Maroush

Hidden Berlin Facebook and Instagram blogs (21 March 2016)

If you’re desperate for shawarma or falafel while soaking in the hectic melting pot of life at Kottbusser Tor, the queues outside this little Lebanese hideaway might be a tad off-putting. But good things come to those who wait… and Maroush is pretty darn good. For just €3, choose a warm wrap full to bursting with whatever you’re fancying – whether that’s shawarma (beef of chicken), Kafta, falafel, halloumi or Makkali (vegetables with hummus). It’ll come foil-wrapped, hot from the grill and ready to be sunk into, either on busy Adalbertstraße, or – if you time things really well – in Maroush’s candlelit cave-like back room. You can still just about hear the sounds of Kotti life… but the traditional music overlaying the babble makes it feel a whole lot more poetic. Between faded walls and scrubbed wooden tables, Maroush in its quieter moments is THE spot for creative types to hide away with a notebook, a head full of ideas… and a belly full of hummus. #Maroush #Lebanese #LebaneseFood #Kreuzberg #KottbusserTor #Kotti #Adalbertstrasse #Berlin #BerlinFood #HiddenBerlin #Falafel #Shawarma #Halloumi #Makkali #hummus #houmous #VeggieFood #VeggieFoodPorn #Veggie #BerlinVeggie #Candlelit #BerlinKreuzberg #EatinginBerlin

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If you’re desperate for shawarma or falafel while soaking in the hectic melting pot of life at Kottbusser Tor, the queues outside this little Lebanese hideaway might be a tad off-putting. But good things come to those who wait… and Maroush is pretty darn good. For just €3, choose a warm wrap full to bursting with whatever you’re fancying – whether that’s shawarma (beef of chicken), Kafta, falafel, halloumi or Makkali (vegetables with hummus). It’ll come foil-wrapped, hot from the grill and ready to be sunk into, either on busy Adalbertstraße, or – if you time things really well – in Maroush’s candlelit cave-like back room. You can still just about hear the sounds of Kotti life… but the traditional music overlaying the babble makes it feel a whole lot more poetic. Between faded walls and scrubbed wooden tables, Maroush in its quieter moments is THE spot for creative types to hide away with a notebook, a head full of ideas… and a belly full of hummus.

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