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Over the past few years, street food in Berlin has undergone a quiet revolution. The city's kerbside dining scene is in the grip of a gastronomic renaissance, and has moved far beyond traditional German eats in a movement spearheaded by amateur and professional cooks from around the world. Street food stalls with exotic flavours have been pitching up in Berlin’s abandoned warehouses, street markets, former beer halls and even refurbished boats on the Spree, and late opening hours mean they're starting to become veritable nightlife destinations in themselves.
Pop-up food events or street food parties are taking place almost every week, somewhere in the city. There is even now an annual festival of street food, Stadt, Land, Food, a four-day blowout of non-stop mouthwatering mayhem, where street food stalls mingle with an international roll-call of street food and pop up experts debating sustainability, provenance and global cuisine within the city’s social context.
Hungry? Prime your bellies, grab a fork and join us for a belly-busting rumble around town to find the pick of the Berlin street food purveyors…