Which food and drinks you should taste in Berlin
In Berlin, as a big city, you can find every type of food and cuisine you can think of. But what is typical for Berlin?
Currywurst – sausage with sauce. This dish is said to have been invented in 1949 and it even has its own museum in Berlin. The type of sausage and sauce can vary, you can choose from very hot to sweet depending on your taste.
Berliner Weisse – a local type of beer flavored with herb or raspberry syrup. It is too sweet for the classic beer lover, but the locals praise it.
Furthermore, Döner Kebab is widespread in Berlin thanks to the large Turkish minority. They will prepare a kebab for you from chicken, pork or lamb.
Schnitzel (veal cutlet fried in butter), potato salad, beef goulash or coated sandwiches are widely eaten here.
Vegetarian and vegan cuisine has also expanded in Berlin in recent years, so you'll find many restaurants offering healthy dishes made with fresh ingredients, such as salads, hummus and falafel.
You can try typical dishes and local beers, for example, in the restaurant with a large beer garden Prater Garten (Prenzlauer Berg, Kastanienallee 7-9).
Mustafa's Gemüse Kebap (Neue Promenade 7) - this kebab stand offers not only traditional kebabs with meat, but also vegan and vegetarian versions.