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We are taking now reservations for our April Events
All events are taking place in our location, Muse Berlin, Immanuelkirchstrasse 31, 10405 Berlin.
As always, seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so reply quickly to be sure of getting spots.
This week our Hot Pot is
Chili con Carne
with our homebaked cornbread and Guacamole
Only the best of the carrots for our new dish:
24 - carat - carrots
Pickled, roasted and julienne carrots, spiced toasted chickpeas, hummus, fried flatbread, baked feta cheese, coriander dressing
We're delighted to have pleased the folks at Exberliner with our sandwichy goodness and homemade drinks
- Thyme Supperclub: Sa 8. Mar, Fr 14. Mar
- Brazilianische Carnival Essen: Sa 01. Mar
- Iden des März, Ancient Rome: Sa 15. Mar
- Art on the Plate: Fr 21. Mar, Sa 22. Mar
- Tripe to Medina: Sa 29. Mar
und unsere Vorschau auf April
- Frühlingsfest: Getränke, Fingerfood, und Feier: 31,00€ inkl. Bier und Wein Freitag 4. April
Anouncing our March Events
- Thyme Supperclub classic: 45,00€ excl. drinks Saturday 8th March, Friday 14th March
- Brazilian carnival: Caique Tizzi presents 6 courses of colourful Brazilian cooking: 46,00€ excl. drinks Saturday 1st March
- Ides of March, ancient Roman banquet: 38,00€ excl. drinks Saturday 15th March
- Art on the Plate: courses inspired by masterpieces: 42,00€ excl. drinks Friday 21st March, Saturday 22nd March
- Medina: modern Arabic kitchen, 7 courses by Stefen Dadarski: XXX excl. drinks Saturday 29th March
and a sneak preview for April...
- Frühlingsfest: drinks, finger food and party: 31,00€ inkl. Bier und Wein Friday 4th April
Cracked Wheat - really addictive. Vegan, Vegaterian or with Bacon... now on our lunch menu
We have some new arrivals for our lunch menu today - blown away from the Frittatina - a deep fried pasta with aubergine, creamy sauce and hearty sausages...
Back again in 2014 with a new lunch menu, new events and a brazilian carneval.
On the 13th December we hosted Phoebe in Berlins "Yang Sheng" tasting menu based on Chinese medicine concepts.
Candied sweet potato with dried pumpkin seeds
(Improves digestion and immune system)
Black sesame ball with black sugar sauce and walnut
(Eliminates constipation, anti-aging, enriches blood and deroxification, helps digestion)
Pan-fried lamb with Chinese sauce & gouqi, Chinese yam and steamed buns
(Warms and invigorates the kidney-yang, coordinating Qi and blood, relieves cough and reduces phlegm, improves eyesight)
Phoebe plating the Pan-fried of the five elements (metal, wood, water, fire, earth)
(Helps in producing and cleaning blood, contains anti-oxidants, improves digestion, heart functioning, and keeps warm)
Pot of tofu with shrimp ball on mushroom sauce & kumkwat (no picture)
(Contains phytoestrogens and lowers cholesterol)
Soup from the pork-rib with pearl barley, white gourd, red dates, silver ear mushroom (no picture)
(Helps in producing and cleaning blood, contains anti-oxidants, improves digestion, heart functioning and the immune system, clearing the lung)
Last Saturday, we hosted Berlin's Italian supperclub 'Metti una Sera a Cena' at Muse. Chiara and Marco, the brains (and beauty) behind the supperclub, took the opportunity to test out some of their new creations. I think I can safely vouch for everyone who was there, and declare them a success!
Having collaborated with them in the past, we were really excited to see (and of course I mean eat) what they had planned. As is their style, they brought together classic Italian techniques and flavours, and presented them beautifully with their own artistic twist.
One of their signature creations, crisped bread coloured with squid ink, went beautifully with their salad of smoked trout with orange, green apple and almonds. It almost felt like summer. For about 15 seconds, before we looked outside again.
Then came the lasagna. Or should I say, THE LASAGNA!!
Given Chiara and Marco's natural flair for refined, beautifully presented food (and lasagna's repuatation for being, well, the opposite) we were surprised to see it on the menu. Of course, we'd never had lasagna with radicchio and cocoa nib before, and it was absolutely delicious. It might be some kind of Italian sacrelige, but we absolutely loved it. Did I mention it had bacon on top? See photo...it did.
The third course proved a divisive one: gorgonzola ice cream and strawberry jam (which I must say, Dave and I absolutely loved). But hey, not everyone likes gorgonzola. And my assumption is, if you don't like it when it is shaped like cheese, then you definitely won't like it when it has been transformed into a deceivingly dessert-like quenelle.
The main course was a hazelnut-crusted cod, topped with a clever take on a potato chip and served with pear purée. Yums all around!
To finish, they served a beautifully plated simple dessert of bitter chocolate and pineapple reduction.
Between working with Chiara and Marco and having such a fun group on Saturday, we had a blast and really enjoyed ourselves. We will definitely be having these guys back :)