Bite Club is throwing an X-mas streetfood party this Friday 15th. Warning: the food might overshadow your real Christmas dinner.

Bite Club‘s been on the Berlin streetfood scene so long now, it’s become an institution. All important events in the yearly calendar are celebrated with a big Bite Club blowout, and Christmas is no different.

Bite Club X-Mas Party, Kafana Berlin

This Friday 15th December, Bite Club will be moving away from their outdoor venue and somewhere a little warmer (thank god) for their yearly Christmas party. To a 2500sqm former fashion boutique, Departmentstore, at Quartier 206 on Friedrichstrasse, to be exact.

Bite Club X-Mas Party, Departmentstore

Whilst this swanky-sounding location might instill a panic in you, causing you to instantly kill five snow foxes to make a chic Russian coat out of, don’t. Bite Club hasn’t gone all posh on you. It’s still offering the best of Berlin’s streetfood culture at its greasy-handed utmost.

Bite Club’s Festive Food and Drinks

★ Bahadur Tandoori BBQ: If you’ve ever wondered what North Indian food is supposed to taste like, this is it. Marinated in yoghurt and spices and cooked to perfection inside a real Tandoor oven, these ultra tender chicken, lamb, and paneer skewers are the epitome of Indian comfort food.

★ Bunsmobile: No big yellow truck this time around, as Berlin’s favourite burger masters take to the micro-kitchen, treating us to their holiday special: sweet and creamy lobster rolls.

★ Hello Good Pie: Our favourite Irish pie master returns with a special holiday treat.

Bite Club X-Mas Party, Streetfood

★ Kafana Berlin: BIG flavours coming to us all the way from Serbia as Lukas serves up his mouth-watering sarma (cabbage roulades) with potato mash, and crusty bread with homemade ajvar spread.

★ Koshary Lux: Egyptian comfort food at its best, these heart-warming bowls of jumbled rice, noodles, lentils and chickpeas are given a generous lashing of lemon garlic (Daa’a) and spicy chili sauce (Shatta).

★ Mama Shabz: Shabz brings her roots to her cooking with recipes passed down through her family for generation. She’ll be showcasing her pakora pancake with mint & coriander chutney, mixed vegetable masala with basmati rice, and her Christmas ladoos – coconut, carrot & cranberry truffle balls topped with dark chocolate – as an extra special treat.

★Santa Maria: Berlin’s original outpost for all things deliciously Mexican will be switching things up this time around, serving up their mouth-watering twist on Malaysian laksa.

★ Tak Tak: The original Polish comfort food, these pierogies are made using a family recipe passed down from generation to generation. Choose between delicious sweet or savoury fillings such as beetroot and goats’ cheese or blueberry and vanilla yoghurt.

★ Tausendsuend: Laura will have sweets and baked goods covered with her delicious Christmas spice brownies and blondies, speculoos cookies, or waffle stacks with baked apple compote, salted caramel, and toasted hazelnuts.

Bite Club Photo by Julia Luka Lila Nitzschke

Photo: Julia Luka Lila Nitzschke

★ Tlaxcalli: Authentic Mexican tortillas, made from the organic corn grown on their own fields in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and topped with a delicious jumble of fresh and aromatic ingredients. Think black beans, organic goose confit, crackling, and fruity cranberries.

★ Brewbox: Berlin’s premier Nitro Coffee makers will be taking to the taps to bring us their expertly crafted tap cocktail specialties.

★ BRLO: The beloved Berlin-based craft beer brewers will be bringing with them a fine selection of seasonal specialties and craft beer classics.

★ Geist im Glas: Seasonal cocktail specialties like their Candy Cane Crush.

Bite Club X-Mas Party, Cocktail

African Acid is the Future * ISA GT

December 15, 6pm-2am
Quartier 206 Art & Fashion House
Friedrichstraße 71/Ecke Jägerstraße, 10117 Berlin


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