Meet your private guide at a location in Berlin to begin your private food tour. Your first tasting is currywurst, a classic German snack you'll enjoy at a family-owned institution with 35 years of history.
Your second and third tastings take place at a market where you'll try fresh buletten and kartoffelsalat (potato salad); then continue to an imbiss, a small food stand, for a hot spring roll, a favorite Asian snack served with sweet and sour sauce. Next up is glühwein (mulled wine) and a chocolate truffle served at a traditional cake shop before you continue to your seventh tasting, a savory kartoffelpuffer, German street food.
Number eight is a Turkish falafel, which you'll order at a window shop, a hidden gem known mostly to locals. Then enjoy a sweet pfannkuchen before your last tasting, an Asian pastry.
Throughout your tour, you'll have the chance to see parts of the city that most tourists don't visit—a great opportunity to gain insight into local Berlin life. Enjoy sharing your guide's love of Berlin's culinary scene and variety of foods, and feel free to let him or her know if you have any special requests; this private tour can be personalized to suit your interests. By the end of your tour, you'll have a well-rounded education of local dishes, carefully chosen by your guide to treat your taste buds.
Note: Tastings two and three are replaced by semmel (bread roll) and leberkäse (a type of meat product) on Sundays.