Sometimes dubbed ‘German mac and cheese,’ käsespatzle is a Swabian dish similar to mac and cheese, but typically enhanced with more robust and earthy flavors, and traditionally cooked noodles made with flour, egg, and milk. Although there are many places you’ll find käsespatzle being sold, as a käsespatzle fanatic, I have to say that my favorite take on käsespatzle can be found at a stall located in the Kreuzberg food hall: Martkhalle Neun.
Heisser Hobel stands out through their use of quality ingredients. Their dairy ingredients are collected from an organic family-run dairy farm, and their noodles are made in their stall throughout the day, sometimes even made fresh to order.
The dish is then topped with crispy fried onions and fresh chives, which brings the whole meal to another level of flavor. Heisser Hobel is a must-visit when visiting Markthalle Neun, and home to some truly lecker essen.