Food Blogger Dinner At Nightkitchen
This was a special kind of dinner: one for food bloggers!
The dinner was hosted by Nightkitchen, an Israeli restaurant in Berlin – imagine dishes such as roasted cauliflower, eggplant, fruity salads and tahini dips! Their approach to gastronomy other than serving mouthwatering food?
ALL GOOD THINGS START AT NIGHT. NIGHT KITCHEN BRINGS THE VIBRANT NIGHTLIFE AND GASTRO SCENE OF TEL AVIV DIRECT TO CENTRAL BERLIN. – nightkitchenberlin
Turns out: Dining here is a celebration for your senses in very chilled atmosphere – you feel as if you just entered a completely different world. They offer a selection of delicious dishes and suggest to book an evening here as a dinner with friends: lots of scrumptiously filled dishes are brought to the table where everyone shares the different meals! I truly enjoy this emphasis on sharing food rather than ordering a dish and keeping it to yourself – where’s the fun in that? Sharing is caring!
challah bread and tahini dip
tomato carpaccio with labneh, croutons, fresh oregano, kalamata olive powder and dried yoghurt
yellowtail sashimi with citrus sauce, cucumber, radish, chili, salicornia, chervil and chili snow
roasted aubergine with tahini, chickpeas, Amba vinaigrette, matbucha, crispy potatoes, boiled egg, crispy pita
turmeric grilled shrimps with spicy tomato salad and coriander
grilled octopus with merguez & black bean ragu, served with Jerusalem artichoke cream
turmeric roasted cauliflower with smoked cauliflower cream, herb salad and puffed rice
oat panna cotta with flower honey syrup & milk crumble
vegan coconut custard with vanilla & pink pepper pineapple and roasted almonds
chocolate ganache, cereal milk & homemade cornflake crunch
cardamom infused vodka with citrus & ginger beer
gin, black tea, bitters
apple vodka and guava shots
Our hosts walked us through the evening, explained the different dishes, spoke about the restaurant’s concept and started serving irresistibly delicious cocktails!
As soon as the food arrived in front of us, the crowd indisputably revealed itself as food bloggers – they’re very easy to spot with all their phones and DSLR cameras! The food was photographed from all kinds of angles, assembled in different ways, admired in its model qualities and finally: WE COULD EAT!
We devoured every last crumb and chatted about restaurants, dishes we like to cook, foods we appreciate from our native cultures while sipping our very yummy drinks.
The desserts were really tasty as well, all rich and creamy and full of flavour!
I highly recommend this restaurant – the food was truly divine, the service very friendly and the atmosphere is super cosy. Go ahead and pay Nightkitchen a little (or big) visit with your hungry friends!