Just like any good cosmopolitan and multicultural city, Berlin has an endless number of restaurants, of all gastronomic styles, although they do of course offer menus full of typical German food. Despite what you may think, German food is not limited to typical German dishes such as the currywurst or frankfurts, but German cuisine is based upon multiple ingredients that lend the food unique and very special flavours. If you are going to Berlin, don’t miss out on the opportunity to try the most typical German dishes in the following recommended restaurants:
The Marjellchen situated on 9, Mommensenstrasse is a typical German restaurant, decorated in a typical German way, and that serves typical German food. The service is excellent, and the staff very happy to answer any questions diners may have with regards to the composition of the menu with Prussian origins and the excellently prepared food that you are guaranteed to enjoy in this restaurant. The menu comprises a large variety of mainly meat dishes ranging from duck, pork, veal, and lamb, accompanied by all different kinds of sauces and vegetables such as sauerkraut (German cabbage dish), onion, apples, potato, and cheese. If you would like to try some typical German food then the Marjellchen in Berlin is the perfect restaurant for you.
To try some typical Berlin food, the Prater Restaurant situated on Prenzlauer Berg is the perfect alternative. Diners can enjoy a menu that offers typical dishes such as Königsberger Klopse (type of meatballs with caper sauce), Wiener Schnitzel (veal coated in breadcrumbs), in addition to an abundance of other egg and meat based dishes. In addition, when they are in season, they will be preparing tasty dishes with white asparagus, chantarelle (edible fungus), and roasted goose…….finger licking good! Furthermore, during the summer months, diners will also be able to enjoy the numerous German beers from their fantastic menu on offer in their Biergarten (Beergarden). Could it be more German, impossible!
Another restaurant situated on Prenzlauer Berg and located on 10, Ammanligsweb to be more precise where they offer a wide range of typical German food at reasonable prices, is the Zum Schlusterjungen. Thus, the menu comprises dishes ranging from the well known Wiener Schnitzel and Sauerbraten (a kind of veal served with sauce… and very, very tasty), the Rindergoulasch (beef goulash), to the less well-known such as the Lammkeule (leg of lamb specially roasted in the German way), and Eisbein, amongst many other meat and potato based dishes. If you add the typical German beer and even the German wine to these tasty dishes, then the menu can not get any more German. Truly a friendly restaurant, with typical wooden tables, and attentive staff.
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Claudia – Marketing Team