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Berlin Village Market Spreads Food Culture in Berlin
August 11th, 2014
News from Berlin - Feeling hungry on a Sunday afternoon in Berlin? After Kreuzberg Street Food Thursday and Sunday Feast in Mauer Park, a new spot has entered the culinary scene of Berlin. Village Market in Friedrichshain is a joy for the stomach, but also much more than that. In the industrial surrounding of Revaler Strasse, culinary regale is combined with live music, theater performances and art.
The first edition took place on the 3rd of August, and now each Sunday afternoon between 12.00 and 22.00 you can wander between dozens of stalls with food from all over the world.
Yesterday, on the second edition of the market, yone could choose out of multiple food selections, including the famed Taiwanese burgers of Bao Kitchen, vegetarian dishes from Schneeweiss, Italian specialities from Whiteout, Polish dumplings from Polka Piroggen Palast, and much more. The first world problem of ‘what to eat’ quickly arised. It is possible to compliment your dinner at the Village Market with some of the finest French and Spanish wines, or with some home-made apple and pear cider by Comptoir du Cidre. Those looking for non-alcoholic specialties can choose from a wide selection of milkshakes, lemonades, and fruit cocktails.
The popularity of street food markets in the city only proves the growing reputation of Berlin as one of the top culinary destinations in the world. New and small restaurants have the opportunity to grow strongly in Berlin. And, even more importantly, their visitors are able to enjoy the finest food in the world. With the Village Market as the latest in culinary developments, Berlin continues to be a place where people can enjoy food from cultures all around the world.
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