Bikini Berlin’s food market offers international foodies a unique culinary experience: prepare to be tempted by international and local eateries as you taste your way around the globe – all under one roof.

Whether Israeli specialities or Mexican favourites, Korean bibimbap or Hawaiian poke bowls, vegan or meaty burgers, delectable seafood or sweet treats and ice cream – our food market is literally the icing on the cake that is Bikini Berlin.

This isn’t just a place to come for a quick bite in between shopping, but a unique culinary world that you’ll be hard pushed to find anywhere else in Berlin.

Open from Mon. to Sat. 11:00 am – 6:00 pm


As we all know, we eat with our eyes too – so here at Kantini, design lovers and architecture fans are served up an additional aesthetic feast alongside the food on their plates.

Designed and planned by Studio Aisslinger under the direction of Werner Aisslinger, the food market is an architectural gem in the heart of Berlin. The absolute highlight of the 1,800 m² space is the light-suffused loggia. With its huge panoramic window and direct views into the zoo, it exudes a light, bright and airy vibe that visitors love.


And of course we are also staying true to our pop-up concept when it comes to the food – because variety is the spice of life, after all! 

A large bird aviary, as a design reference to the zoo opposite, regularly accommodates new eateries at food market stalls, who tantalise our taste buds with exciting innovations and specialities from the world of international cuisine.


The best from Israel

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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.