Prinzessinnengärten (Princess Gardens) is a Kreuzberg garden project that boasts a charming cafe within the urban farming site. The Berlin-based project is one of the most well-known examples of city-produced produce that makes excellent use of a formerly empty site that was formerly the location of a pre-WWII department store.
All of the project's crops are grown in portable planting containers, a clever way to get around the city's temporary lease system, while the containers are organized to create a magical garden environment within which the garden-to-table cafe sits.
Open daily, this Kreuzberg garden cafe features shrouded wooden benches and serves up a new dish daily using produce harvested from the garden the very same day.
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