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There is nothing extraordinary about Fleischmöbel but I like it anyway, liked it when I stumbled upon it last August, wandering around Prenzlauerberg with Alison, and liked it the other day when David and I paused there for a coffee on another long ramble. I liked the intact façade and the fact that there's a pitcher of water on the bar, swimming with slices of lemon and lime, and the coffee was good, as was the tea with fresh mint, and the selection of magazines struck the necessary balance between frivolous and meaty (though that might be chance). Though I've yet to eat there, their menu of fresh croissants, ciabattas with avacado, smoked salmon or Parma ham, and homemade cakes looked quite tempting. Prices, as at all the places I favour, are reasonable. Look forward to al fresco sipping in the summer, when sidewalk tables and generous chairs sweep down to the street in a glimmering line, candles on every table, sheltering umbrellas overhead.

Fleischmöbel, Oderberger Str. 2 (map)
Open daily from 10 am onwards


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