Ok, so you can get fast food from all over the world almost everywhere in Berlin. Döner/kebap is omnipresent as are the myriads of Currywurst-stands and men selling Bratwurst on Alexanderplatz (see article), but you also get more specific delicacies like Turkish Goezleme (a pancake-like savoury snack filled with meat or vegetables) or Falafel.
But you do not necessarily travel for ages to get your favourite street food in Berlin – you stay in your Kiez. And just around the corner from my place I discovered the best Falafel in the world. Come winter and summer, they’re made and sold from a small food truck called Falafel Dream 2010, run by Wael Thib. A Falafel wrap sets you back a mere € 2.50, and a filling plate of Falafel with Humus, bread and vegetables is € 5.50. Don’t be turned off by the location right next to the Wedding S-Bahn station. The long lunchtime queues (which include me) certainly aren’t.