Berlin is a very international city, and there is a fusion of food from nearly every country. Almost every corner has an Imbiss or a Döner stand, and there are at least four Italian restaurants in every kiez. What about traditional German food?

Here’s a look at where to find the best wurst, flammkuchen and schnitzel in Berlin.

There are heaps of wonderful German restaurants in Berlin, from expensive gourmet experiences to cozy neighborhood joints.

If you want the big, Bavarian Bierhalle experience, then the Hofbräuhaus Lindenbräu at Sony Center in Berlin Tiergarten is a fun way to spend the afternoon. There are plenty of traditional

German dishes such as pork knuckle and sausage, and of course plenty of beer!


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Potsdamer Platz 2, 10785 Berlin

Fon: 0049 30 2575 1280

Fräulein Fionais a highly recommended restaurant in Charlottenburg with a friendly, cozy atmosphere and fantastic food.


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Fritschestraße 48, Ecke Kantstraße 70, 10627 Berlin

Fon: 0049 30 9560 2272

dasWinsis a gourmet restaurant in posh Prenzlauer Berg, with a handpicked wine and beer list to compliment its local and European cuisine.


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Winsstraße 53, 10405 Berlin

Fon: 0049 30 3116 5572

Mutti’s in Kreuzberg offers “home-cooking deluxe,” traditional food in a cafe-style setting.


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Großbeerenstraße 36, 10965 Berlin

Fon: 0049 30 7439 8945

Das Speisehausin Friedrichshain is a reasonably priced, pub-style restaurant focusing on the cuisine of Berlin and its surrounding regions. It even offers a Sunday roast!


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Wühlischstrasse 30, 10245 Berlin

Fon: 0049 30 6796 8602

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