JAPANESE INSPIRED CUISINE, SUSHI SPECIALTIES AND COCKTAILS SERVED WITH BAUHAUS FLAIR — NOVEMBER

JAPANESE INSPIRED CUISINE, SUSHI SPECIALTIES AND COCKTAILS SERVED WITH BAUHAUS FLAIR — NOVEMBER

Same name, different vibe: November is the restaurant that has taken over the eponymous cafe that previously stood on Husemannstraße in Prenzlauer Berg. Run by hospitality group The Catch Family, the eatery now serves high-end Japanese-inspired cuisine with plenty of seafood imported fresh from Spain and Japan. The scallops, which are served with grapefruit and ginger, are particularly impressive, while the turbot with miso and shiitake butter is great to share. Sushi fans should try the Kim nigiris, carpaccios and tartar rolls from chef Ruslan Kim. If you are vegetarian you’ll also be catered for: the deep-fried oyster mushrooms and edamame hummus and broccoli with peanut sauce make for captivating starters and mains, respectively. The drinks menu includes 11 options (November being the 11th month of the year) created by bar chef Vasily Sapunkov, who fuses European and Japanese flavors with finesse. A classic gin and tonic is refined with shiso, and the Moscow Mule is replaced by a Tokyo Mule with kaffir, rum, yuzu, ginger and lemongrass. The brasserie is open until midnight, giving you plenty of time to feast your way through the entire menu. Choose a table on the plant-filled terrace or in the warm oak-clad interior and start sampling.

Text: Annika Hillig / Photos: Nils Hasenau

November, Husemannstr.15, 10435 Berlin–Prenzlauer Berg; map
Tue–Thu 18–0h, Fri–Sat 10–16h & 18–0h, Sun 10–17h

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