An incoherent brunch offering that tries to satisfy the many but ends up also leaving the few unsatisfied. After our original lukewarm review of House of Tandoor a few months ago, we received something unexpected – an invitation back. This time to test their Sunday brunch offering. Was it the opportunity of a second chance … Read more House of Tandoor Revisited: Brunch Edition
Newly-opened, The Hoxton’s House of Tandoor is a mixed – but still fine – addition to Berlin’s Indian-food landscape. Opened this May in Charlottenburg’s new The Hoxton hotel, this North Indian-style restaurant is basically a clone of London’s Tandoor Chop House. Their menu includes most of Tandoor Chop House’s menu. The chefs were trained at … Read more House of Tandoor – Part Fire, Part Smoke
Once again, Moksa proves that the search for food perfection is at once both noble and sublimely irrational. If you don’t know Moksa, it’s Zed. And Zed’s search for Indian food perfection. His deconstruction of authentic Indian flavours takes him to extraordinary lengths to create his dishes. If you think there’s a little of Zed … Read more Moksa 2.0: Berlin Indian Food Redefined. Again.
kreuz + kümmel is an Indian-Italian-world food mash-up that feels somehow… authentic? In a world that feels like it’s becoming more dishonest, I’ve always thought that cooks are the last incorruptibles. You can’t fake a taste, or that someone’s slaved away for 14 hours a day in a hot, dark room to make it. That … Read more kreuz + kümmel Proves Indians Do It Better
Moksa in Neukölln is an Indian restaurant with a vision. Our blog’s been quite Indian food heavy recently, following the boom in interest in the cuisine in Berlin. And on our recent travels around some of Berlin’s best Indian restaurants – Bahadur in Wilmersdorf and last month’s trip to India Club at the Adlon – … Read more Moksa is a Jewel in Berlin’s Indian Food Scene
Bahadur is a new North Indian restaurant in Wilmersdorf(?) that promises authentic Indian food. We just had to investigate that claim. Growing up in the midlands of England, if you wanted to eat out you’d go for a curry. It was simple as that. And after five years in Berlin I’ve got an itch that … Read more Bahadur: Is the Hunt for Good Indian Food in Berlin Over?