Half of the fun, as the saying goes, is in getting there. Making your way to Konnopke’s from the elevated train, you’ll have to go down a couple of flights of stairs and cross a couple lanes of traffic bustling with cars, buses, bicycles and passersby. And you’re highly-likely to be distracted by the incredible street art surrounding this amazing little food stand. So, be careful! But your efforts will be rewarded.
Once you’ve arrived, check out the menu board. Written in both German and English, it is well-presented and easy to understand.
When you’re ready, walk up to the window and place your order with one of the friendly German-speaking ladies. Don’t speak German? No problem. While the ladies here may not understand much English, if you speak slowly and point at what you want, they will be able to put together your order.
On the evening of my most recent visit, it was very chilly with a slight mist in the air. Thankfully, in addition to their high-top tables, Konnopke’s offers covered seating which kept me (and my currywurst!) warm and dry.
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