heated up voting came to a close at night, with one clear winner…read on!
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Negroni is somewhat of a forgotten drink, at least in my universe, however, once I re-discovered it, I fell in love! But maybe only I took that break, and you guys are sipping the deep red classic every night after work? Then you’ll be especially thrilled to hear about Negroni Week starting tomorrow: seven days used to promote this special drink by connecting it to a good cause – every bar joining the Negroni Week donates parts of their profits to a charity of their choice.
I’m using the occasion to present you my favorite spots in Berlin to enjoy a Negroni or three, follow me!