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Avi from Toronto asked

What are the best places to eat in Berlin?

Where can I find local German food that most tourists don't know about? What are your favorite German foods?


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Valerie from Seattle

Ah, sweet Berlin! I wish I had eaten out more here, but I have a few suggestions...

Breakfast/Brunch: st. Gaudy cafe... looks like it MIGHT be closed? It was great, just down the street from where I was staying in Schönhauser Allee, and they made delicious egg fry-ups fast and tasty. Also, plenty of coffee. A good striking out point for Mauerpark and exploring what's left of the Berlin Wall near there.

Lunch: If you're in the heart of Berlin, it's not a bad choice to go for something like Fraticelli Restaurant Italian Grill near Alexanderplatz. It's pretty 'standard' German food--nothing too fancy, but they have all the basic krauts and wursts.

Dinner: I loved Das Meisterstück in Mitte. It was tucked away off the main streets in a much quieter neighborhood and was such a beautiful, interesting restaurant. They had a delicious potato soup, and I loved the many different sausages they had on the menu, including a vegetarian one that my veggie friend really enjoyed!

Snacks/Late Night: I don't know if they're open late night, but the best food from street vendors is currywurst, and the best currywurst in the world arguably comes from Konnopke's Imbiss. I ate so much currywurst in Berlin, I consider myself a novice enthusiast, and theirs is absolutely my favorite. Must do. Must must must!

Hope this helps! Have a great trip!!

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  1. st. Gaudy cafe (restaurant)
  2. Schönhauser Allee (attraction)
  3. Mauerpark (attraction)
  4. Fraticelli Restaurant Italian Grill (restaurant)
  5. Alexanderplatz (attraction)
  6. Das Meisterstück (restaurant)
  7. Mitte (attraction)
  8. Konnopke's Imbiss (restaurant)
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Kevin from Los Angeles

One of my favorite one is the Restaurant und Bar Keyser soze (here is the link:, you won't regret it! Local food + local beers of course ;)

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