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The variety is huge and the taste purely amazing. I came here over 20 times and never got dissapointed. Easily Berlin's best artisanal cake shop. To Martin and his family this is not just a job, it is a passion. And you can really taste...More
Lovely, friendly staff. Very understanding of my inability to speak German. No probs with photo taking...tho I was discreet... Far too many cakes to try all and too many nice flavours to buy just one. Huge portions which we could not finish. They also have...More
If you are holding your mobile phone, they will bark at you NO PHOTOS (I was actually sending a text message).
If you order the last slice of a cake and it is bit bigger than the normal slice they would serve, they will cut...More
Superior, first rate freshly made cakes. The owner of this little shop is very passionate about his creations, and happy to discuss the days selection. He also made an amusing joking comment mock grumbling about not being able to freely use alcohol in some cakes...More
If you crave for seweet, butter, cream, pastry, chocolade, made by specialist who bake cakes all day long then this is the place. Tiny, space to take your choice and go. Apple, pears, cacao, orange, ginger, .......all nice and freshly made. Its closed on kondays...More
People making line and waiting, the smell is in all street, you can´t avoid to notice what is that place, but let me tell you not all cake are delicious, there are one cake for every one, try to find your favorite.
It's been open a few years now, started out baking cakes for trade with a counter for the public. Popularity means they now have a few outdoor tables and squeezed one table inside. About 12 cakes to choose from, just one [decent sized] slice or...More
Date of visit: April 2011
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No Berlin neighborhood is more popular with the young and jet-set crowd than the old worker's district of Neukölln. With so many Turkish settled here, the area became known as "Little Istanbul." Today the percentage of foreigners is still high and visitors still frequent the Turkish shisha bars. In the daytime, they also visit the designer shops and sit by the canal in one of the street cafés up and down
Westerstrasse or at Maybachufer, having a beer and waving to the sightseeing boats as they float by. But at night, Neukölln is dominated by increasingly young, alternative, and international crowds. This is particularly evident in the northern section of the district where there are many bars, funky clubs, galleries and restaurants. There, the night never seems to end.