The Preußenpark is located directly at Fehrbelliner Platz in Berlin-Wilmersdorf. As soon as it gets warmer outsides the big meadow besides the BBQ area turns into a huge picnic – formerly known as the Thai Park. A sea of colorful umbrellas and the smell of Asian spices and delicacies is the first impression you’ll get. In between you’ll find plenty of people strolling from one stand to the other, standing behind them to create some delicious dishes or others sitting on their blankets munching away.
Visiting the Thai Park will instantly give you the feel of being far away from Berlin – which is why the area often is referred to as Berlinkok. The cuisine is predominantly Thai, but other Asian influences can be found among the stands, too. The food tastes pretty authentic and the people there take good care to keep the meadow clean. How about trying some fresh spring rolls, fish balls or even some grasshoppers and flies? Of course you can also go for a sweet dessert. The tableware can be borrowed at the scene.
The Thai Park started about 20 years ago. First it was just a couple of Thai women who met up for a picnic, but soon some hungry passersby got curios and stopped by. Word got around and nowadays the Thai Park is a famous culinary institution on sunny weekends in the capital.
Thaiwiese at PreußenparkPreußenpark /
- Sat & Sun: from 12:00 pm on
- Public Transport: Fehrbelliner Platz (U3, U7), Konstanzer Straße (U7)