Local Tips - Secret Food Tours Berlin


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  • Contemporary Cuisine - Oh! Panama Berlin, a vintage German children's book come to life. The space and food have an exotic feel, but most ingredients and materials are from Germany. Potsdamer Straße 91
  • Craft Beer Garden - BRLO Craft Beer is a casual indoor/outdoor beer garden built out of 38 shipping containers. Yummy snacks and locally brewed craft beer. Schöneberger Str. 16
  • Vegan Fine Dining - Enjoy Michelin Star dining at Lucky Leek. Delight your taste buds with exceptional, creative and modern vegan cuisine. 3-5 course tasting menu with wine pairing. Kollwitzstraße 54
  • Traditional German Food - Locals craving Bavarian classic dishes head to Zur Haxe. Family owned and operated, remember to bring cash, cards not accepted. Erich-Weinert Straße 128
  • Craft Cocktails - A small and charming local craft cocktail bar, John Muir creates drinks made with fresh ingredients. Skalitzer Str. 51
  • Japanese Ramen Noodles - Cocolo, is the best ramen in Berlin! Start with an incredible appetizer and let the broth fill the gaps. Paul-Lincke-Ufer 39-40


  • Potsdam - Take the S-Bahn train to Potsdam, a magical, old little town just outside of Berlin. Explore the marvelous palaces and gardens. Be sure to buy a ticket for the C region and consider renting a bike for the day.
  • Teufelsberg - An abandoned Cold War spy station repurposed into Europe's largest outdoor art gallery. The international artist contributions make this a must-stop for art lovers. Wear comfortable footwear, as you will be doing a lot of walking.
  • For A Taste Of Turkish Culture - Visit the Turkish Market on Tuesdays and Fridays from 11-6:30 p.m. Stalls line the bank and street of the Maybachufer canal. Enjoy Turkish foods, fresh produce, art, clothes, and local handmade jewelry.
  • Mauerpark Sundays - Check out Mauerpark Sundays for the largest flea market in Berlin. Rain or shine, locals browse the furniture, crafts, jewelry, art, food, karaoke, and more!
  • Markthalle Neun Street Food Thursdays - The International Street Food Market is located in a beautiful and vibrant food hall. Come early to enjoy the international selections of food and drinks, opens at 5 p.m.