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On Oderberger Straße


I loved the intricate pattern of shadows over the cobblestones.

We had lunch at Schädel & Sattler. The soup was rather expensive (six euros!) but the proprietors are so welcoming and the scaramozza dumplings were very good. If you're a Tim Dinter groupie like me you'll be pleased to see he illustrated their cards.

Schädel & Sattler (no website yet, how refreshing!), Oderberger Straße 56, Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg (map)
Open M-F 8am-4pm
Tel. (030) 40 30 13 28


Thanks for all the lovely posts, I always enjoy taking a walk with you and catching the sunrays in the afternoon over a plate of good food. It sounds perfect.

Lovely. Soup sounds like the perfect meal on a warm German afternoon.

i love walking around oderbergerstr and stop for a coffee and cake or a warm soup, depending on the weather/time of the day...

Dreaming of Berlin!

Vanessa, I've been enjoying my walks too. I'll have to post on my adventures in Geltow soon!

ExpatsAgain, Sofia: Oderberger Straße catches the best light in the afternoon too!

Jo, I wish you were here!

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