Berlin: in the Zeitgeist
Eight times the size of Paris and as sprawling as New York, Berlin is THE capital of museums, the latest trends and gastronomy.
With Turkish, Indian, Polish and even Czech influences, Berlin is a melting pot of flavours. Local dishes are available at affordable prices, with typical signature dishes including cabbage (Sauerkraut) served with mushy peas, smoked pork fillet (kasseler), roast liver and apple, lamb (Lammbrust) with radish, and mashed potatoes (Stampfkartoffeln).
But there’s more to Germany than just « currywurst », the local fast food curried sausage served with chips or bread invented in 1949! Berlin is essentially the German city with the highest number of award-winning restaurants. In recent years, the capital has transformed into a Mecca for a long line of innovative and ambitious chefs, preparing the ground for award-winning gastronomy to take root and flourish. In 2012, the city boasted a total of 16 Michelin stars. Treat yourself!
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