This no fuss no frills pizza place serves up delectably straightforward melty goodness. Handwritten menus, a chalkboard and some serious pizza aficionados make this place charming and a clear choice for when the pizza cravings become insatiable. The interior features high ceilings and minimalist light fixtures, illuminating the only thing that matters: the food. Choose from a laundry list of pizzas, made from whole wheat, ranging from the audaciously artisan to more classic doughy delicacies. Though this is a mainly pizza-centric establishment, there’s antipasta and desserts to widen the range.
Like most good eateries in Wedding, this prized Polish eatery is off the beaten path. Pierogarnia doesn’t leave much to the imagination with the name and it doesn’t need to. This family-owned establishment wants to share a bit of its culture with Berlin through authentic and filling Polish food at prices that keep the wallet feeling heavy. The menu is dominated by the Pierogi, and rightfully so as they are freshly made and cater to meat lovers and vegans alike. The menu is rife with other Polish treats like specialty beer and classic yet creative soups. The cozy interior is made to feel like a living room with couches and armchairs. Live music often acts as a background to the meal, as the back room doubles as a venue and adds to the laid-back feel.
At Korea Haus, the food is the vehicle of transportation through cultures, not the décor. The friendly staff serves dishes like Terryaki duck and traditional options like kimichi and bibimbamp, as well as a multitude of scrumptious side dishes. This place is packed on the weekends so take that into consideration before popping in reservation free. Korea Haus is a quiet, little place that serves up genuine Korean cooking and a wealth of intricate flavors at a moderate price.