mogg - the deli, catering & streetfood is housed in an old red brick former jewish girls school on berlin’s august strasse, designed by alexander beers in 1927. The modernist stark exterior of the school come hospital is belied almost by the colourful art deco tiling in the communal areas. The buildings appearance, combined with its long history makes this a cultural must see in itself.
mogg was added to this eclectic mix in 2012 and quickly established itself as an institute on the berlin culinary scene. the menu is speckled with home comfort staples such as matza ball soup and new york cheesecake (locally known as the best in town), which sits comfortable aside seasonal salads and of course, the home cured and smoked pastrami- for which the deli is famous.