Put the words German and Food together and you think about hearty, heavy food – with visions of sausages, sauerkraut, potato dumplings, spaetzle, and cabbage dancing in your head – and sitting heavily in your stomach.
Being my first trip to Germany this is exactly what I was expecting, however my first night in Berlin landed me in a Vietnamese restaurant eating Pho and spring rolls. This is the first lesson Berlin taught me. The city is diverse, artistic, rough around the edges, and is certainly not predictable. If Berlin was a man I would marry him.
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