April 13, 2018: After the AGO exhibit, we went for dinner in the area. I had found a Berlin restaurant that had high reviews located on Augusta Avenue in Kensington Market.
Otto’s Berlin Döner was a small restaurant with a hipstery kind of vibe. It was a smart causal service where you ordered and paid for your food and could eat in or take out. In fact, we saw a lot of takeout orders during the time that we were there.
We ordered the Veal & Lamb Döner. (When I saw the photos on Google maps, I didn’t realize what I wanted to try was their sandwich! It certainly didn’t look like it. XD I had to ask the staff to confirm.)
They had a self-service water station. They also had beer from a tap and wine. It was a very popular place with lots of customers dining in on a Friday night.
The Veal & Lamb Döner sandwich was gigantic and so worth it and filling for one person to eat. It was bigger than the size of my face! It was loaded with diced tomatoes, cucumbers, red cabbage, onions, hot sauce, garlic aioli, yogurt herb, and fresh leaf lettuce. The pita bread was sooo good! Despite it having so many ingredients in it, it held up very well and was easy to eat with your hands. I especially liked the garlic aioli smeared generously on the pita bread.
The saucy meat was even tastier as you got to the bottom of the sandwich and it was definitely the kind of thing I crave for sometimes.
I highly recommend this restaurant!! 😀