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Wer gerade in Berlin ist, sollte die historische Ecke Sophienstraße in Mitte nicht verpassen!
ETVAS Magazine verrät Euch einen der Gründe: Es ist ein kleiner hübscher Laden, der „Eisenbergs“ heißt. Es ist ein Café und Bistro, das im Französischen Stil eingerichtet ist. Ganz nach dem Geschmack von Besitzer Tobias Eisenberg… MORE

Homey Chow finds a new Home

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After the huge success of the one month Pop-Up, ETVAS Magazine’s “Homey Chow Late Nite Restaurant“ will stay in Berlin for a while (at least six months), but in a new location in Berlin’s “Mitte“ District.

But don’t you worry….We made sure that the fried chicken and waffles, the Chinese dumplings, the Gin Tonic Straight and the Brooklyn → Berlin Soundtrack were all in the moving trucks………

So for all of you “Brooklyn Soulfood meets Chinatown“ fans that tried to reserve a table….. MORE

Homey Chow – Late Nite Restaurant Menu

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Weekly Special – From Chinatown
Traditional Chinese Dumplings
5 variations of steamed or fried dumplings
5 Variationen von gedämpften oder frittierten ”Dumplings”

Brooklyn Soul Food
Main Courses / Hauptgänge

Sara Lou’s Fried Chicken & Waffles
Deep-fried pieces of chicken served with waffles topped with Canadian syrup and butter
Frittierte Hähnchen auf frischen Waffeln mit Kanadischer Sirup und Butter… MORE

Homey Chow – Late Nite Restaurant

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American Soulfood meets New York Chinatown:
Its the mid 1970’s…..On the 5th floor of a high-rise office building on Canal Street, in the middle of Chinatown, New York, there were two loft apartments. One was occupied by Jon Moressi, the Creative Director of some fashion magazine and the other was a mysterious office where on the door it said “Homey Chow- Private Detective”.
It was not really known what was went on inside, but when Mr. Moressi looked out his peephole at 5 in the morning he would see people like Andy Warhol, Miles Davis or Bruce Lee going into this mysterious Private Detective office….. And the smell that came out was a heavenly mix of Chinese dumplings, fried chicken and strangely enough, waffles…… MORE

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