This decades-old Taiwanese spot is famous for its soups, handmade noodles, and dim sum. It’s one of Berlin’s best Asian restaurants, especially if you’re on a budget, since everything on the menu is under $15. If you need a place to eat after exploring Museum Island, this is the place to go. Even when it’s busy, Lon Men’s Noodle House rarely leaves you waiting for a table. This restaurant will place you in the heart of Berlin’s Little Asia where you can kick off a food crawl by visiting Madame Ngo, Ryotei 893, and Good Friends nearby.
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