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Please advice on my Berlin list

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adamandeve | | Jun 7, 2010 11:35 AM

I am going to Berlin with my husband for 8 days at the end of this month. I have looked at other posts here, and would appreciate suggestions/comments on my list. Some general info: we would like to do a combination of some nicer, more expensive meals with other cheap ones- so we can't afford Ma, but we also don't want to eat pizza and doner every day. We would like, naturally, to sample a good amount of German cuisine, but its not our favorite, so suggestions for places with more "modern", simple food would be appreciated. Also, we will be staying in Schöneberg, but obviously will be exploring as much as we can of the city. I haven't plotted this on a map, but if you feel the below are places that a) are worth going out of our way to, b) are in an interesting area so we should definitively explore, or c) are in the middle of nowhere and not good enough, please note. Also, if you are feeling generous and would like to rank the places in each category, you would be my heroes! Finally, we like long leisurely lunches, so if you know of any of the better places that we could try for lunch for less money, that would also be great. I am listing them in order of vague preference.

For our anniversary we have settled, we think, on Reinstoff.

Some good, nice meals (are these all in the same price range?)
Le Cochon Bourgeois
Weinbar Rutz
Paris-Moskau
Tratorria Paparazzi
Traube
Neu
Sale e Tabacchi
Reinhard's

German Food:
Renger-Patzsch
Schwarzwaldenstuben
Marjellchen
Engelbecken

Cafes/Lighter fare:
Literaturhaus (this seems very nice- are there others smilar)?
Cafe einstein
Quchnia
Doner: Imren Doner
Schawarma: Maroush
Currywurst: Petri's Imbiss

Markets:
Winterfeldmarkt
KaDeWe
Markheinikehalle

Waffles:
Napoljonska and Glucklich

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