THE BFS BERLIN FOOD TOUR
If you want a unique tour through Berlin’s rich food history and exciting modern-day scene with the world’s foremost experts on Berlin food (Per Meurling and Liv Fleischhacker), check out The BFS Berlin Food Tour.
Unlike other food tours, Per and Liv won’t take you to the touristy areas for average bites. Instead they’ll start off in Berlin’s über-cool, artistic heart – Kreuzberg – and then take you to some of their favourite restaurants/food vendors.
Upcoming tour dates are: August 26th – SOLD OUT! September 30th, October 14th, October 28th, November 11th, November 25th, December 9th. Click here to choose your tour date and book your place!
NEXT TOUR INFOS:
Start time: Saturday September 30th 10am – with Liv Fleischhacker
Where: Starts at Markthalle Neun, Kreuzberg. Travelling by foot and car. (All travel included)
Group size: 10-12 people
How long: About 3.5 hours
– Discover Berlin’s vast restaurant scene with the world’s foremost experts on Berlin food
– Explore Berlin away from the tourists starting in the heart of über cool, artistic Kreuzberg
– Eat like a local with some of Berlin’s BEST dishes and drinks at Per and Liv’s favourite joints
– You’ll try 4 different dishes as well as drinks in all locations
– And you’ll get heaps of other tips on where else to eat in Berlin
Cost: 90€ per person. Book here
Please note that if a tour does not fill, on some occasions we may need to cancel and refund it in full.
(If you’d like to arrange payment by bank transfer or invoice instead, that’s no problem. Just email: info(@)berlinfoodstories.com
The tour also makes a great gift for foodie-friends, out-of-town guests, and anyone who wants to learn more about the Berlin food scene. We’re happy to arrange Gift Cards for anyone wanting to give the gift of food. Order your Gift Card here.
About Per: Per Meurling is the world’s foremost authority on Berlin food. He’s organised food tours around the city for Rick Stein & the BBC, The Guardian’s Marina O’Loughlin, Wall St Journal and FOOL magazine amongst others. Berlin Food Stories is the most trusted, independent source of Berlin food reviews, news, jobs, events and more.
About Liv: Liv Fleischhacker is a native Berliner who’s worked as a food and drinks writer since 2014. She has written for publications including Food52, Effilee, Mixology, and Munchies and is particularly well-versed in the city’s bars, having experienced Berlin coming into its own as a culinary destination over the past decade. She is also the co-founder of the city’s first Jewish food festival, Nosh Berlin.
PERSONAL FOOD TOURS
Or, do you want something more tailored to a specific preference? Are you a serious food person planning a trip to Berlin? Why waste hours researching the best places? Allow the world’s foremost experts on Berlin food to help you make the most of your stay here – someone who is deeply embedded in the Berlin restaurant scene with extensive knowledge and a vast network. Per and Liv will guide you around Berlin’s best and most innovative restaurants as your personal food guide and fixer, tailoring a tour to your exact needs – for more information about this fill out the form below.
“Per is one of the most important voices on the Berlin food scene. His blog, Berlin Food Stories, is the go-to culinary guide”
PRESS FIXER & TREND SCOUT
Or do you have specific needs? Maybe you’re interested in Berlin’s latest food and hospitality trends or you’re coming the Berlin to shoot television or write a journalistic piece? No problem. Having organised food tours around the city for Rick Stein & the BBC, The Guardian’s Marina O’Loughlin, The Wall St Journal and FOOL it’s safe to say agencies, journalists, trend scouts and television crews alike trust in Per’s position as Berlin’s most knowledgeable, approachable and independent food blogger. He knows Berlin’s restaurants inside out – be it street vendors, holes in the wall, Michelin Stars or exclusive pop-ups. With this in mind he can organise absolutely anything and everything for you, all challenges accepted. Email: info (at) berlinfoodstories.com.