Church before beer, you’re in the clear?
The chef “traded a life filled with celebs (e.g. Lenny Kravitz and Hillary Clinton) for a steady life in Leipzig, so he could be with his little girl. And for his second lovechild, B10, he settled on our very own Number 10, at BeethovenstraÎ˛e.”
Fill up Syrian style
Check out how our glocal food columnist made the best out of the disappointing winter-like curveball thrown into her quest for the best ice cream in Leipzig, happening upon a piece of la dolce vita somehow.
When you enter the cafĂ© you immediately feel the fifties ambiance from the lamps to the tables and chairs. Then comes the menu. Instead of opting for a classical printed menu, the owners opted to invest a bit more in the design. The doodles of the food and drinks totally worked for me. In terms of content, their menu focused on quality instead of quantity; they have four breakfast options and perhaps six or seven lunch options, but almost all their products are regional and organic.