Eating out in Berlin; My Foodie Experience

Germany, Berlin Guide (B): Eating out in Berlin; My Foodie Experience

As you know from my last post, Berlin wasn’t completely my cup of tea. But the variety and quality of food in the city really is as a good as they all say, especially if you know where to go. 

There is everything available for a top foodie experience, from high-end restaurants to a bountiful of cheap Asian bites and if you can quiz a local than even better. We didn’t head to the best of the lists but if you are looking for some honest recommendations, then read on. 

Note – don’t go to Berlin to eat national cuisine, German food is not what makes the city so delicious. If you want to get all ‘authentic’ then a beer and a sausage is a good combo but Currywurst? Ew, no.

On our first night we headed to Nola’s am Weinburg, a Swiss style chalet in the middle of a park serving dreamy rich cheese fondue. There isn’t much on the menu apart from cheese but if like me you could get your cheese on all day everyday, then come on down to Nola’s. 

The venue is darling and the paired wine is divine. Make sure to order a side salad (with the most delicious of dressings) and potatoes to mix it up). ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Eating out in Berlin; My Foodie Experience
Guide Location: Germany » Berlin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Nola’s am Weinburg   Ha An Sushi   Wilson’s   Anna Blume Cafe   Hotel Adlon   Burgermeister  
Author: Eppie Shepherd
Read it on author's website: http://eppie.me.uk/travel/eating-out-in-berlin/

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