Curry 36, Berlin

Curry 36, Berlin

Feels a bit like you have to come here as a tourist, as over the years this place has introduced many first-timers in Berlin to the currywurst culture (yes, indeed, that includes several international celebrities like Tom Hanks). Still, and most importantly so perhaps, is the reputation Curry 36 enjoys with the local taxi drivers who know a good curry sausage when they see one! These and other night owls visit the place regularly to fortify themselves during long late hours, pausing for a quiet, savoring bite. So, whenever you fancy a decent Berlin-made sausage yourself, just follow their suit!

Service is generally friendly but there's no time to think at the window, so get your order straight in your head while you wait in line (even with big queues, the wait time is not too long). Surprisingly, it is actually possible to enjoy three currywurst versions at this chain: classic, organic (smoother, without casing), or even a completely vegan one. With the general consensus being that they're all equally tasty, there is no excuse for not sharing a version of this Berlin classic.

Tip:
Let them know early if you're not a fan of mayo!

Opening Hours:
Daily: 9am–5am

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Sight Name: Curry 36
Sight Location: Berlin, Germany (See walking tours in Berlin)
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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