MIRIKA: COMFORT FOOD FROM THE FAMILY IN PRINZEN-KIEZ

MIRIKA: COMFORT FOOD FROM THE FAMILY IN PRINZEN-KIEZ

On cold gray Mondays and hungover Sundays, sometimes you’re just in need of some hearty comfort food. At Mirika they’ve got solid German classics including Käsespätzle, Buletten und Stullen, but they’re served not in an old-school pub, but rather in stylish, airy, modern surroundings bursting with beautiful houseplants. Behind Mirika are the three siblings Lilo, Jette and Moritz Klinkenberg, who know the Kreuzberg Prinzenkiez from their childhood days – bringing solid local connections. Together, the three serve authentic, down-to-earth food like vegetarian Swiss capuns (stuffed chard leaves with cream broth and alpine cheese). The seasonal menu changes weekly at Mirika, but you can always count on popular classics like Spätzle and Schnitzel, not to mention a hearty brunch on Sunday. This warm, inviting restaurant is exactly the kind of place that makes the winters a little bit cozier. (Text: Katie Burton / Photos: Mirika)

Mirika, Prinzenstr.103, 10969 Berlin–Kreuzberg; map
Mon–Fri 10–17h, Sun 10–16h
@mirikaberlin_

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