Summer in Berlin - lots of sun, lots of love, lots of joy & lots of good food
As you can see meanwhile the Prussia Park aka. "Thai Park" is no longer an insider tip.
On Sundays all those who fancy Asian street food are romping around, from young to old.
We are not talking about hipster-.streetfood, which has a well thought-out new concept, but about traditional streetfood, which is prepared in the middle of Prussia Park with temporary "picnic kitchens".
Anyone who has already been to Thailand or Vietnam knows that there are no high hygiene standards.
Of course this doesn't mean that it is unhygienic or dirty, on the contrary, everything looks fresh and delicious. And the "cooks" themselves also help themselves to their food, which makes the whole thing nice. However, it would not be advisable for pregnant women, for example, to eat their excursion snacks there. But you can also enjoy the sun as a companion in a relaxed atmosphere.
There is everything your heart desires to eat.
Well, maybe not everything, but as far as traditional Asian streetfood is concerned, one is well served.
Whether Kalamari, shrimp skewers, fried rice, pad Thai, salads, soups, steamed (I only say dumpings in all colors and designs <3), summer rolls, Thai curry, various sauces, lassis, sticky rice with mango, watermelons and and and and....
The range is huge and we have the feeling it gets bigger from week to week.
The prices remain constant at 5 € per dish.
Times more times less, depending on whether it is just starters, fruit or desserts or larger mixed portions.
In addition, one must know that unfortunately there is no list of additives and that Asian cuisine often works with flavour enhancers. Nevertheless, the preparation is very transparent, as it takes place in front of your own eyes. So you can ask nicely what exactly is being added and, if necessary, ask for certain ingredients to be removed.
As far as desserts are concerned, here's the sugar shock.
Most desserts are without cow's milk, without wheat flour products, but with lots of sugar.
Fortunately, fresh fruit and delicious coconut water are also available almost everywhere. So even the sweet tooth among us get their money's worth without added sugar.
The "Thai Park" is in any case a super great destination for families and fun.
You can enjoy the sun and dive into an extraordinary atmosphere that reminds you of a holiday.
No matter if for dinner, which is a must there, for relaxing, reading or playing cards, the day in the Prussia Park at the Konstanzer Straße will stay in your memory.
We wish you lots of fun & love!
Enjoy today's sun
Alex & Feli