Döner kebab, the street food you can find just about everywhere, started in Berlin. This crossover between Turkish immigrants and German palates is a meal symbolic of the multicultural nature of Berlin.
You will be drawn in by the massive cones of meat in the window. Upon ordering, the spit is moved closer to the heat and shaved off in salty strips. The meat is then placed in a hearty triangle of Turkish bread with a generous helping of salat (salad) and soße (sauce).
If you aren’t in the mood for döner or want to experiment with the wide variety of Turkish food, try köfte, börek, or lahmacun, or a little bit of everything with a Turkish teller (Turkish plate).