Instead of putting sugar in my coffee I take it in chocolate, the more blissful form of sugar #makeitblissful (loving the chocolate covered nuts sampler from Fassbender & Rausch, the biggest chocolaterie in the world) #TDWberlinbites
I’ve always loved the Biscoff spread but I love how the biscuits are individually wrapped. Perfect with a cup of coffee or tea. Though I must confess its hard to eat only one piece 😜 #DiploHome #TDWberlinbites #TDWberlinautumn
Baumkuchen for breakfast! Our friend came over for a visit and was obsessed with finding Baumkuchen. A German specialty dubbed the “king of cakes,” Baumkuchen is particularly popular at Christmastime. This tall dessert is comprised of many thin cake layers that resemble a tree’s growth rings. Baumkuchen translates as “tree (baum) cake (kuchen).” It takes a master baker to make this labor-intensive cake in the traditional way, which is to spoon a sponge cake batter over a revolving oven spit, one layer at a time, browning each layer before adding the next.
Not only does Neni have amazing food (a mosaic of Persian, Russian, Turkish, Spanish and German flavors) but the restaurant also has FABULOUS interior design. I get so inspired whenever I dine there. #TDWdesigninspirations