I'm wackywendell from Berlin. I've been Qyping since 15-11-2009
- Reviews: 7
- Friends: 2
- Invitations: 0
- Photos added: 0
- Videos added: 0
- Places categorised: 0
- Events added: 0
- Checkins: 0
- Compliments received: 5
- You're hot:0
- You're hilarious:0
- I agree with you:0
- Write more:0
- Cool guide:0
- Awesome group:0
- Amazing profile:1
- Great photo:0
- Well written:1
- That's useful!:3
wackywendell's Qype profile
Na Kampe 15, 118 00 Prague 1
It was a nice place, in a good location, with nice rooms and a good breakfast. No nasty surprises, everything to standard.
Two slight downsides:
- Parking was really complicated
- The staff were polite and did their jobs... but just were not that interested in doing anything particularly helpful. Their restaurant recommendation was really poor (at least from one of them), he was not at all clear about the parking (and his English was more than up to the task), etc.
But... those are really very slight grievances. It was quite a nice place, with pretty rooms, nice views, right by the Charles Bridge... I would recommend it.
Crellestraße 48, 10827 Berlin
I must agree with the previous review... 2€ per (gigantic) slice, really tasty, and super fast. We got a slice of rucola-tomato-parm with delicious fresh tomatoes, and a white pizza with good ham and plenty of fresh rosemary... it was really good, and I generally don't like white pizzas.
The place is really small, and is a counter/imbiss kind of place... don't go there expecting a nice sit-down meal.
Lindenstr. 2, 14467 Potsdam
For the most part, nothing special... but the drinks were nice, the sandwiches were quite good, and most remarkably, the food was quite inexpensive... A big sandwich, waffle (with topping), juice, and coffee cost 10 €. Whoa.
Weihburggasse 17, 1010 Wien
Excellent food, absolutely delicious. The menu is fairly classic Austrian dishes, although many are updated slightly with new ingredients. The portion sizes are also absolutely gigantic - come hungry!
Also, the place is unfortunately very small - reservations are a must.
Grolmanstr. 20, 10623 Berlin
29-01-2010 (updated on 02-03-2010)
EXCELLENT truffles! They have many classics (dark, balsamic, caramel sea salt, berries, etc.), as well as doing some very interesting things with other tastes... I would especially recommend Horseradish (Meerrettich) and Cardamom - both very unusual, but really well made... absolutely delicious.
Besides all that, the husband and wife who run the place (one of the two has always been behind the counter when I go) are very friendly, and know a lot about chocolate, so speak with them!
Belziger Str. 44, 10823 Berlin
Very friendly service, but the food was disappointing. Yes, the ice cream flavours are exotic... but they all taste somewhat similar and are not that good. The cake was also boring.
Marienstraße 25, 10117 Berlin
Great salads! We had a cauliflower slaw with Asian flavorings, and a great fresh fruit salad with at least 10 different kinds of fruit; it all looked fresh, and probably the kind varies. It seems like everything in the cafe is organic - there are a selection of sandwiches and baked goods. We came in the evening so the baked goods were already getting old and were not that good; they are apparently delivered from a local baker in the morning...but the salads and our egg/ham/brie sandwich were clearly home-made and fresh. They also have a fun selection of packaged organic desserts like chocolate and cookies, and nice tea options.
The location, of course, is excellent: it's quite close to Friedrichstrasse station, where non-touristy food can be hard to find.
The atmosphere was very cute - slightly rustic - the cafe is tiny but attached to an organic bakery/deli/teashop that has some nicer seating if barstools aren't your thing. Even if not everything we ordered was completely spectacular, the place seemed to have many unique options and is a really nice little corner to relax at while you're in Mitte.