Your Berlin Food & Drink Guide: The 9 Must-Go-To Places

Germany, Berlin Guide (B): Your Berlin Food & Drink Guide: The 9 Must-Go-To Places

“Hipster” coffee shops, underground bars, micro breweries, a lil’ bit of Asian Fusion, a lotta’ bit of currywurst…and KEBABS. Lots and lots and lots of kebabs. Oh, and your occasional German restaurant. As anywhere, the food scene in Berlin is super reflective of the culture. And a unique culture, it is: Marked by the decrease of traditional German influence, and the huge increase of eco-lovin’ hippies, underground grunge, and the quickly growing ethnic population, especially from Asia and Turkey. Fun fact: Thanks to the Turkish, Berlin is the birthplace of the internationally adored Doner Kebab. #ReasonsILoveBerlin.

Mind you, when on the hungry search for food, it’s important to think about the neighborhood that you are eating in. The wall might be long gone, but the cultural split between the East Side vs. West Siiiide is still very there. Here’s a broad break down of neighborhood by the eats:

Kreuzberg (Central East): This gentrified super-cool area has been built up within the past 10 years. That being said, there are loads of artsy cafés, ethnic restaurants, vegan spots, and on-the-go places. Here you will find the best kebab and currywurst! (See below for the deets) ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Your Berlin Food & Drink Guide: The 9 Must-Go-To Places
Guide Location: Germany » Berlin
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Wahrhaft Nahrhaft   Café Fleury   Bergmann Currywurst   Mustafa’s Gemüse Kebap   Schwarzwaldstuben   Pfefferbräu   Soup N’ Roll   Mein Haus am See   Crack Bellmer  
Author: Casie Tennin
Read it on author's website: http://awanderingcasiedilla.com/2015/01/29/your-berlin-drink-food-guide-the-9-must-go-to-places

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