The third reason I like it is because it doesn’t matter what mood I’m in. Whether I just want a drink, a delicious, chunky meal or whether I’m feeling a bit peckish and in the mood for a snack, it’s perfect for all. It’s laid back in there and the tables are big enough to accommodate all your friends and snacks are served to accompany your drinks. Try the leek fritters with yoghurt sauce, or bigger dishes of stuffed artichokes or roasted aubergine. You can share them if you want, sometimes it’s more fun. But you don’t have to.
The second reason I like it is because the vibe is always nice, inside and outside on the street where it lives. It’s smack in the middle of Graefekiez. And Graefekiez is smack in the middle of Kreuzberg. It’s easy to get to Devil’s Kitchen, and once you’re there it’s easy to stay. A bit of this, a bit of that. It’s all very colorful and varied, a true Kreuzbergian atmosphere. And don’t let the quiet spells fool you. It’s a great late night drinking spot.
The first reason: H-U-M-U-S. The humus here really ties it all together: Humus with smoky aubergine, humus with merguez sausage, humus with mushrooms, humus with lamb and tomato sauce, all served with bread, pickles and little yummy salads on the side. Who can say no to that?
It’s the neighborhood’s own little devil and it lures you in with its charm time and time again.
Devil’s Kitchen | Bars, Snacks, Restaurants (Mediterranean/Israeli) | Humus € 8
16:00 – late daily