The currywurst, chopped pork sausage in a curry powder and ketchup sauce, is a unique and immensely popular German dish. The Curry 36 in Kreuzberg, Berlin has been serving this street food for several decades now. The stall is quite busy through the day and the late hours of the evening. You can take away your snack or eat alfresco.
At the eatery you have the option of ordering the original currywurst preparation, the organic option and even a vegan alternative. Clearly the stall caters to the varying preferences of its patrons. If you order for Einmal ohne Darm mit Pommes rot- weiß, you will be served skinless sausages, with fries, mayonnaise and ketchup. The stall also serves krakauers and bockwurst.Places nearby:
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Visiting the German Reichstag 2 km / 1 mi
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