Of the many Turkish grill houses you’ll find in the city, Adana Grillhaus is the one all Berliners know about. We love the adana beyti (ground beef on a skewer wrapped in lavash bread), lamb chops and ribs, or - for eating on the go - a kebab in pita bread. Adana Grillhaus is open until 2am daily, making this a perfect place to pregame/recover after hitting one of Kreuzberg’s many bars, such as speakeasy Schwarze Traube, burlesque bar Prinzipal, punk pub Trinkteufel, and club SO36. The original location on Manteuffelstrasse is darker and cozier, while the one across the corner on Skalitzer Strasse is newer and popular with tourists.

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