Berlin noodle boxes are great — buy them for 2.50 or 3.50 euros in a subway station, add some Sriracha sauce, and you’ve got a decent lunch.
This really bizarre advertisement sits on the side of the automatic coffee machine at my German language school. I don’t get the ad, but I appreciate the occasional beverage.
I was surprised to see this Toblerone wrapper on a train platform one evening. To begin with, there’s not as much littering here as in the U.S. Also, I am pretty sure that Toblerone is an expensive chocolate bar in the U.S. Therefore seeing a Toblerone wrapper on the ground was somewhat like seeing an empty bottle of, say, Dom Pérignon champagne on the ground. But I don’t want to take that comparison too far because it breaks down pretty quickly, and furthermore I should note that Toblerone packages like this are available here in Berlin for less than 1 euro. This one probably came from a vending machine at the same train station.