Berlin Part I - A Delicious Diary

Germany, Berlin Guide (B): Berlin Part I - A Delicious Diary

My first visit in Berlin last year was so short and rushed, that I couldn’t really enjoy what the city had to offer. With my bf as my company it was pretty obvious that food is going to play an important role this time. So what we did most of the time was eating – and Germany’s capital as a melting pot of different cultures – has a lot of excellent ethnic food to a very decent price. Also Berlin has become the hub for hipster coffee culture with chic coffee shops everywhere. Join me to my culinary photo journey!

Our first coffee/tea stop after we arrived in Berlin in the morning. Time to relax after the journey while waiting for our room to be ready… – https://www.facebook.com/kaschk?ref=hl

We arrived on a Sunday which meant flea market time! Berlin’s popular flea market near Mauerpark isn’t only a paradise for second hand clothes, furniture and all kinds of falderal but also there are plenty of food trucks. Resisting the tempting smell of sausages we went for vegetarian pajeon (Korean pancakes). – http://www.flohmarktimmauerpark.de ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Berlin Part I - A Delicious Diary
Guide Location: Germany » Berlin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Preußen Park   Café Cinema   Mauerpark Flea Market   Kaschk   The Barn   Shiso Burger   Cocolo Ramen   District Môt   Mein Haus am See  
Author: Julia Joestl
Read it on author's website: https://www.sweetescapes.net/2015/10/19/berlin-part-i-a-delicious-diary/

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