Because of it’s multi cultural population the street food culture in Berlin is growing strongly. In this episode of our free travel guide Marc shows you his personal favourites when it comes to producing a stellar original Berlin food baby.
This street food shack has been in Berlin since 1930! It used to serve common sausages (or mashed potatoes during the war) until the 60’s, during which it introduced the first east-Berliner “Curry Wurst”: What’s that you ask? Well, essentially sausage with a sweeter Ketchup and some curry powder. Pretty mundane, but the simplest things in life can be the most enjoyable. Especially when you eat them Berlin-style under the U-bahn tracks.
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Mustafa’s Gemüse Kebab
While you might not expect much from a food truck on the side of the road in Berlin, Mustafa’s Gemüse Kebab is the most famous Turkish street food in the city. Why? A) it is really f**king delicious, B) because it contains grilled veggies, and C) more reasons. Make sure, however, to get the Dürum version, and not the Kebab, because while they taste more or less the same, the Dürum won’t fall apart while you eat it.
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This location is really great! Every Thursday evening this place harbours one of the most amazing street food markets in Berlin; Street Food Thursday. Although pretty crowded, it is totally worth going because not only can you meet a ton of food minded people that have absolutely no interest in talking to you because they are devouring the most delicious thing ever to have found its way into their face, but also because this market offers an enormous variety of different foods and tastes for (and of) every living thing on this planet.
This location is awesome! Every Thursday evening Markthalle Neun plays host to an amazing street food market in Berlin – Street Food Thursday. This place is totally worth going because, although crowded, it offers the opportunity to chow down on a huge variety of food and drink from around the world alongside other eager casual foodies. From South African street food to Italian pastries, Markthalle Neun can satisfy any hunger craving.
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Why do we love Thailand? Food. And yes, we excluded reasons submitted by males over 50. If you thought the place to go for authentic Thai cuisine was Thailand, think again! On sunny weekends in Berlin’s Preussen Park, Thai chefs, families, and friends gather for Thai Park, an open air food market. Here you can munch through the incredible tastes and textures (hint, insects) that are prepared right before your eyes. The event lasts into the evening, so you can enjoy lunch or/AND dinner here.
To find out more about Thai Park click here.