Dining at Berlin's Hidden Gems

In the 20 years since the fall of the wall, Berlin has turned from a town where eating was best avoided to one of Europe's culinary capitals. Berlin's newest food trend, however, is the rise of cheap, divey restaurants as an unlikely backdrop for delicious food. Themroc, a grungy hole in the wall, has a few mismatched tables and worn-out sofas huddled around a small open kitchen that turns out one delectable dish per night (no substitutions, please), such as osso buco with fresh gremolata. In...
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