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Join us on a delightful journey through the Berlin’s culinary landscape, from iconic currywurst to comforting buletten and doner kebabs, we’ll guide you to the heart of Berlin’s authentic flavors!

Street food

Currywurst

An iconic element of Berlin, it’s essentially a German sausage with curry sauce. You can find it on every street corner in the city, and it’s a very popular food to try while walking around.

Döner Kebab

This Turkish dish has become one of Berlin’s favorites. It consists of thinly sliced lamb or chicken meat served in a pita bread with vegetables and sauce.

Bratwurst

A German classic, this fresh sausage is traditionally made with pork and is known for its mild and slightly smoky flavor. Bratwurst, grilled, served in a bun with mustard is a fantastic combo.

Buletten

A hybrid between a hamburger and a meatball.

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Brezel

Pretzels are a soft, loop-shaped bread that is baked and served warm. They are a very popular snack in Germany and can be found at many street stalls.

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Some typical dishes

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Schnitzel

A breaded and fried meat cutlet, typically made with veal or pork. It’s a popular dish in German cuisine and is often served with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut.

Eisbein

A boiled pork knuckle, typically served with mashed potatoes and sauerkraut. It’s a traditional dish from the Berlin region and is especially popular during the winter months.

Schweinshaxe

A German classic, Schweinshaxe is a roasted pork knuckle that is known for its tender meat and slightly smoky flavor. It’s often enjoyed with bratwurst, grilled bread, and mustard—a fantastic combination.

Königsberger Klopse

 These are delicious meatballs made from a mixture of beef and pork, served in a creamy caper sauce and usually ccompanied by potatoes or mashed potatoes. It’s a popular dish in Berlin and eastern Germany.

Spätzle

Spätzle is a type of small pasta, similar to gnocchi, that is often served as a side dish to other main courses. It’s very common in the cuisine of the Swabia region but also famous in Berlin.

Rindfleisch Suppe

Beef soup is a very common dish in German cuisine. It’s made with beef, vegetables, and spices, and served hot.

Sauerbraten

Sauerbraten is a dish of marinated meat, typically beef, that is slow-cooked with vinegar and spices. It’s served with a rich sauce and vegetables.

Kartoffelsalat

Kartoffelsalat is a potato salad made by mixing cooked potatoes with dressings like mustard and mayonnaise. And if you’re looking for something comforting and warm, Berlin-style potato soup, called “kartoffelsuppe,” is an ideal option.

Traditional Desserts

Apfelstrudel

It is a very popular dessert in Germany. It is made with a thin dough filled with apples and cinnamon, and it is served hot with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

Kaiserschmarrn

The name “Kaiserschmarrn” translates as “emperor’s mess.” The basic recipe includes eggs, flour, milk, sugar, and butter. The batter is beaten until smooth and cooked in a pan with hot butter. As it cooks, it is flipped to brown on both sides. Then, it is broken into large pieces and sprinkled with powdered sugar. It is often served with fruit compote, such as apple or plum.

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Berliner

The Berliner is an absolute classic of the city. It is a kind of donut filled with jam, usually apricot, but other flavors can also be found, and they are additionally dusted with powdered sugar.

Bienenstich

The Bienenstich, or “bee sting” in English, is another popular dessert in Berlin. It is a yeast cake filled with vanilla cream and covered with a layer of caramelized almonds.

Quarkbällchen

Translates to “quark balls” in English. Quark is a type of fresh cheese that is popular in German cuisine. Quark balls are small, round, and typically sweet treats made from a mixture of quark cheese, flour, sugar, eggs, and often flavored with vanilla or lemon zest.

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Some typical beverages

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Beer

Berlin has a thriving craft beer scene with numerous local breweries offering a wide variety of options.

Berliner Luft

A traditional Berlin liqueur with a refreshing and minty flavor, it is a popular choice among locals and tourists alike.

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Berliner Weisse

Beer that is typically served with a fruity syrup, sweetish.

Club-Mate

This is an energy drink that has become very popular in Berlin. It is made from yerba mate and has a distinctive, slightly bitter flavor.

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Glühwein

This is a popular drink during the winter months. It consists of hot mulled red wine spiced with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and other spices. It is traditionally served at Berlin’s Christmas markets.

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