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1. Da BaffiNazarethkirchstr. 41, Berlin
2. Pizza Alla GrandeSchönhauser Allee 156, Berlin
3. Lavanderia VecchiaFlughafenstr. 46, Berlin
4. I Due ForniSchönhauser Allee 12, Berlin
5. Gorgonzola ClubDresdener Str. 121, Berlin
6. Villa di WowOhlauer Str. 38, Berlin
7. La Pecora NeraHerrfurthplatz 6, Berlin
8. Trattoria del CorsoHauptstr. 70, Berlin
9. CenacoloSredzkistr. 23, Berlin
The décor at Da Baffi makes this small restaurant feel both cozy and strikingly modern, and offering a limited and regularly changing menu means that the chef can use the freshest and most seasonal ingredients.
Located near Prenzlauer Berg’s Kulturbrauerei, Pizza Alla Grande is perfect for those short on money or time. A slice of tasty and filling pizza costs €2.30 and as they’re already part-cooked, will be hot and ready to eat in just a couple of minutes.
Bathed in white light and decked in white cloth from table to ceiling, this Neukolln spot transformed completely when the sun goes down with neon blue and purple lighting for two completely different eating experiences. Lavanderia Vecchia's Italian menus change every week -- at lunch meals are ordered a la cart, and at dinner, the lucky patrons who managed to score reservations pay around 60 Euros to have their four courses and a half bottle of wine chosen for them.
This Mitte Italian spot is well known for being a stupendous pizza spot, and the the walls of this cavernous resto are covered in graffiti, making for a unique environment for sure.
This Kreuzberg resto offers an extensive, yet straightforward menu with a selection of antipasti, pasta, and pizza, and is supplemented by the specials board in a simple, but stylish space.
The brightly colored signage (lit neon pink at night) and the pink door almost demand you enter Villa di Wow and you’ll be glad you did. They sell New York-style pizza by the slice and it’s incredible. You can also get 28cm pizzas or the whole 50cm pizza if you’re feeding an army.
La Pecora Nera is a cosy little osteria that serves specialities from the North Italian region of Veneto, including vegetarian specials on Tuesdays and fresh fish specials on Fridays.
If you’re willing to leave the tourist trail and venture out to Friedenau, you’ll get your reward at Trattoria del Corso. The pizzas are huge & delicious and, as most cost less than €8, represent exceptional value for money.