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Photograph: Kate Bettes for Time Out

Time Out says

Get the perfect Sunday brunch (and lunch) at this laid back spot in Prenzlauer Berg

What’s the vibe? 

The interior of Kanaan is decorated with love. There are visual nods to the background of the chefs whose vision for collaborative peace resulted in the creation of this laidback Palestinian-Israeli restaurant.

What should I order? 

Vegetarian and vegan sharing platters are the main fare of Kanaan. To get an appreciation of as many as possible, arrive with friends for its brunch menu. 

What are the prices like?

For €28 you’ll get starters and main courses, which include homemade bread with olive oil and za’atar to dip in Babaganoush, pickles in a curry sauce and spicy pepper dip. We also love the Shakshuka and Hummus with fava beans and grated eggs.

If your stomach isn’t bursting at this point, drop the extra few euros for sweets like Malabi Rose Water Pudding or the Labneh Cheesecake. 

What’s worth visiting nearby?

Kanaan is in the north of Prenzlauer Berg. With Mauerpark only a few streets away, combine a Sunday brunch with a trip to its weekly fleamarkets, and their famous karaoke sessions.

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Kate Bettes
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Schliemannstraße 15
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Opening hours:
Weekdays 12-10pm, weekends 11am-10pm
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