If you’re looking for tasty burger, this guide will help you navigate the plethora of delicious options this city has to offer. Regardless of the ingredients, setting, budget, or volume, you’ll find your perfect Burger in some corner of Berlin.
The bird is a New York style bar and steakhouse, open 365 days a year, located in both Kreuzberg and Prenzlauer Berg. This place provides high quality and huge quantity. Their produce is made daily too,
“We believe in using the finest quality beef so we import it all the way from the U.S.A. All of our sauces, dressings and everything else is made fresh daily from scratch.” – The Bird.
Hint: Be prepared, they only accept cash.
Kreuzberg Address: Kottbusser Damm 95, 10967 Berlin.
Hours: Monday – Thursday 17:00 – 00:00, Friday – Sunday 12:00 – 00:00.
Prenzlauer Berg Address: Am Falkplatz 5, 10437, Berlin.
Hours: Monday – Thursday 18 – 24:00, Friday 16:00 – 24:00, Weekends 12:00 – 24:00.
Chicken, Chicken, Beef:
Opened in May 2014, Piri’s Chicken Burger is something different. They specialise in chicken burgers because they believe the classic beef burger market is too crowded.
“Inspired by the flavours of Portuguese/Australian chicken burger chains in Australia, the Piri burger has a flavour complexity greater than the sum of its parts.” – Piri’s Chicken
Hint: They do offer one beef style burger – the patty is made from finely diced steak and grilled together with cheese and red onion to make a “juicy pattie of cheesesteak”.
Address: Wiener Straße 31, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg.
Hours: Mon – Sun 12:00 – 22:00.
Asian Cuisine meets Burgers:
Shiso burger combines Asian cuisine with burgers, “the best of two worlds”. They have an open kitchen so all produce is prepared “right in front of your eyes”. Uniquely they offer Wagyu (Japanese cow) beef, this is a prestigious meat known for its health benefits. It contains up to 50% more unsaturated fatty acid than traditional beef. They also have great vegetarian options available.
Hint: All Asian burgers are served in an original dumpling basket.
Address: Augustraße 29c, 10119, Mitte, Berlin.
Kitchen Hours: Monday – Saturday 12:00 – 23:30, Sunday 12:00 – 23:00.
Burgers and Hip-hop:
“Burgers and Hip-hop is a party celebrating the marriage of two of the finest things in life, burgers and hip-hop!”.
Every 4-8 weeks Burgers and Hip-hop is hosted at Prince Charles Club in Kreuzberg. Outside in the courtyard, different gourmet burgers are served from 3pm. These are voted on by you, to crown the best Berlin burger of the month. Each event is a little different,
“Everything Asian! We invited Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Indian and Filipino food joints to serve us their creations and you came, ate and voted till very late.” – Still in berlin.
Once the sun goes down and everyone’s hunger is satisfied, the real party in Prince Charles begins – and goes all night.
Hint: Arrive before 9pm and it’s a 2 euro entry fee, after that it’s 10 euros.
Address: Prince Charles, Prinzenstraße 85F, 10969, Berlin.
Hours: Burgers from 15:00, Partying from 21:00.
Burgers without leaving the house?
The options for burgers in Berlin are endless. The standards are high and the prices are generally low. The sizes range from small to enormous, and each burger joint provides a different taste of culture. No matter what your what your Burger preferences, Berlin will not let you down! For more local tips, keep an eye on this blog for weekly updates.