One of the most attractive cities in Europe, Berlin, has always been an industrial, black-clad drinking town rather than a culinary capital, but times are changing and cuisine is increasing in terms of selection and quality. With wonderful local innovation appearance immigrant groups from all over the world, the popularity of Street food, and some updates of Classic German food, You will be spoiled for choice.
Here are 13 German foods and drinks you must try in Berlin!
This hugely popular dessert originated in nearby Austria. In fact, it means ‘apple vortex’ in Middle High German.
One thin pastry the jacket is stuffed with sour apple, cinnamon, sugar, raisins and breadcrumbs. It only really comes together, albeit with a vanilla ice cream doll. um!
Invented in 1949 by food kiosk owner Herta Heuwer, who created a sauce using traditional ketchup and curry powder given to her by British soldiers.
This boiled and fried sausage This dish impressed the construction workers who rebuilt the city after the war and remains one of the most popular meals in Berlin today.
pickled pork leg (pork knuckle) is boiled or grilled and served with boiled potatoes, sauerkraut and mustard. Now we are learning German!
Legend has it that the biscuit was invented by a monk in Italy who folded the dough into the shape of a child with his arms folded in prayer. Whatever the history, this salty bread is a favorite cushion for any German.
OK, so Berliners actually call this holeless donut, full of marmalade ‘pfannkuchen’ (meaning ‘pancakes’ everywhere else in the country), but today the options are virtually limitless.
You can find light, modern vegan versions of this classic at Brammibal’s Donuts. Homer Simpson’s Dream!
Talking about German food… Pound out a delicious veal very thin, roll in flour, dip in eggs, roll in breadcrumbs. Served with a slice of lemon and potato, no substitutes accepted.
Grab some at Ampelmann restaurant for a great outdoor seating area with views that can’t be beat against the city and river.
This Crispy french fries It’s a great snack when walking around any of Berlin’s open-air markets. Sweet treats are served with apple sauce or plum jam. On the other hand, savory options include liver sausage or smoked salmon and sour cream.
Berliner Weisse mit Schuss
This very traditional drink is made with sour, cloudy wheat beer and a fool (shot) of red raspberry or waldmeister green syrup Berlin’s ideal summer drink. Weather permitting, grab one and sit longer at ropeBerlin’s first ‘beach bar’
There really isn’t a good way to translate this… German mustard eggs? Mustard Eggs? This traditional German side is usually enjoyed around Easter time and used poached egg with hollandaise mustard served with potatoes.
With an estimated 200,000 Turks in Berlin, it’s no surprise that you can afford some of the best doner kebabs known to man. No problem if you want chicken meat, sheep, or even a vegetarian Full-flavoured optional version, good value is geared towards Mustafa’s Gemeuse Kebab.
Much thinner, almost American version of pancakes is another treatment can go either salty or sweet. It is often eaten as a dessert, snack or snack.
This is a Prussian specialty made with ground veal, beef or pork, a little anchovies, creamy white wine and lemon gravy. Königsberger Klopse is a hearty winter food That will fill you up fast.
Any beer in Biergarten
Most people have their own idea of what they want in a beer, so there’s no reason for you to have endless options in Berlin. Tell the waiter what you like and let him pour you a dream!
Just make sure if the weather is cooperating to go to a beer garden. 600 seats are extremely popular Prater Garden, The oldest and most beautiful of the city, is a great idea.