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Temple tradition at the Oukan
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This evening, we’re heading to the Oukan on Ackerstraße in Mitte. The restaurant draws its inspiration from the Japanese Buddhist temple cuisine known as Shōjin Ryōri. Although the emphasis is on sustainability and health, Berlin-Brandenburg is certainly the focus of the seasonality and regionality themes. Of course, chef Martin Müller has transferred all the dishes into the 21st century in consultation with monks. It’s also important to note that the restaurant’s space is amazing.
The five-course menu is accompanied with wine, but if someone prefers, they can also choose the intriguing tea accompaniment.
- Su. 30.10.
- 5-course-menu with accompanying wines
- Ackerstr. 144 | Backyard | 10115 Berlin
- Admission: 6.30 pm | Start: 7.00 pm