by Zoë Noble
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Aaaanyway, we made it to Little Otik eventually – on the happy occasion of Zo’s mum’s birthday. We toasted with killer cocktails (amazing Gin Gimlet), the best Sauvignon Blanc we’ve ever tasted (a Polz, from Austria) and some mind-blowing schnapps! Soaking all that up was refined rustic fare made with seasonal, local ingredients, the highlights being the cream of zucchini soup with fennel flowers and the 300g ribeye with a side of corn on the cob. Putting the om on our omnomnom was, well, all the deserts on the menu!
As you can see from the photos, Little Otik is warm and homely, but what you can’t see are the friendly, fun and knowledgable staff or the tables full of hipsters keeping the place nice and buzzy. We’ll be back soon, and not just to stalk Herr Pearson. Oh, fancy seeing you here!
This article originally appeared on Bang Bang Berlin.