Whenever I see some new business setting itself up in my neighborhood I think: pleeease let it be something practical for me and of good quality. So once I noticed a group of young people starting to fiddle around the empty shop a few doors down from my house at Brunnenstraße I was all too curious of what they would be working on. In an almost stalkerish manner I pressed my nose against the glass window when they weren’t looking – excited that it would not be another agency office or gallery but definately something to eat.

A week ago it finally opened and I must say, I’m very pleased. Joris a.k.a. Jonas and Flori sell freshly made salads, soups and baked potatoes, as well as coffee and freshly pressed juices made of local ingredients and lots of love.  The soups, sauces and the big selection of toppings are always changing depending on what’s in season at the moment so you can always expect something new when you come here in your lunchbreak or after work. For the early birds you might be lucky to grab one of their freshly baked muffins. So far I’ve tried a soup and a baked potatoe with bolognese and goat cheese and I really enjoyed both – very natural and pure in taste, no fancy experiments, but real food. I’ll definately be here more often! Get a preview of the place and the details after the jump.

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Brunnenstr. 158

10115 Berlin

Open Mon-Sat 8:30-20:30h


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on August 14th, 2012
updated on February 12th, 2015
in Mitte, Restaurants