One of the best French-themed cafés in Berlin is recognizable by its immaculate white and blue frontage and simple, inviting wooden chairs and benches that sit outside on leafy Lettestraße. Inside is a cute little space with a tiled floor, quaint wooden furnishings and an assortment of wonderful French deli goods crammed into every nook and cranny. The emphasis is on bio products and the food is made fresh, and tastes accordingly fantastic. Daily specials, mostly terrines, meatballs, quiches, salads and filled baguettes, are chalked up on blackboards. When the outside tables are full, the front sections of the café are opened to allow some of the outside in. This being Prenzlauer Berg, Duckwitz is especially popular with young, trendy families, but everyone from hungover hipsters to business folk comes here for the great food and Mediterranean ambience.