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There are a few Peruvian restaurants in Berlin, but Chicha is the one we keep going back to. Their brick-and-mortar spot is much livelier than the other, slightly stiff-feeling options around, and with its location between Neukölln and Kreuzberg, it’s great for staying flexible to hop into bars/clubs in either neighborhood. There’s graffiti everywhere (even the bathrooms) and a frequently-changing menu with mainstays like ceviche, pulpo with Andean potato chips, and yuca fries dipped in a creamy, cheesy huancaina sauce. They also serve Berlin’s best pisco drinks, like the traditional pisco sour, but we like the rum-and-coconut water colada served in a coconut.

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