Learn how to eat on a budget in Germany

Posted by Fodor's Editors on July 21, 2011 at 1:00:00 AM EDT | Post a Comment
Imbiss (snack) stands can be found in almost every busy shopping street, in parking lots, train stations, and near markets. They serve Würste (sausages), grilled, roasted, or boiled, and rolls filled with cheese, cold meat, or fish. Many stands sell Turkish-style wraps called Döner Kebap. Prices start from €2.80 per portion. See our Germany Travel Guide.
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  • SalwaJ Fodor's Senior Editor, Countryside and Adventure on Jul 21, 11 at 03:20 PM

    Thanks for your comment logos999. We've amended the prices. Some good doner places to check out in Berlin are Hisar on Yorckstr. 49 and Mustafa’s on Mehringdamm 32. I'm in NYC and like to hit up Bereket on 187 East Houston St. or Kebab Garden on 128 1st Ave. What are your favorite places?

  • logos999 on Jul 21, 11 at 02:33 PM

    2.50€ Döner was almost 10 years ago. I want to be in a place where they sell Döner for 1.50. Does it exist?