Dortmund has become not only a German cuisine experience, but also an awesome hub for other ethnic foods that I've had the pleasure of sampling. The city center contains restaurants from all around the world, with great meals from India, the Middle East, China and various other cuisines. I was a bit hesitant to go to a place labeled 'The Best Burgers in Town,' but I was highly recommended to try it, so I took the chance. I was pleasantly surprised, with a felafel burger of all things! Something I've noticed in my burger consumption adventures here - the bread is often crispy and crumbly, instead of the soft loaf I'm used to in the States. It certainly makes the burger a messier ordeal, and it's (almost) understandable why I often see locals eating their burgers with a fork and knife (something you'll never catch me doing!). Overall, Food Brothers is a wonderful example of cultural variety; regardless of where you travel, you are bound to find restaurants that speak to the breadth and acceptance of diversity.