There's something about Currywurst on a cold, dark afternoon. It just seems like the two were made for each other. Time for another installment in my occasional series on the Currywurstbuden (that is, Currywurst kiosks) of Berlin...
I find myself heading for Mehringdamm 36 in Kreuzberg, home to another of Berlin's most highly regarded Imbisses: Curry 36.
Standing outside eating on a cold day might sound like your idea of hell, but it's quite warm under the awning and I think Currywurst is one of those very warming foods (if you'll let me call it food).
The Currywurst here is, I have to say, not bad at all. The Wurst itself is nicely meaty and the sauce has a nice tomatoey tang. It's also fairly cheap - the whole lot in the picture below set me back 3 euros.
Curry 36 certainly seems to have made quite a name for itself. Out of all the Imbisses I've been to, Curry 36 is the one where I've heard the widest variety of languages being spoken among its customers (also, in case it helps to know, they seem to speak English if you prefer not to use buying Currywurst as a chance to practice your German.