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Azzam brunch Berlin

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

In the city that claims to have invented the Döner Kebab, Turkish cuisine reigns supreme – and Azzam is the very best

What’s the vibe? 

Azzam is unassuming and unpretentious. The only sign that it has some of the best Levantine cuisine in town is the would-be patrons waiting for a table.

What are the prices like? 

Very cheap for what you get. Expect to pay €1-10 at brunch time (plus the tea is free).

What should I order? 

Where to start? Azzam has a mix of vegetarian and meat dishes and is renowned for its huge plates of Hummus and Tahini, as well as warm dishes of whole chickpea Musalaha served with pita bread. You’ve also got plates of pickles and falafel, Shawarma and Kafta. 

If that is enough to get your mouthwatering, round up a group of friends. It’s by far the best way to share a little bit of everything.

What’s worth visiting nearby?

Azzam is on Sonnenallee – widely considered to be the heart of Berlin’s Middle Eastern community. As a result, there are more Levantine restaurants here than you could hope to visit in just one trip. (But you can certainly try once you've gone to Azzam.)

Being in the centre of the borough of Neukölln, Volkspark Hasenheide is nearby, as is Tempelhofer Feld. You can also explore the neighbourhood by renting a bike and cycling up the canalside Maybachufer road.

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Kate Bettes
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Kate Bettes


Sonnenallee 54
U7, U8 Hermannplatz
Main courses €3-€10
Opening hours:
Open 8am-midnight daily
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