No different from the rest of our eating experiences thus far in Berlin, the food options at this market proved to be phenomenal. The Dinnele, a thin crust covered with potatoes, cheese, onions or other various toppings and baked in a wood fire oven (also called Dinnete in other regions), and the Kartoffelpuffer, which is essentially a potato pancake, were the best we'd had at any market. The specialty hot drinks from various countries were also quite good, the highlight being a variety of fruity Nordic liquor that could be added to the traditional mulled wine. I am anxiously awaiting the Christmas season next year, so I can return for all the variations that had sold out before we got there, including baked apple Glühwein and several I had never even heard of.
Thanks for a great first Christmas season, Berlin. We can't wait for next year!
in der KulturBrauerei
10435 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg
daily from late November until December 22