O-SLOW: JAPANESE AND LEBANESE CUISINES COMBINE FOR A TRULY MULTICULTURAL MENU

O-SLOW: JAPANESE AND LEBANESE CUISINES COMBINE FOR A TRULY MULTICULTURAL MENU

I’m such a fan of O-slow that I first wanted to keep it all to myself as my ultimate insider restaurant tip. Opened by Mami, Wahid and Wissam in 2018, O-slow is a place full of character and quirky details, where Japanese and Lebanese cuisine are brought together with complete mastery. The best and most special thing about this place is you don’t have have to make endless choices: there is a single, daily menu to choose from. The vegetarian (and vegan-friendly) food reveals a culinary dialogue between the Far East and the Middle East, all conceived and prepared by chef Mami with love. On our visit, we had a coriander–potato salad, brown rice with marinated tofu and edamame, tomato-wakame-miso soup, homemade lemonade and hōjicha (roasted green tea), and some fluffy sfouf (lebanese semolina cake) to finish with. Spending the evening at O-slow with your favorite people, you’re guaranteed to leave relaxed, content and with an unmistakable smile on your face. (Text: Lisa Strube / Photos: Savannah van der Niet)

O-slow, Schwedenstr.3b, 13357 Berlin–Wedding; map
Wed–Sat 18–23h
Join O-slow on 02.11.2019 & for their one-year anniversary.
@o.slow.berlin

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