At one point or another, every American traveler has a twinge of homesickness that can only be sated by a bite of familiar food. Skip the now-ubiquitous Micky D’s and head instead for Prenzlauer Berg’s Nalu Diner—owned by a Hawaiian and a classically trained French chef who’s worked in Miami—for a taste of that home-style cooking you’ve been missing. Breakfast is served all day alongside bottomless cups of standard filter coffee (yeah, you’ve been missing it). Cinnamon French toast, syrupy pancakes with sunny-side up eggs and hash browns, and an egg-cheese-bacon sandwich are all popular with the largely American clientele. For lunch or an afternoon snack, get a juicy hamburger or a piece of the delightful mac-and-cheese casserole.
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