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Berlin Street Food Tour: Enjoy a Culinary Journey in Kreuzberg

Food & Drink
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On this tour we are going to explore a series of delicious tastings of the most typical street food dishes in Berlin. From the famous Curry Wurst, which is closely linked to the history of the Cold War, to the Berliner Pfannkuchen, a bun filled with jam, which can be found in almost every bakery in the city, to the Kebap, whose bread form was invented in Berlin, and the delicious Baklava, an exquisite Turkish sweet.


Come with me and let's taste Berlin together!

12:00 PM

Meeting Point

Mehringdamm in front of U-Bahn Station

12:10 PM

Currywurst in Curry 36

There are so many reasons why this sausage is so popular in Berlin! Its taste and production are directly linked to division and the Cold War. It's also a symbol of a delicious fusion of flavours created out of necessity. This is so often the case with new gastronomic inventions! Take a German sausage, an American tomato sauce and a powder of Indian origin and you have the most consumed street food not only in the German capital, but in the whole country! It's a whopping 800 million a year!

12:20 PM

Berliner Luft "Berlin air"

Well, we have our Currywurst, if you want, we can have it right here or we can sit at the Vogt's Bier Express where you are allowed to eat the curry dishes while we have a shot. What do you think? A "Berliner Luft" or something more classic? It'll be good for digestion and the palate.

12:40 PM

The Bergmannstraße

After this start, we'll be passing through Mehringdamm and Bergmannstraße, which is also known as Bergmann's Street. This vibrant, artistic area is teeming with shops and restaurants that will make you feel like you're on holiday! You can kick back on a terrace or meander around, taking in the exclusive shops and the beautiful, historic facades from the end of the 19th century.

01:00 PM

Boulette and Leberkäse in the Marheineke

We arrive at the Marheineke covered market, a local and international food paradise with a history dating back to the last decade of the 19th century, when many such markets had to be built to supply a city whose population was growing rapidly in the industrial era. We will stroll through the extensive and exclusive offer and sit down for a Boulette. We can combine it with a Leberkäse, another great star of Austro-German food, which is usually eaten with a little sweet mustard.

01:20 PM

A Berliner in the Marheinekeplatz (Square)

Let's sit on the picturesque Marheineke square and enjoy a delicious Berliner in front of the market and the beautiful Passion Church.

01:40 PM

Kartoffelpuffer (Potato Pancake) in Hermannplatz

We will took the train and after 2 stops we arrived at Hermannplatz to reach this real hidden treasure.


I have lived in Berlin for 24 years and only discovered this bistro hidden in one of the busiest squares in the area six years ago. They have specialised in Kartofelpuffer for over 35 years, but the good stuff, like grandma would make, and they cater to hungry workers, locals and curious visitors like us.

02:00 PM

Kebap and Falafel

Well, yes, Berlin invented the kebap, at least the version in bread that has made it so famous in the German metropolis. Its vegan version, the falafel, is no less tasty and we are going to try it too, of course.

02:20 PM

Baklava tasting in Kreuzberg

In a centrally located café we will taste this ancient sweet made with pistachios and honey while I tell you why this neighbourhood is called "Little Istanbul".

Walk in Kreuzköln til the Canal

With the sweet taste of the delicious Baklava on our palate, we head for the Canal via the lively Kotbusser Damm. We are right between two neighbourhoods, Kreuzberg and Neukölln, which is why some clever Berliners call this area Kreuzkölln.

02:40 PM

The Admiralbrücke with a beer (Or a non-alcoholic drink)

We'll finish off at one of the most popular bridges in Berlin, the Admiral Bridge. It used to connect the tram line, but now it's a lovely spot for locals to enjoy a drink and a chat while they look out over the beautiful canal.

Ending Point

Kotbusser Tor

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What‘s not included

- Your train fare: A standard 2 hour ticket (€3.50) is sufficient for this tour, but don't buy it in advance - we'll buy it when we get to the station.

If you plan to use public transport for the rest of the day, you can also buy a 24-hour ticket (€9.90)


- Your food purchases

Tour Important Information

Between two stops public transport would be necessary, if you already have a day ticket then its enough, if not you will need to buy one, I will help you.

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I guide also on the weekends. Due to the long distances in Berlin, it will be necessary to use public transportation.

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$88/ per person