Not-so-late-night snacks🍴 Must try snacks if you walk around Schloßstraße, Steglitz. These snack booths, Cebo's Gemüsedöner and Zur Bratpfanne, stand directly on the pedestrian area and are opposite each other. Most of the time there are a lot of customers, queueing for their delicious famous Berliner snacks. 1st Picture: Döner Box It was not like another Dönerboxes (or the one we've reviewed in our past post). They served it in a styrofoam box, and the portion was really, really big. It was also served not with french fries, but with their own fried sliced potatoes and vegetables. They also gave some extra cheese and pickled jalapenos, which is not normal for a Dönerbox (even a normal Döner!). . 2nd Picture: Currywurst mit Darm This Currywurst is one of the most popular in Berlin. You could see they're recommended even in the Currywurst Museum (we tag the Museum at the photo). By the way, we always order the Currywurst with skin/casing, while the other germans prefer without. You should also try their Boulette and other menus, it is delicious as well! . . . #vsco#vscocam#vscofilter#berlin#berlinfoodie#berlinstreets#berlinfood#streetfood#dönerbox#doner#currywurst#curry#sausage#visitberlin#visitgermany
A photo of chips and vegan currywurst @ Curry at the wall, Berlin. I won't lie, I do really struggle with eating "unhealthy" foods so this was a massive step for me. I decided to stop letting food rules dictate my life after my year abroad, which made me realise how much of my life I was missing out on. As a linguist, I love travelling and my issues with food were obviously a massive hindrance to me having the best possible experience. I think its important to ask yourself what you will remember in five years time. The fact you didn't eat a "nutritionally perfect" meal or an experience that you will never get the change to have ever again?