Terz Berlin Contemporary bistro in Neukölln district

Tuesday, November 09 2021

Opening Times

Daily: 9am - 4:30pm

Dinner (with Reservation)
Monday to Friday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm


Terz Berlin
Herrfurthplatz 14
12049 Berlin-Neukölln
.How to get there


+49 30 509 314 13

The location of the Terz is a real blessing: Right in the middle of Herrfurthplatz, in the immediate vicinity of Tempelhofer Feld, connected to the Church of the Genezareth, the large window front lets in plenty of light. And then there's the church forecourt, which serves as a terrace for the contemporary bistro.

Since the beginning of April 2021, the guys and gals from Terz have been making healthy lunch dishes and homemade delicacies based on what creativeness has to offer in terms of seasonal and regional produce. The premises of the previous Selig were once completely renovated before moving in with the new concept: healthy lunch and all-day brunch on weekends.

Meanwhile, the Terz's ravishing space also serves dinner, which is equally inspired by nature's bounty. He doesn't want to call it German home cooking, explains owner Jeremias Stüer, but the focus of chef Max Hühnergart is clearly on popular dishes that people know.

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Terz Berlin Cappuccino
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Seasonally creative sandwiches, for example, are always on the menu. There are also changing lunch and dinner dishes, which are regularly adapted according to season and availability. In the dark season, for example, Max Hünergarth's menu is dominated by wild meat, root vegetables, and winter dishes; the Christmas menu reads particularly well - we are more than taken with it.

For lunch as well as dinner, the menu is always healthy, nutritious and, as it should be these days, there is always a vegetarian and a vegan option. In any case, owners Daniel Kalthoff and Jeremias Stüer focus on sustainability when it comes to the food and beverage offerings.

To this end, they establish structures and relationships with their suppliers and producers. All products are made in-house and accompanied in their development from the very beginning. Starting with bread and baguettes, which are baked at Terz, fresh juices from regional fruit (even apple juice from Neukölln apples) are pressed here, kombucha, for example, is made from coffee grounds.

The only exceptions are beers, wines, the coffee beans - they come from Andraschko, the croissants from La Maison. "If other products are to be used, then they should come from people who are really good and stand for the same things as we do," Jeremias sums it up. It's not just good and healthy food that's going to make trouble here: a stage is already prepared.

Pop-ups are also planned for the future, as the Moules Frites pop-up in cooperation with Fish Klub was already quite a success. So much creative power is impressive - a blessing in disguise.

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