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A German Pizza

Flammkuchen that is its name. A German pizza, or as apparently the translation indicates a flame cake. I read in the “Pana Lonely” (the Lonely Planet Guide for the ones who missed the posts in Barcelona) that Schwarzwaldstuben was the place to go in Mitte to try German food.

The Place

The place is airy, trendy, and in some parts it looks like my grandma house so I will say cozy. Got there had a couple Rothaus and ordered my crispy pizza dough with sour cream and… TADAAAA! Boudin Noir! Yes Black pudding according to my French friends, on top a little of red onion confit.

Flammkuchen Star Wars Style

Looks like my Grandma's living room

I do apologise to my really good Italian friends, yes I got a black pudding some sort of pizza and it was good, I won’t compare it with an authentic Italian pizza, but it was good, who would thought that crispy dough with sour cream and black pudding works.


The black pudding delight

More of the place

Go and judge by yourself, they have 8 selections of Flammkuchen, or you can opt for a more suitable Schnitzel.

Germans remind me the Seinfeld episode “The Doorman”.

Kramer: Hey, George, stick them up.
George: What?
Kramer: For these German tourists. Pretend that I'm robbing you.
George: Why?
Kramer: So these people can go back home and tell their friends they saw a real New York mugging. It'll give them a thrill. Alright, hands up, porky! That's it. Now, give me your wallet. Got it in here, huh, fat boy! Is that all you got?! Hah? Is that all you got?!
George: Alright, that's enough.
Kramer: I'll tell you when it's enough! Alright, now you

better not say anything, or I'll stalk you!

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German Cuisine
Area: Mitte
Borough: Mitte

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