Berlin Food Guide
After moving to Amsterdam I really started to appreciate the food in Berlin since eating out in Amsterdam is pretty expensive. Or maybe it’s better to say that food in Berlin is extremely cheap compared to other cities and countries. Whenever I’m in Amsterdam I’m already making a list about things I want to eat the next time when I’m planning to go to Berlin. I really don’t care about parties and clubs in Berlin at all but I’m absolutely more about the food here. So here is my list of selected things you should eat! Some of the food pics are made with my phone. I hope you don’t mind the bad quality of my foodporn but I can’t bother my eating buddies to wait for me until I took the perfect shot with my DSLR.
You might have heard about the famous Mustafa’s Gemüsekebap on Mehringdamm where more than half an hour wait is normal. I don’t understand how you can spend so much time in Berlin with waiting for a f*ckin kebap since Berlin is the metropolis of kebaps. Anyway, there are lot’s of other Gemüsekebap shops in Berlin now. A Gemüsekebap is different to a normal one: Usually you get chicken instead of lamb and besides lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes and onions you get grilled vegetables like potatoes, eggplant, courgette and carrots topped off with some cheese. After eating this Kebap I never want to eat any normal kebap again! The composition of the grilled veggies, sauces (they also have hummus), the cheese, and the flavor of the meat is absolutely fantastic. Seriously, this is the most premium fast food you can get. Here you don’t have any long waiting line and the prices are reasonable as well (3,50€ per kebap, dürüm is 4,50€). Go to Warschauerstraße and get some beers at the Kaisers supermarket (which is open 24/7 btw). Then walk 100 meters further and there is this place of heaven.