Food Tour Berlin
Food Tour Berlin takes place in Berlin, the vibrant capital of Germany. It is a city with a thriving culinary scene. Berlin is known for its diverse mix of cultures and offers a wide range of international cuisines, as well as traditional German dishes. In Food Tour Berlin some of our tours include local specialties like currywurst, a popular street food consisting of grilled sausage covered in a spicy curry sauce, and schnitzel, a thin cut of breaded and fried pork.
Berlin is also famous for its street food culture, with bustling markets and food stalls offering a variety of international and fusion cuisine, as well as vegan and vegetarian options. Whether savoring traditional German dishes or exploring new flavors, visitors to Berlin are sure to enjoy the city’s rich culinary heritage and diverse dining options.
Why a food tour in Berlin?
The food of Berlin is unique, as well as each tour. In each activity, food, learning and good vibes are guaranteed.
Berlin is a great mix of cultures and that is reflected in its food. During the tour you will learn what influences this city has.
Meeting new people is always nice and it is much better if you are sharing or cooking delicious German food.
Food tours in Berlin
Berlin food tour
Price: 76 USD
Discover 5 different local insider food spots and enjoy an unforgettable experience by eating from different restaurants.
Private food tour in Berlin
Price: 127 USD
Explore Berlin from a culinary perspective on this private food tour with 10 tastings.
Culinary tour in Berlin
Price: 147 USD
Taste your way around the Berlin streets with a tour that showcases the capital’s classic treats.
Berlin evening food tour
Price: 152 USD
Visit bars, restaurants, and food stalls in Berlin’s vibrant Kreuzberg neighborhood.
Beer tour in Berlin
Price: 76 USD
Explore Berlin’s craft beer scene on this guided tour. Sample several craft beers throughout the tour at a local brewery and craft beer bars.
Food walking tour Berlin
Price: 158 USD
Sample a slice of Berlin’s vibrant Kreuzberg and Neukölln districts during this private food tour.
Food Tour in Berlin by bike
Price: 97 USD
Experience the dynamic cultural and culinary landscape of Berlin on this 4.5-hour evening bike and food tour.
Typical food of Berlin
Berlin, the current capital of Germany. In addition to the incredible history that this city has, it is also known for its gastronomy. The most typical of all German food can be found here. If you talk about German food, you can not miss the delicious sausages that are found as street food, but they can also be served in good restaurants. Another of the most widespread German foods around the world is the schnitzel, also called “Milanese” in other countries. The schnitzel is a large piece of breaded beef or pork, served with French fries and a half of lemon.
In the last decade, restaurants from all over the world have opened in Berlin, this is something that makes Berlin a multicultural city, tolerant and quite open to new cultures.
10 of the best dishes of Berlin
Grilled meat or vegetable sausage
Sausage with curry ketchup accompanied by french fries
Breaded beef or pork meat and French fries
Bread in the shape of a bow and grains of salt
Pasta filled with meat or vegetables in the shape of a large ravioli
Egg pasta usually accompanied with cheese
Potato paste in elongated and thick shape
Very thin pizza dough with milk cream, onions and bacon
Balls made of potato, flour, egg white and butter
Potato salad with onion, pickle, vinegar and salt
Berlin food history
The history of Berlin food is a reflection of the city’s dynamic and complex past. As the capital of Germany, Berlin has been shaped by many different cultures and cuisines, creating a unique and diverse culinary tradition.
Berlin’s cuisine has its roots in traditional German food, with dishes like schnitzel and sausages being popular staples. However, the city’s food culture has been heavily influenced by its history, with significant contributions from Jewish, Turkish, and Vietnamese communities.
Cultures that influenced Berlin food
In the 18th and 19th centuries, Berlin’s food culture was heavily influenced by French cuisine, as the city’s aristocracy adopted French culinary practices. This French influence can still be seen in dishes like boulette, a type of meatball that is similar to French boulettes.
The early 20th century saw the rise of Berlin’s Jewish community, who brought with them their own culinary traditions. Jewish dishes like pastrami, bagels, and gefilte fish have become an integral part of Berlin’s food scene.