A burger beneath the elevated U-Bahn tracks? And that used to be a toilet? Interesting!
After a queue of 45 minutes (arriving at 19.30! – these germans definitely have dinner early) we could finally get our hands on the house burger with bacon and bbq sauce. I don’t know if I was really hungry but it was a taste of heaven!
You can find Burgermeister at U-Bhf Schlesisches Tor stop.
Kalter Hund was one of those unplanned and happy findings we discovered as we were riding our bikes. The name comes from the traditional german sweet made of butter cookies and a chocolate cream ( you can see it in the third picture at the right).
The place was really cozy and perfect for a break. It was quite difficult to choose among the different cakes because everything looked so good, but we finally had the traditional sweet and a chocolate cake – because you can never be wrong with this one, right? But I must admit the Kalter Hund was way more delicious!! Highly recommended.
Kalter hund means “cold dog” . The name might come from the german word Hunt which is the type of charging trolley used in mining, that is pretty similar to the pie plate used for this sweet – note Hunt sounds almost the same as Hund (dog). And Kalt comes from the fact this pie is served cold – at least this is what the waitress told me!
The last time I was in Germany (during a job trip to Hamburg) I didn’t have the chance to enjoy a currywurst (which I’ve been dreaming about since I visited Berlin a hundred years ago). So when my boyfriend told me we were going to enjoy the best currywurst in Dresden (according to Tripadvisor) I couldn’t be more excited. They were incredible, and the fries were soooo good!!! And of course I couldn’t miss the opportunity to drink a fritz-kola. So if you are lucky enough to visit Dresden, check Curry & Co – i believe you won’t regret!!