I’ve been hearing lots of good things about the Mogg deli at the former Jewish girls school at Auguststraße since it opened and always wanted to check it out. Last night I finally made that happen. Even though this place is probably mostly frequented for breakfast and lunch by all the agency folks in its Mitte neighborhood I actually went there for dinner. As it’s a deli they mostly offers simple dishes like sandwiches, salades, soups and platters. But if you are looking for a light meal, this also works quite well in the evening. On a quest for a low-carb experience me and my friend both opted for two different variations of goat cheese salade with a side of Pastrami. Both were really delicious and starting at 6 EUR not even that expensive. I also couldn’t resist to try out the NY cheesecake and I was stunned as it’s the best one I’ve had here in Berlin for a long time. We were also a fan of the wines they offered  – and that comes from someone who normally doesn’t drink wine. On top of that the service was really good and super charming. You should definately check this out if you can! More after the jump.

Mogg & Melzer

Mogg & Melzer

Mogg & Melzer

Mogg & Melzer

Mogg & Melzer

Mogg & Melzer

Mogg Fine Foods

Auguststr. 10-13 (inside the girls school on the right side)

10117 Berlin

Open: Mon-Fri 11-22h, Sat-Sun 10-22h

www.moggandmelzer.com

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Frank
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on March 11th, 2013
updated on September 25th, 2015
in Mitte, Restaurants