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?
What Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo did for the popularity of pizzas, now Rembrandt and the Dutch artists are doing for burgers (although, as a crime-fighting unit, I think the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles would be more effective than their new Dutch counterparts, what with Van Gogh accidentally slicing off his own ear each time … Read more Rembrandt Burger – A Taste of the ‘Dam in the ‘Hain
Situated in Nollendorfplatz, directly below the Gay Hostel, is Zsa Zsa Burger: a hot meat injection into the heart of Berlin’s glittering Gay Village. Zsa Zsa Burger isn’t your stereotypical burger joint. No laminated menus. No grease-stained tables. And, god forbid, no Formica bar and neon-glowing Wurlitzer jukebox. Instead, it’s a restaurant-bar that is chic … Read more Zsa Zsa Burger: Berlin’s Burger Queen
Do you know that feeling after finishing a meal of burger and fries where you can’t think let alone move and sit just there sweating, being so full of food and regret? Shiso Burger customers don’t. This cute little Korean/American fusion restaurant on North Mitte’s Auguststrasse has managed to create what could be the perfect … Read more Shiso Burger – the Featherweight Champion of Berlin Burgers