Right under a train station, you will find one of the oldest curry wurst stands in the city. It is in a hip part of town and they'll have your sausage dipped in curry ketchup to you in a hurry. A very good cheap eat if you're in the area.Popular withLocalHistoryBudget
Some German co-workers took me here when I was visiting on work a few years ago - and it was awesome. They are known for their schnitzel - which I kid you not is so big it spills over the edges of the plate. Apparently this is where German celebrities go to eat schnitzel, and I understand why. It's also ...Popular withLuxuryFoodiesBusiness
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This maritime-themed chain counts more than 300 casual restaurant-markets across Germany, outfitted with fish counters that serve ready-made seafood meals and buffets. Nordsee touts its sustainably sourced seafood and relatively healthy meals. What to Order: Crispy baked Alaska pollack with potato salad and tartar sauce.Popular withBudget
Main Tower is a 56-storey, 200 m (656 ft) skyscraper in the Innenstadt district of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It is named after the nearby Main river. It is the 4th tallest building in Frankfurt. There is a restaurant/bar on the very top of the building of which you can see the entire city not to mention miles and miles ...Popular withAdventureLocalDesign
The world's largest 'dark' restaurant, at Unsicht-Bar you're served excellent continental cuisine in pitch darkness by blind waiters, using only the sense of touch to navigate. It is, without question, an experience quite unlike any you've ever had, and if it's a little bit pricey (3 courses start at 40 Euro), it's also quite unique.Popular withFoodies
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What started life as a delicatessen in Munich's Schwabing quarter in the 1930s is today a thriving speciality food store, restaurant and event catering business. If you've ever been into the Käfer tent during Oktoberfest, then you're likely mixing with the city's smarter set. The company also pops up where you might least expect it: one of the main catering ...
This restaurant, located not far from the castle, is a great place for a filling yet not expensive. Extensively frequented by tourists, the service staff is quite fluent in English - the second most common language in Germany. The menu is large and will satisfy all palates including vegan, local dishes (Nuremberg bratwurst) Frankish and Bavarian. Portions are generous and ...
Conveniently situated in central Kreutzberg, the spacious Morena triples as a bar, cafe (with fast and free wi-fi) and restaurant that serves a plethora of "breakfast" items until 5 pm and delicious lunch and dinner choices such as the Halloumi Cheese Burger with Mango sauce. It's the perfect place to plant a laptop or meet with friends.Popular withFoodiesBusinessTrendsters
My favorite spot in Berlin!! Restaurant right at the river Spree with a nice "Biergarten" and famous German Tapas: You don´t know what that is?? Well imagine little portions of baked potatoes with curd cheese, "Bulette"(litte meat balls) with mustard; "Currywurst" (The Must Have!!) and a whole lot more. Furthermore they serve all sorts of very nice "Schnitzel". Made of ...Popular withTrendstersFoodiesFamilies