It’s difficult to think of a better city for culinary creativity than Berlin. Sure, global capitals like New York and London have more diversity, more specific and genuine restaurants, thanks to their sheer size and spectacular diversity of immigrants. But for risk-taking, unorthodoxy and sometimes sheer weirdness, Berlin punches above its weight.
It makes sense for a city that suffered through a difficult 20th century and then transformed itself into an anything-goes (counter)cultural haven in the 1990s and early 2000s. The heyday of apartment squats and firetrap raves may have passed, but the spirit persists. You can see it in the wall that was once a global
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