The Must-Get Donut: Eierlikör Pfannkuchen
While there may not be actual Cronuts in Berlin, the local peeps form Dominique Ansel-esque lines down the block for this tiny bakery, one of Prenzlauer Berg’s oldest. It’s for good reason: Siebert opened in 1906 and has been winning awards for its pastries, including the coveted “Golden Pretzel” (!), ever since. They do the traditional plum pfannkuchen, as well as giant cream-packed éclairs, but you need to opt for the Eierlikör, not only for the rich chocolate icing on top, but also for the delicious filling; a custard sauce spiked with brandy.