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Where We Ate: Berlin

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Near our hotel (SANA Berlin Residence)

City Imbiss
Tthis was my favorite of the all the doner kebab places we tried on our trip, and we actually went here twice. Once I had the original meat doner,
and the second time I had the vegetarian version. Both were good, though I liked the original better. DH and DD1 were fans of the doner box: doner kebab meat topped with sauce and served over fries.

Like many other doner kebab places, they had some non-doner dishes like currywurst and grilled chicken. They have seating indoors and outdoors.

In general, I was pleasantly surprised at how many vegetarian and vegan options we saw throughout our trip, especially in Berlin. Even the seemingly meat-centric doner and currywurst places that vegan doner and sausages.

Cafe and More Europa
This small café is across the street from our hotel, so it was a handy place for a limited selection of pastries and drinks. They have a few dishes that looked to be Eastern European that I think they would heat in the microwave (I don’t think there was a full kitchen in the back), but we never tried them. There are a few tables outside as well as inside.

Sale e Pepe
There were 2 Italian places down the street from the hotel with pizza and pastas. Both were good and had seating indoors and outdoors. This one is a little closer to the hotel. It also has a kid menu.

Website: http://ristorante-salepepe.de/?lang=en

This was the other Italian place in the neighborhood. Most of us had individual pizzas again, so the lack of a kid menu was not a problem.

Website: https://vapori-bistro.de

Away from our hotel

Paulaner Potsdamer Platz
This is a Beer Garden on Potsdamer Platz serving Paulaner beer and Bavarian specialties. They have indoor and outdoor seating. They also have a kid menu. Everyone enjoyed their food. DD1 had weisswurst served in a pot with a pretzel (and put a filter on her pic!),

DD2 and I had Nuremberg-style small sausages,

and DH had meatballs.

Of course, DH and I tried the beer. We had radlers, a half-beer, half-lemonade mix.


Website: https://www.paulaner-wirtshaus-berlinpotsdamerplatz.de/en/

Curry 36
This local chain is known as being one of the original/best for currywurst, a sausage topped with curry ketchup. We went to the stand at the Zoo Station, which you see right after you get up to street level. Note that the seating is quite limited: There are a couple of tables to stand around. The currywurst and fries were delicious.


Posted by amikulski 00:21 Archived in Germany Tagged children food berlin families

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