The Felleshus: Nordic fare and a side of culture

The 'Felleshus' at Berlin's Nordic Embassies - a perfect spot for a budget lunch

Looking for lunch with a definite difference?

The striking Felleshus (which in Danish means 'house for everyone) is jointly run by the embassies of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and its main attraction is a cultural offering that appeals to all: budget eats with a Scandinavian twist.

Unusual Berlin secret: lunch at the Nordic Embassies
The 'Felleshus' in Berlin's Nordic Embassies feels friendly rather than official

From Monday to Friday the Felleshus canteen serves up tasty fare featuring Nordic favourites such as Pytt i Panna (a popular Swedish fry-up), chilled blueberry soup and, of course, a daily fresh fish option (vegetarians are also catered for).

A secluded terrace and budget Nordic meals at the Felleshus Canteen, Berlin

The light-filled, sleekly contemporary space boasts balcony seating and a secluded terrace that's perfect for warmer weather. And once you've eaten, exhibitions, talks and films provide further food for thought.

Think of it as a passport to the best of Nordic culture.

Felleshus canteen
and exhibition centre at the Nordic Embassies: Rauchstraße 1, 10787 Berlin. 
Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 10 am-4pm; lunch from 11am-3pm (11.30am-1pm for embassy staff only)

View weekly menu here (in German only).

See also:
A sculpture that gives you wings
Coffee and cake with granny: a cute Charlottenburg café
Stunning views from a student canteen

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