One of my best friends moved to Amsterdam for a while after living in Berlin for years, and whenever he came back for a visit he had a whole itinerary planned for us for the weekend. He was determined to do his favorite ‘Berlin things’ throughout the few days he would be here. One of them was watching the sunset at Nola’s.
Nola’s restaurant is no big secret around Berlin. It’s a lovely place to watch the sunset while you sip on a cold drink sitting on one of the sun chairs outside during the summer or nursing a hot cup of chocolate with a blanket wrapped around you during the colder months.
Nola’s has a wonderful terrace with a fantastic view of the Volkspark am Weinberg, and an inside area with an elegant 1960’s sort of decoration that gives you the feeling of being….in a classic movie set. The Swiss cross is always present along with ‘Rivella’ ads, but this is all very subtle.
On Sundays, they offer a fabulous brunch with an absolutely delicious variety of Swiss cheese, eggs, sausages, salmon, homemade marmalade……you get the idea. And for those winter cravings…Fondue and a variety of Swiss dishes.
The atmosphere is always relaxed and more of a family environment depending on the time of day. But the sunsets…..