Berlin, Charlottenburg, Food

An evening in Charlottenburg

September 19, 2018


On a hot Summer evening, Johan and I took a stroll in Charlottenburg, it was finally time to try an Indian restaurant I have been wanting to go to for many years.


For some reason I really like this sign. It’s so different from others.


You can see how hot it is in the light in this picture.


This place is amazing, I should take you there in pictures when I go there next time (this time it was already closed). Rogacki is the name of the place. Visually it’s not a very beautiful place, but the food is delicious. I have had the tastiest herring in my life in here.


I love though, how it feels like you’re back to the 1970’s.


Finally we arrived at Ashoka, Indian food close to Savignyplatz. Have you been there? It’s really really good. Especially the papadam.


I went for my all time favourite – Palak Paneer, which is a dish I always have the first time I go to a new Indian place. Very tasty!

It’s still Summer in Berlin, for a couple more days.
This week started pretty dramatic with a very sick Peps (the dog I take care of sometimes), so we had to go to the vet and she was shaking like crazy (Johan had to carry her inside because she’s so afraid of the doctor) and I tried to comfort her with my broken voice in the little Spanish I know. It all went well and she’s fine now. Made her some carrot soup with rice and chicken, plus she’s getting medication. Sweet, strong creature.

Waiting for some yarn and will make a few beanies, anyone interested? Colour wish? Just let me know 🙂

Happy mid week!

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1 Comment

  • Reply Nick September 19, 2018 at 4:01 pm

    Lovely, Sandra, as always.
    You capture Berlin as I remember it at the other end of this summer:
    I can almost taste it – bottled beer & oranges.
    Thank you.

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