NENI - these are the initials of the first names of Nuriel, Elior, Nadiv and Ilan Molcho. Since 2009, the brothers and their mother Haya have been running the famous NENI restaurants, bringing a mix of Mediterranean and oriental food culture to the European metropolises. What started out as a restaurant at Vienna's Naschmarkt has quickly achieved cult status in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Inspired by Persian, Arabic, French and Russian influences, every restaurant sees itself as a place of encounter and relaxed get-togethers. The focus here is on sharing food and, of course, celebrating shared moments of pleasure. Served in balagan style - which means sympathetic chaos - everyone can try everything. Almost as if you were a guest at the Molchos' home. This love and passion for good food combined with shared experiences and a familiar atmosphere are the hallmarks of NENI.
We met the brothers in Vienna to find out exactly how they use their unu Scooter in their everyday life and which Viennese spots they prefer to go to on their scooter.
Liz Bernatzek is a Berlin-based freelance photographer and producer. Fascinated by the different atmospheres of metropolises, she likes to capture these with her photography and easily dives into the varied scenes of a city. We met Liz for an interview to find out how the unu Scooter enables her and which places in Berlin she especially likes.