From cheap eats to Michelin star restaurants, Berlin has a diverse gastronomy scene which reflects the immigrant history of the city. Home to the largest Turkish community outside of Turkey, the tasty Döner Kebab, is literally found on every street corner. Other street food favourites include Currywurst, (sliced Bratwurst served with ketchup and plenty of spicy curry powder), Eisbein, (crispy and succulent pork knuckle accompanied with sauerkraut) and the Berliner, (a sweet pastry, similar to a doughnut filled with marmalade or jam, dusted with icing sugar). For more refined dining, Berlin is home to 23 Michelin Star Restaurants (2019) of which the two star Tim Raue, specialising in modern Asian fusion, is a popular choice by locals and tourists alike. Surprisingly, the city was also named the Vegetarian Capital of the World by the culinary magazine Saveur in 2015 and is a great city for vegans. However, no trip to Berlin is complete without sampling the Berliner Weisse beer, a local specialty dating back to the 16th century, which can be enjoyed in many of the beer gardens during summer or at a good old fashioned pub.