There are three Neuland-Imbiss restaurants in Berlin and more than two dozen licensed street vendors under this name. Known for organic, free-range meat raised on family-owned farms that have been inspected for fair treatment of animals, Neuland-Imbiss restaurants serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Make sure to exchange money befor your meal, as the dining chain only accepts cash. Look for them near the Brandenburg Gate, at Wittenbergplatz and Oranienplatz, as well as in many neighborhoods throughout Berlin.

Most restaurants do not automatically provide a glass of water with your meals, so if you ask for water, there will be an additional charge. You will be asked if you want water with gas, which means carbonated water, or still water. You can also ask for tap water, for which there is no charge, but not all restaurants will provide it.