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Family-owned delicatessen manufactory

From 6 to over 100 products in 20 years, everything handmade and 100% taste-driven. The Kebe is the not-so-secret insider tip among the delicatessen shops in Berlin.

The most beautiful manufactory café in Berlin.

The history of the delicatessen Kebe began 20 years ago with stalls at Berlin markets. Today, it's hard to imagine Lichterfelde without the shop. And not only from there: all of Berlin enjoys the homemade delicacies made by Miriam Eva Kebe, her family and her team, which has grown to a stately size in the meantime.
Three things will immediately strike you when you shop at Kebe: Firstly, the lovingly homemade products are the focus here. Secondly, instead of fashion trends and hip novelties, it's all about taste. And thirdly, you can hardly imagine a nicer place for a relaxed coffee than the cosily furnished Manufactory Café.

Culinary excursions to the outskirts of Berlin

More than enough arguments, then, for a trip to Lichterfelde. And you haven't even tried the homemade delicacies yet. From chutney and tapenade to vinegars and oils, jams, salt and alcoholic beverages, the range of products on offer is extensive. If that sounds convincing, you should waste no time and take the next S-Bahn to the outskirts of the city. Incidentally, it's a good idea to come here more than once. Because even with such delicious things, you certainly won't manage to try everything at once.