For years, Berlin was ridiculed as the home of curry-wurst and bouletten. But no longer. Today, Germany's capital is renowned for its world-class cuisine and top chefs.
New addresses for gourmets visiting Germany: The country now counts 11 three-star establishments, with newcomer Atelier in Munich. Two vegetarian restaurants have also made it into the prestigious Michelin Guide.
Cult chefs Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh share the recipes behind their restaurants' most popular desserts in "Sweet." DW met them while they were in Berlin to discuss what makes the success of the Ottolenghi signature.
Vegan currywurst, Italian dishes made with regional products only and many different kinds of kebabs. Berlin's new trends when it comes to food might set the course for the future of German traditional cuisine.
Over the years, there has been a surge in the popularity of Indian food in the city. Tourists and locals are drawn to its many restaurants for experiences ranging from trendy and modern to typically traditional.
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