There are no other international organizations that have left such a lasting impression on Berlin as Turkey. After decades of immigration it is now evident that at least six percent of Berlin’s inhabitants are Turkish roots. There are many areas of the city that these immigrants are often seen as settling but one of them that are (deservedly) popular is Kreuzberg in Berlin, in which Turkish culture has contributed significantly to making it one the most vibrant area in Berlin.
As one of the most well-known culture exports of Turkey is its food it is obvious that any trip to little istanbul which is sometimes referred to as “Little Istanbul is required to begin with a huge craving as well as include plenty of meals off the menu. From 11:00 to 18:30 the Maybachufer embankment full of people in headdresses, homemakers and hipsters, who are all loaded with delicious and fresh food at an unbeatable price. Fruits and vegetables are available, as are vendors offering Turkish bread and cheese seasonings, olives, seasonings, and a lot more. Enjoy freshly cooked gozleme pancakes stuffed with cheese out of the pan that has been cooked and sit down in a spot that overlooks the peaceful canal, and watch the swans and beautiful tour boats as they pass along.
The market is located right off Kottbusser Damm, which is the main artery for this part of Kreuzberg. Go north and you’ll come across the fierce the ring-shaped, ring-shaped crossing way known as Kottbusser Tor, which is the epicenter of all kinds for the region of Turkish region. From here, there are plenty of delicious food options than you’ll ever know what to make of. To grab a snack on the go take a trip to Leylak (Kottbusser Str. 25) that cooks the most delicious, flakiest borek breads and spreads minced meat or cheese between delicate pastry sheets. In the day and evening (very late) evening, you won’t miss out on the other two options: Doyum Grillhaus (Admiralstr. 36) or Konak Grill (Reichenberger Str. 10). The first is the most popular for local taxi drivers and has attractive standard ceramic tiles for its wall surfaces regardless of the minimal decor. The star of the food menu is the Adana kebab, which is grilled and charcoal-grilled lamb, which is equally delicious served on a bed of rice and aubergine puree grilled or the paprika-yogurt sauce. The near-by Konak remains open till 02:30 on weekdays, and until at 04:00 on weekend, making it the perfect post-bar snack that is a favorite for many evening people who live in the neighborhood. The main dish served is kofte – smoked meatballs, which are packed in bread rolls that are crusty and filled with salad, onions, and a spicy sauce. Try them out as soon as you can and you’ll understand why the crowds are there all night long. Evening.
I hope you’ve saved some space for a sweet treat. Kilicoglu (Adalbertstr. 9) is just a short distance away with an array of baklava that is full of hazelnuts, walnuts or pistachios and bubbling of buttery syrup. In any case, the most ardent bakers will not regret making an hour or so towards Pasam Baklava in Schoneberg (Goebenstr. 12a). People from all over swear by this place is the best in Berlin.
You can sit in Smyrna Kuruyemis (Oranienstr in the event that you need to take a break in your digestion after all the eating. 27) to drink a strong black tea, and watch the bustling street life pass through.
After decades of emigration in the past, at the very least 6 percent of the population of the study have Turkish roots.
One of the most well-known exports of culture of Turkey is their cuisine it’s without saying that any journey of Turkish Kreuzberg which is sometimes called ‘Little Istanbul should start with a big appetite and include a number of eating places on your travel itinerary.