Even by Berlin standards, this café Tiki Heart is unique. A south sea island in the northern hemisphere, the sun shines 365 days of the year in this overwhelmingly kitsch café. Hawaiian garlands and straw skirts are optional, although sunglasses could be required after a particularly indulgent night. Totem poles, Aztec carvings and the odd Elvis photograph hang from walls daubed in the sun-splashed colours of the South Pacific. Customers can either pull up a stool at the beach hut cocktail bar or relax back into a wicker peacock throne at a table. Tiki Heart was opened by the owners of rock venue ‘Wild At Heart’ next door and is often used as a pre-gig hang out for touring bands. The menu is an eclectic fusion of Mexican, German and American cooking (the ‘Biker’s Breakfast’ being a favourite with regulars). For those who can’t bear to leave the experience behind, a downstairs shop is stuffed full of 1950s memorabilia.