Not many cities in the world tickle your taste buds the way Berlin does. The bar and restaurant scene in the city is exciting. Berlin offers a plethora of options and is certainly a gourmet’s delight. In fact no other German city has this appeal, when it comes to satisfying one’s palate.
Not many cities in the world tickle your taste buds the way Berlin does. The bar and restaurant scene in the city is exciting. And hotels in Berlin offer comfortable accommodation. Berlin offers a plethora of options and is certainly a gourmet’s delight. In fact no other German city has this appeal, when it comes to satisfying one’s palate. Everything from pheasant breast garnished with truffles to the must-have-at-least- once Curry Wurst you will find in Berlin. The city has a host of entertainment options, which include bars, pubs, cafés, wine bars, lounges, clubs and, for late-night munchies, an Imbiss – a kiosk selling drinks and light snacks. Restaurants in Berlin serve a host of cuisine, which include Continental, Thai, Chinese, Greek, Indian, Turkish and of course German. In fact there are exclusive Indian, Greek, Japanese, Thai, modern European, and Turkish restaurants in the city, which not only whip up fine delicacies but also provides contemporary décor and ambiance. There are a number of restaurants that specialize in local dishes and serve fairly generous portions of heavy but tasty food. The city has many restaurants that maintain high European standards of international cuisine. These restaurants, though a bit costly, offer very good value for money. Popular restaurants in the city are clustered around Savignyplatz. However, the largest concentration of restaurants is in Mitte, or in former East Berlin, around Oranienburgerstrasse. Prenzlauerberg, near Helmholzplatz, and Friedrichshain along Simon-Dach-Strasse are the well known eating and drinking spots popular among today’s generation. The city is well known for its delicious and filling breakfasts. Most cafés serve a plate of cold meats and cheeses. Smoked salmon with horseradish is a favorite and highly recommended. During weekends, brunch has become quite an institution. Brunch normally includes bread, cheeses, hams, eggs, preserves, cereal and cold potato or pasta salad. Lunch is normally a simple affair in the city. Most restaurants have a fixed menu which is usually economical and doesn’t scrimp on the tastiness of the evening meal.