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Maroush - El mejor falafel de Kreuzberg

Adalbertstr. 93
10999 Berlin

Öffnungszeiten: Montag – Sonntag von 11.00 - 02.00 Uhr

Historischer Standort Prenz´L Berg/ Konnopke's Imbiß - El mejor currywurst de Berlín

Schönhauser Allee 44 A (unter der Hochbahn)
10435 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg)

Montag - Freitag: 9.00 - 20.00 Uhr
Samstag: 11.30 - 20.00 Uhr
Sonntag / Feiertags geschlossen

12 Apostel Mitte
Georgenstraße 2 / Ecke Am Kupfergraben (junto a la Museumsinsel)
10117 Berlin

Sonntag - Donnerstag 11:00 Uhr bis 0:00 Uhr
Freitag und Samstag 11:00 Uhr bis 1: Uhr

La Tía Rica – Cocina chilena

Knesebeckstr. 92
D - 10623 Berlin

Öffnungszeiten: Montag – Samstag von 17.00 - 24.00 Uhr (Sonntag / Feiertags geschlossen)

Thalassa Berlin – Griechische Küche (Kreuzberg)

Gneisenaustrasse 57
10961 Berlín

Öffnungszeiten: tgl. 16-22 Uhr

Ristorante Peperoncino
Urbanstr. 137
10967 Berlin

Öffnungszeiten: täglich ab 17 Uhr (Dienstag Ruhetag)

Spätzle Express - Käsespätzle

Wiener Straße 11
10999 Berlin Kreuzberg – U1 Görlitzer Bahnhof – M29

Öffnungszeiten: Montag bis Sonntag von 12:00 bis 22:00

Eckbert Zwo - Flammkuchen

Görlitzerstr. 53
10997 Berlin

Offnungszeiten: Mo. - Fr.: 11:30-02:00 Uhr. Sa. So. Feiertag: 10:00-02:00 Uhr

Traditional Döner means lamb, but you’ll also find chicken or veal meat, carved thin from a
rotating spit, packed in toasted Turkish bread and topped with salad, tomatoes, onions, and a
sauce of your choice (yoghurt, spicy, and garlic). There are countless Döner stands all over
Germany's capital, but here is a list of some of the most popular ones - whether you are craving a
Döner for lunch or as a late-night snack.

1. Mustafas Gemüse Kebab

Mustafas Gemüse Kebab is not only famous for its fresh vegetable and juicy chicken Döner kebabs,
it’s also known for the fact that there is always a line in front of the stand. Döner fans from all
over Berlin make the trek to Kreuzberg to try Mustafa's scrumptious Döner creations, which are
topped with Feta cheese, fresh and fried vegetables, salad, and sauces. The location – on the side
of busy and loud Mehringdamm, is far from picturesque, but the high quality of ingredients and the
friendly service keeps foodies come back and the lines long, day and night (Mehringdamm 32,
10961 Berlin).

2. Hasir
Legend has it that the Döner sandwich as we know it was born at this restaurant in Kreuzberg: In
1971, Mehmet Aygün put the döner meat and salad, which were served on a plate until then, in a
baked flat bread and offered it as a snack to go. Today, Hasir is a popular sit-down restaurant in
the bustling heart of Kreuzberg. Besides Döner Kebab, the menu offers traditional Turkish fare
such as grilled lamb, stuffed wine leaves and hummus (Adalbertstr.10, 10999 Berlin).

3. Tadim
Set at bustling Kottbuser Tor in Kreuzberg, this stand dishes up fresh pita pockets stuffed with
high quality veal – hence the relatively “high” price of 3 euros per Döner. Another specialty of
Tadim is its Duerum Döner, meat and salad rolled up in homemade and freshly baked dough.
There is a small no-frills restaurant adjacent to the stand that offers Turkish delicacies such as
Lahmacun, Boerek pastries, soups and Turkish desserts (Adalbertstraße 98, 10999 Berlin)

4. Grill am Rosenthaler Platz

A hotspot for travelers and night owls (it’s right across from the Circus Hostel and Circus Hotel),
this little restaurant in Mitte sells fresh Döner around the clock and is a great place for people
watching. Although my last Döner here was a bit on the salty side, the quality is good and it’s the
perfect stop for a late-night snack after partying (Torstraße 125, 10119 Berlin).

5. Vöner
Döner kebab goes vegetarian: The small hole-in-the-wall restaurant Vöner in Friedrichshain
specializes in seitan kebabs; also on the menu are vegan burgers, soups, and organic fries
(Boxhagener Str. 56, 10245 Berlin).

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