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Mogg in Berlin Jewish Deli Serving Pastrami Sandwiches

Mogg is the Berlin equivalent to the New York institution Katz’s Delicatessen. Located in a red brick building, a former Jewish girl’s school, the restaurant interior has a canteen vibe over it. Although their sandwiches can’t quite measure up to the top N.Y. deli ( I found it a bit on the dry side), they make a decent pastrami sandwich on rye. Get the Reuben and order a brûlée chicken liver mousse on the side.

Looking for more great spots for food and drinks in the German capital? Check out my foodie map of Berlin.

Mogg in Berlin
Mogg in Berlin
Mogg’s notorious slow cooked pastrami served on a rye bun with mustard & a pickle.
Mogg’s notorious slow cooked pastrami served on a rye bun with mustard & a pickle.
Chicken liver brûlée, toast and pickles
Chicken liver brûlée, toast and pickles

Mogg in Berlin

Anders Husa

I am Anders Husa – a foodie living in Oslo. I eat at the best restaurants in Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and the major food destinations in the world. I share my foodie stories here.

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