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Schiller Burger – Berlin’s fastest growing burger chain

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There’s a new burger chain that’s appearing on the high streets and thoroughfares of Berlin: Schiller Burger. Should McDonald’s be worried? Well, considering they’re indirectly responsible for the obesity and premature deaths of countless thousands of people, probably. Schiller Burger started at Herrfurthstrasse, Neukölln, and branches have since sprouted up on Schönleinstrasse, Kreuzberg, and Wühlischstrasse, … Read more Schiller Burger – Berlin’s fastest growing burger chain

The Bird – Berlin’s Reigning King of Burgers

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The Bird has perched atop the Berlin burger tree for a long time now. Like Berghain is to clubbing, The Bird is to Berlin’s burger scene – cherished by its regulars and spoken about in reverent, hushed tones by those who’ve yet to eat there. Also like Berghain, The Bird has gained a level of … Read more The Bird – Berlin’s Reigning King of Burgers

My kind of art: the WurstGalerie from Kitchen Guerrilla

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Good food, theatre, and lots and lots of sausages – Kitchen Guerrilla knows how to throw a dinner party with a difference. Following on from the article we ran earlier this year on Kitchen Guerrilla’s WurstGalerie event, I put on my best sausage eating hat and went along to the show. Held at Tempelhof’s Malzfabrik, … Read more My kind of art: the WurstGalerie from Kitchen Guerrilla

Chicago Williams BBQ Review, aka one man’s beer and meat crusade

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For meat lovers, BBQ lovers, beer lovers, and lovers of life, Mitte’s Chicago Williams BBQ should definitely be on your list of places to eat out. My fascination with American BBQ started with the Travel Channel’s Man v. Food, a TV show where corpulent comedian Adam Richmond eats his way across America’s favourite pig-out hotspots. … Read more Chicago Williams BBQ Review, aka one man’s beer and meat crusade

“Kebab Kingpin” Kadir Nurman 1933–2013: An Obituary

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Kadir Nurman, inventor of the döner kebab, sadly died in Berlin on 24th October, aged 80. The father of the kebab revolution (get it?)* created the snack when he moved to Berlin in 1972. His idea came when he noticed Berliners struggling to make the difficult transition between afternoon beer drinking and evening beer drinking. … Read more “Kebab Kingpin” Kadir Nurman 1933–2013: An Obituary

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