Want to take a break from the usual German meals you’re feeding yourself with in Berlin? Then today’s featured resto is a must-try!

Tofu Scramble with Dressing



If gourmet organic dishes are what you have in mind when vacationing in Berlin, particularly fares that are widely celebrated around the globe, then a dinner date at Katz Orange is recommended.
Find a constantly updated menu in this German resto, and choose from a variety of vegan and vegetarian dishes as well as meals of fish and eat, all of which has ingredients that are fresh from regional and local produce. Learn more about Katz Orange in Berlin in this review excerpt written by Gisela Williams of NY Times Travel:
The small, well-focused menu, simply printed on brown paper, features about a dozen appetizers and entrees under two categories: seasonal and classics. It’s best to sample from both… One recent entry on the seasonal side, a raw shaved-broccoli salad, is a love letter to cruciferous vegetables, richly layered with roasted almonds, a sauce of umeboshi (pickled Japanese plums) and an intense broccoli purée. For the restaurant’s signature entree, slow roasted pork, the kitchen uses only the choicest cut of organic pork neck. It is cooked sous vide for 12 hours and then placed under a salamander broiler to create a crunchy caramelized crust. (In comparison, the menu’s relatively standard beef tartare is a bit lackluster.) 

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