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The German food tour - guided in German, Spanish and English - leads you to 4typical restaurants in the center of the city. In each place you can try the speciality of the region plus a german beer or wine. All restaurants visited are small...more
We went on Dirk’s exceptional tour “Eat with a good journalist” through Air B n B. We had a great time exploring the Charlottenburg area of Berlin, which we never would have seen, and experienced authentic German food. Stopping off at three places, the plates...More
I had a great time eating traditional German food at three separate locations in Berlin. Dirk is a travel writer so he knows everything about the city and I had a nice evening. The highlight was cruising the streets on a scooter (lucky as I...More
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Jerome41, Manager at The German Food Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 27 April 2018
Thank you very much for your positive feedbacks! It was a pleasure to have you on the tour! Dirk
This food tour was a great introduction to traditional German cuisine. We ordered a selection of tapas to share, and beer, which we enjoyed sitting outside in the sunshine. This was an informal opportunity to get to know our guide. Dirk, a journalist, was an...More
We chose this tour from TripAdvisor and we're pleased we did. Dirk was an excellent host/guide taking us to a range of different restaurants to experience German cuisine. As a food journalist Dirk was able to share his in depth knowledge which made the evening...More
We met dirk at a small tapas and beer restaurant and started the tour with tapas. Each of us chose a different item so we could sample several different types of food. next on to a restaurant for a main course of sausages or meat...More
I found Dirk very accommodating. We requested an early evening start and a meeting point from our hotel as it was our first day in the city.
We had a taxi to Kreuzberg and began with a beer in a little bar/ beer shop then...More
Jerome41, Manager at The German Food Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 6 April 2016
Hi Debra, thank you for your feedback! I enjoyed the tour with you and you did really well with those big plates.... Kind regards Dirk
Very interesting and delicious tour!
The guide, Dirk, has a great knowledge and passion for food, and also shared many interesting stories about Berlin's culture and history.
The special thing about this tour, comparing to other food tours is that the tour is done in...More
We've done several food tours in different European cities and this one did not disappoint. The guide, Dirk, is a journalist with a passion for food and, having lived in Berlin for 20 years, he has intimate knowledge about the city's history and culture. We...More
I had a great time on the food tour with Dirk and company. I met up with another couple at an agreed time and place and then we headed straight for one of Berlin's famous food markets.
We sampled some delicious cheese and meats and...More
It was somewhat different from what I was expecting but it was also better than what I was expecting.
You know how it is when you’re travelling on your own or as a couple in a new country. You don’t know much of the language...More
In 1963, Schöneberg was the centre of the political west, inspiring John F. Kennedy to choose this area to famously announce, "Ich bin ein Berliner." Times may have changed, but modern-day Schöneberg still pays tribute to its historical legacies. Once the richest city outside of Berlin proper, the area's affluent past is still visible in ornate housing facades dating back to the Gründerzeit of the 19th century, while
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