This goes in no particular order!
Nithan Thai (Chauseestraße 5, 10115 Berlin)
Nithan Thai is the one that I have been to the least out of all of them, but oh my gosh it was so good! We went there with a bunch of people and had actually booked a table for a restaurant close by but where intriged by this one when walking by. Its priced pretty high and its french-thai fusion cusine but they mixed flavors in the most unexpected ways yet so perfectly! I`m usually the one picking something on the menu I already know but with this I loved every dish we ordered and shared! Something fancy but really good!!!
Spätzle Express (Wiener Straße 11, 10999 Berlin)
Eating Spätzle is actually a thing of southern Germany and not Berlin at all, but I fell in love with the way Spätze Express in Berlin does their cheese Spätzle. So not “traditional” Berlin food (although I wouldnt know what traditional Berlin food would be haha) but oh so good! I have at least 10 pictures on my phone of eating there haha
Another good one is Luxa. I usually get a Falafel on the go there and walk through downtown Berlin while eating. There are a few places in Berlin which make their own Falafel who taste just like the ones you would eat in Israel, I just happen to love this one. Not expensive but so good!
Zula Hummus Cafe (Husemannstr. 10, 10435 Berlin)
I read about Zula a few years ago in a magazine, tried it and fell in love. They serve Hummus and traditional Israeli food. I usually order some sort of hummus (which is served with delicious bread) a salad and sometimes french fries but I would suggest ordering small portions and sharing! Its a little more pricey but totally worth it.
Engelberg (Oderberger Str. 21, 10435 Berlin)
I actually dont know how I found this Cafe but I love eating breakfast here! It used to be really good but not so run over by tourists – I feel like more and more tourists know about it but its still good.
Tip: go on a week day, then its way more relaxed. And take cash – they dont accept any cards.
Schiller Backstube (Gotskowskystraße 11, 10555 Berlin)
Schiller Backstube sounds like a bakery but its more a small cafe than anything. They serve delicious sandwhichs and cheesecake. Its more of a local thing because its really close by to where I usually stay in Berlin and I would probably not drive all over town just to get there (what I probably would do for all the other restaurants I mentioned) but its still SO GOOD!!