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Till The Cows Come Home Restaurant, Berlin

The founders of Till The Cows Come Home (TTCCH), a vegetarian slow food kitchen in Berlin, found a compact and efficient space for their idea; the interior of a redeveloped shipping container, and placed it in the middle of the lively Mitte quarter of the city.

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Details: Founded by creative director Natalie Viaux (concept and design) and Dr. Christiane Cordes (health consultant), TTCCH’s focus is vegetarian and vegan food, to go, to stay and take-away.

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The exterior of the high-cube container is pearl green, the wall and cieling surfaces are faced with Norwegian birch, copper details softly accentuate the bar area. The view from the large panoramic windows shows the outdoor area, the wooden terrace and a 4,80m long timber panel with stools, where themed supper clubs are planned.

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The dining table, seats and terrace were designed by product designer Alexander Spilopoulos for TTCCH and manufactured by hand.

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As for the food, “In Till The Cows Come Home, they take time for the food: from the selection of products, most of them sourced from regional, sustainable and biological farming, to the concept of the recipes.” say the founders.

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Mostly though, “Healthy food has to taste good to make you happy”.

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Source: Photos by Ludger Paffrath.

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