NYC has the bagel. Cracow has the obwarzanek. Berlin has the SIMIT. 🥯 Have you ever heard of it?
Did you know there are close to 6 million Turkish people living in Germany? As is usually the case, with an influx of a new ethnicity comes a new cuisine. As a result Berlin is abundant in fantastic Turkish restaurants. 🇹🇷
For a delicious & authentic breakfast experience in Berlin find a Turkish cafe (I recommend Akin Simit Frühstückshaus or Simit Evi) and order a freshly baked #simit with a cup of strong Turkish tea. Guten apetit!
I would like a cappuccino, please ☕️😊 Oder
Könnte ich bitte einen Kaffee haben? (oder bekommen)
Could I have a coffee please?
Ja 👍🏻 .
Ohhh I’m such a coffee addict🤭😋
1 42 hours ago
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