Located in Berlin’s southern Kreuzberg district, Little Otik restaurant has been turning heads with its fresh, seasonally-driven cuisine. Opened in August 2010 by Jeffrey Sfire and his partner, Kevin Avery, the menu changes on a daily basis, and this element of surprise is one of the restaurant's most appealing attributes. American fare with an international twist is the order of the day, where Mr. Avery cooks and Mr. Sfire handles the hosting, serving and mixing of drinks. The roast leg of lamb served with mashed potatoes with their skins is a house specialty when available, and the oysters with wild mushrooms are also a highlight of the menu. Vegetarian dishes are also available when you need a fix of vegetables, which can be a rarity in the meat-loving Germany. An inventive selection of desserts are also available and change on a daily basis, such as parsnip cake with caramel sauce, and apple and almond crumb pie. Modeled after a New England farmhouse, Little Otik’s understated, rustic interiors feature wooden floors and plain walls decorated with simple art works. Wooden tables and chairs add to the establishment's warm and inviting ambiance.