Comprehensive guide to Berlin Germany with information on Asian.

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Bistro Viet Nam
Weinbergsweg 25, 10119 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 449 58 96, Fax: no fax | U8 Rosenthalerplatz | Times: Mon - Fri 11:00 - 23:00, Sat - Sun 12:00 - 24:00.
A bit of an in-place with musicians and other endemically financially disadvantaged creative types. You can get some tasty rice dishes and they will make it spicy if you insist. The beer's cheap, the benches outside are very cool and the dining room is ample enough so you don't feel guilty about hanging out for a few beers afterwards.

Mäcky Messer
Mulackstr. 29, 10119 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 283 4942, Fax: no fax | U8 Weinmeisterstr. | Times: Tue-Sun, 6pm-midnight | Cards: none | Prices: Mains DM12-18.
A German, even one from the fish intensive town of Hamburg, making sushi? Normally we'd tell you to be afraid, very afraid, but this guy has mastered the art beautifully. He also provides soups, Japanese salads, and the occasional larger dish in this excellent hole in the wall.

Restaurant Udagawa
Kantstr. 118, 10625 Berlin - Charlottenburg | Tel: 312 30 14, Fax: no fax | U7 Wilmersdorfer Str. |
A genuine family-run Japanese greasy spoon on the western fringe of what is destined to be Berlin´s first Chinatown. The section at the front is self-service, you´ll pay a little more for service in the back room. Forgo the sushi for once and dip into the delectable tori udon, crispy smoky chicken thighs in robust greasy broth and home made udon noodles, sprinkle a little shichimi (Japanese 7-pepper mix) - magnificent. Other favorites are the katsu (deep fried crispy chicken with gravy on rice) and the yaki udon (fried noodle). Great flavor and value, no pretence.

Suriya Kanthi
Knaackstr. 4, 10405 Berlin - Prenzlauer Berg | Tel: 44 25 301, Fax: no fax | U2 Senefelder Platz | Times: daily noon-1am | Cards: none | Prices: DM7-13. | Also at Gneisenaustr. 4 Berlin - Kreuzberg |
Sri Lankan food to rave about: very inexpensive, with organic meats, and impeccably authentic if you can convince them you want it spiced correctly. Cooler-downer, in season: avocado milkshake. Both restaurants are under the same ownership, and have the same menu and high quality.

Sushi Bar Ky
Oderburgstr. 40, Berlin - Prenzlauer Berg | U2 Eberswalderstr. | Times: 17-24
Officially an Imbiß, which means in this case, no toilet. Best sushi in the area (that´s practically all you can get here), friendly service, moderate prices makes it a satisfying snack spot. Same owner as Mäcky Messer.

Ujong Koreanisches Imbiß
Jagowstr. 13, Berlin - Tiergarten | U9 Hansaplatz, Turmstr, Bus 245, 341 | Times: Open for lunch and dinner 7 days.
A tiny neighborhood place, popular with resident Koreans. The sushi bento box is usually a good deal with a couple of warm appetizers and acceptable sushi. A couple of specialties from the Korean-only side of the menu (plates for 2 people): the Nakji Bokum is slightly sweet, extremely spicy fried octopus with caramelised fat pork out rage us, Nakji Somyun, reputably the hottest Korean dish: Octopus in red chilli paste and vegetables ringed with mounds of cold somyun (white noodles). Try the Kimchi Jige (Kimchi Soup), the Korean style 'chinese dishes´ are popular and the kimchis are fine.

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