Calling all Berlin Final Four visitors! We’ve spent countless hours researching so you don’t have to. We’ve created an ultimate guide, bursting with a whopping 100 recommendations in Berlin! From must-see attractions to hidden gems, local events, and insider tips, we’ve got you covered.

We will start our Ultimate Berlin Guide with the Top-5 Traditional German Dishes for the fans who want to eat like locals while in Berlin!

  1. Schnitzel: A schnitzel is a thin slice of meat. The meat is usually thinned by pounding with a meat tenderizer. Most commonly, the meat is breaded before frying.

Where to try: Villa Rixdorf

  1. Schweinshaxe: Roasted pork knuckle. Impossibly tender, juicy pork meat on the bone, all wrapped in crispy crackling skin. What is there not to love?

Where to try: Gaststätte Sophieneck

  1. Bratwurst: A type of German sausage made from pork or, less commonly, beef or veal.

Where to try: Curry Baude

  1. Königsberger Klopse: Königsberger Klopse is a German specialty of meatballs in a creamy white sauce with capers. The dish is named for the former German city of Königsberg and is one of the highlights of historical East Prussian cuisine.

Where to try: Ständige Vertretung

  1. Rollmops: Pickled herring fillets, rolled into a cylindrical shape, often around a savoury filling.

Where to try: Various Food Markets in Berlin