Kochhaus

Kochhaus is unlike any grocery store you’ve ever seen. The products are not arranged in product groups, but are placed instead on 18 separate tables that correspond to a recipe. Customers choose the recipe they want to try at home and can purchase the exact measurements to cook for a certain amount of people. A must-visit shop for any cooking and good food lovers!

Kochhaus

  • Bergmannstraße 94, 10961, Berlin, Germany

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