Aurelia’s little black book of Berlin

Aurelia’s little black book of Berlin

Aurelia Paumelle, the lady that went from working for the Parisian couturiers to founding her own streetwear label “Aurelia Paumelle” tells us where to go in Berlin and what to do. 

It is Monday morning and you are on your way to work, where do you get your best Coffee or Tea to go?
At home, I have a nice selection of Pu-Erh teas, then I get an espresso on my way to give me the little kick I need for the day at the Italian Coffee Corner at Kottbuser Damm.

You have a lunch meeting, where is your favorite spot for this?
I like really much the ramen soup at Cocolo (Paul Lincke Ufer 39) as well as the Goldberg Cafe corner Liberdastr. and Reuterstr. its owner Sadettin is a lovely person and the menu always pleases his guests.


Dinner for one – if you want to treat yourself and yourself alone, which spot would you choose for a Dinner with yourself?
I love Italian food but also Oysters, so I will go for nice antipasti and prosciutto at Maselli.
For Oysters I have to wait until I will be in France again 😉

Your favorite designer for an everyday look?
Jil Sander

Your go-to designer for an elegant evening look?
Haider Ackerman

When you feel like taking a break, where do you go?
To Barcelona, visiting my friends.

Which one is your favorite gallery or museum you go to for a little bit of art?
The Medhi Chouacri Gallery and the Martin Groupius Bau Museum

Which one is your favorite bar for an after-work drink?
I love natural wine so I go to Wild thing.

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Which one is for your the most romantic location in Berlin?
I like to go to Krumme Lanke, there is also a very nice restaurant front of the Lake.

Which district do you prefer the most to stroll along?
Kreuzberg and Neukölln

It is Sunday and you are off for Brunch, where would we find you?
Oeuf benedict for sure! at Roamers at Donaustr.

Where would you give yourself a little beauty treatment (e.g. Spa)
I like to go to Neukölln sauna, the pool is beautiful and the Aufguss tonic!


Which one is your absolute favorite spot in Berlin?
The canal of Maybachufer, I never get bored to observe the weeping willows, the swans and the vegetation around.

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