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KANTINI

ALL-NEW
FOODMARKET

From 12 January 2018, Kantini will be Berlin’s newest hotspot for dining and drinking, eating and enjoying, tasting and toasting. Awaiting hungry guests is an innovative food experience with a perfect, vibrant mix of 14 international eateries. 

Here at Kantini, Mexican food meets Israeli specialities, Hawaiian poke bowls and Korean cuisine. 

Our food market is the culinary icing on the cake of Bikini Berlin which, with its new culinary appeal, is following the international trend for healthy food, sustainable ingredients and uncomplicated enjoyment. 

OPENING HOURS
Mon. – Sat. 9:00 am – 09:00 pm

A FEAST FOR THE EYES TOO!

It’s not only lovers of good, quality food from all corners of the globe who will appreciate our new food market at BIKINI BERLIN, but also architecture fans. 

After all, none other than design studio Studio Aisslinger led by designer Werner Aisslinger was commissioned with the design of the Kantini food market.

The absolute highlight of the 1,800 m² space is the light-suffused loggia with its large panoramic window and direct views into the zoo.

POP-UP CONCEPT

Bikini Berlin is therefore staying true to its pop-up concept. The two units can be rented by innovative eateries for a maximum of six months, ensuring that hungry foodies can look forward to regularly changing culinary experiences.

Djimalaya

1st floor

The best from Israel

Kantini without hummus? Unthinkable! The Israeli dip is meanwhile just as popular among foodies here in Europe as sweet potato fries. So it’s a good job that Djimalaya serves up both...

Djimalaya

1st floor

The best from Israel

Kantini without hummus? Unthinkable! The Israeli dip is meanwhile just as popular among foodies here in Europe as sweet potato fries. So it’s a good job that Djimalaya serves up both...

The Israeli restaurant Djimalaya calls itself “Hummus & Grill” and has enjoyed huge popularity in Berlin-Mitte for years now. But the time has come to also take root in the west of Berlin, where it is rounding off the cultural gastronomy mix of Kantini. We can’t wait to try the halloumi, kebabs and tabbouleh. And when we do, we’ll make sure we also shout out “Djimalaya!” at the top of our voices – which is also what Israeli boy scouts do right before dinner is served during summer camp. 

Djimalaya

1st floor

The best from Israel

Kantini without hummus? Unthinkable! The Israeli dip is meanwhile just as popular among foodies here in Europe as sweet potato fries. So it’s a good job that Djimalaya serves up both...

Djimalaya

1st floor

The best from Israel

Kantini without hummus? Unthinkable! The Israeli dip is meanwhile just as popular among foodies here in Europe as sweet potato fries. So it’s a good job that Djimalaya serves up both...

The Israeli restaurant Djimalaya calls itself “Hummus & Grill” and has enjoyed huge popularity in Berlin-Mitte for years now. But the time has come to also take root in the west of Berlin, where it is rounding off the cultural gastronomy mix of Kantini. We can’t wait to try the halloumi, kebabs and tabbouleh. And when we do, we’ll make sure we also shout out “Djimalaya!” at the top of our voices – which is also what Israeli boy scouts do right before dinner is served during summer camp.