Burger-hungry at Ostkreuz? Fuck McD’s, get a BBB. Berlin’s burger scene is all grown up. Gone are the frozen patties, and those new-wave hipster half-burger joints that appeared in their wake have all turned vegan and moved to the country. Now, thick, proper, meaty, greasy, but somehow noble burgers have taken their rightful place on … Read more BBB Berlin is More than a Mere Burger Joint
‘If it moves, fry it. Even if it doesn’t move, fry it anyway.’–Lily Burger For fans of the TV show Man v. Food, its influence on Kreuzberg’s Lily Burger’s gut-busting menu is clear. For those not in the know, the show followed lovable lard-arse Adam Richmond as he travelled America eating the biggest, spiciest, most … Read more Lily Burger: there’s quality behind the novelty
Hype’s a pretty strange thing. You can get whipped up into frenzy over something and, whilst riding the wave of hype, get completely blindsided to the truth of the matter. Take Star Wars Episode 1 for example. There was such a storm around it at the time that it was only years later, once the … Read more Berlin Burger International: a tall burger with higher expectations
Just climbed off the M10 at Husemannstraße and we’re walking up Dunckerstraße in search of Nalu Diner. We pass countless polished and sophisticated bars, restaurants and cafes with their outdoor seating full of young families, laughing kids and women with dogs (hey, it is Prenzlauer Berg), looking at the immaculate signs and menus to see … Read more Nalu Diner: Come for the breakfast, stay for the burger
The Hans im Glück guys have very little to worry about from this review. Situated where they are, next door to the Admiralspalast on Friedrichstrasse and 30 metres away from one of Berlin’s busiest S-Bahn stations, business isn’t likely to falter off the back of one review. Instead, they’re likely to continue enduring the daily … Read more The burger at Hans im Glück: worth trading your gold for?