With dishes like bulgogi (marinated beef with rice and lettuce), mandu (dumplings filled with vegetables) and classic kimchi favorites, Mmaah lives up to its name. A recent trend in Berlin, Korean barbeque is becoming more and more popular, and the German-Korean Lechle brothers have capitalized on their own street-food version using high-quality ingredients. Whole fruit tea made of yuza is served alongside the dishes. Yuza is a citrus fruit that is traditionally fermented in Korea and then served with either hot or cold water. Aside from this location, there are two more in town: one on Nollendorfplatz and one on Columbiadamm.