Located under the U-Bahn track in Prenzlauer Berg, you’ll find Konnopke’s Imbiss. An institution in East Berlin, this small food stand has been serving up currywurst since the Konnopke family began selling sausages and frankfurters here in 1931. Over the years, the business has grown from a simple table to a wooden booth and then ultimately into a permanent stand with electricity, water and propane gas.
So, what is currywurst? Currywurst is a hugely popular and traditional German fast food found at food stands all across Berlin. The dish is comprised of steamed, then fried pork sausage, which is cut into pieces and slathered with curry ketchup and curry powder. Usually served with french fries, I decided to go with