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Anthony Bourdain Berlin : All Of The Restaurants Picked On No Reservations

When Anthony Bourdain visited Berlin on his show No Reservations, he and his crew picked many restaurants. Here are all the addresses and the dishes showcased in a convenient list.

This is No Reservations, season 4, episode 2. It first aired on January 14, 2008.

DISH – “Traditional German Cuisine”

WHAT IS IT?

They had a veal schnitzel, beer, hard-boiled eggs, meatballs, white asparagus and a German variant of French toast.

“For starters everything comes with potatoes and beer… lots of beer. As long as you’re not driving or starting a riot, the Germans have a rather laissez-faire attitude about public drunkeness.” -Anthony Bourdain

WHERE IS IT?

Prater Beer Garden
Kastanienallee 7-9, 10435 Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany

DISH – Currywurst

WHAT IS IT?

Anthony Bourdain had currywurst at Zur Currywurst located in Berlin.

They ate a currywurst made of pork sausage, french fries with ketchup and curry powder.

WHERE IS IT?

Zur Currywurst
Bahnhofstraße 40, 12555 Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany

DISH – “Traditional German Food”

WHAT IS IT?

They had white asparagus, pork head cheese which is made of pig or cow byproducts, blutwurst or blood sausage, sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, fried fish, liverwurst or pig’s liver sausage, smoked ham and potato salad.

“First of all, I gotta say, this is some of the most beautiful food I’ve ever seen in my life. The color composition of every one of these plates is something that chefs strive for.” -Anthony Bourdain

WHERE IS IT?

Rogacki
Wilmersdorfer Str. 145/46, 10585 Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany

DISH – “Berlin’s Turkish Dishes”

WHAT IS IT?

They had a doner kebab with bread, tomato sauce and sumac, shish kebab, marinated kebab, vegetables, yoghurt and bread.

“Man, it’s hard to say which I like more but I’m likin’ a lot all of it.” -Anthony Bourdain

WHERE IS IT?

Hasir Restaurant
Nürnberger Str. 46, 10789 Berlin, Germany
Berlin, Germany

DISH – “Best German Food”

WHAT IS IT?

They had eisbein – or corned ham hock – with goulash, cabbage, potatoes and sauerkraut with Bautzner mustard.

“All the petty aggravations of the world fall away in a presence of a perfectly cooked pig shank.” -Anthony Bourdain

WHERE IS IT?

Bräustüberl Weihenstephan
Weihenstephaner Berg 10, 85354 Freising, Germany
Berlin, Germany

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