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Berlin has been feasting its way through the cuisines of the world with finger food taken to the next level with high-quality ingredients, surprising flavours, and exotic influences. We think it’s time for an overview.
Berlin’s street food scene is constantly evolving. Demand is increasing, there’s much more on offer, and the number of events is just exploding. These include strictly street food markets such as the Bite Club on the Arena grounds or Street Food Thursday in Markthalle Neun.
But new markets both indoors and out are embracing the trend with small food stalls and trendy street food trucks side-by-side the traditional market stalls.
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The best thing about finger food: there’s always something new to discover. Like tapioca from Brazil, vegan biscuit ice cream, and Taiwanese hamburgers.
We’ve put together an updated overview of Berlin’s street food markets. And one thing is certain: no matter where you are in Berlin, street food heaven just around the corner.
A small street food market “The Trucks” has set up on Potsdamer Platz, right in the middle of the city since 8 July. There’s a truck each for meats, veggies, and coffee, with a different street food speciality each day. Variety guaranteed!
A small foretaste of a new concept: Kebabistan at the Prince Charles in Kreuzberg, 16–17 July. This is a trial run of Souk Berlin, a street food market for migrants, expected to open in 2018.
Every 1st Sunday of the month, the Brunnenmarkt offers a wide range of delights on Brunnenstraße.
A market for breakfast specialities, the perfect start to a day in Berlin: Breakfast-Market.
Every second Sunday of the month, things get sunny for Caribbean Sunday, featuring regional cuisine and music on the Yaam grounds.
The gourmet festival eat! Berlin will next be held from 24 February to 5 March 2017. Save the date!
Sustainable, green, tasty: The Green Market Berlin, “Berlin’s first vegan lifestyle market” at the old Kindl brewery building.
The homepage of Bite Club not only shares everything you need to know about this special street food market. You can even book individual traders for your own event.
The Klunkerkranich is held on the roof of a Neukölln shopping centre and enjoys a reputation as a top location far beyond the city limits, especially for the delicious street foods on offer.
Street Food auf Achse is a market that takes in the Kulturbrauerei every Sunday from 12 to 6.
Street Food Thursday in Markthalle 9 was one of the first markets of this kind in the city and has become an institution.
One of the classics of Berlin’s street food scene is the food court at Mauerpark’s flea market. You can taste the world’s most delicious meals on 2,100 square metres there.
From fish and burgers to Asian dishes: there’s a wide range of food on offer at the Arminiusmarkthalle.
The Winterfeldmarkt in the lovely Schöneberg district is a nice place for a leisurely stroll and not just because of its ever-growing street food offerings.
All sorts of street food can be had here alongside the fresh meat and produce offerings: Breslauer Platz is in the heart of the Friedenau neighbourhood, not far from the Friedenau S-Bahn station.
Organic market on Thursdays and traditional market day on Saturday, with street food supply on both. Kollwitzplatz
The weekly market on Arkonaplatz has been popular with residents and visitors for years. There are now a number of street food stalls that have joined the offerings.
The Schillermarkt on the wide Schillerpromenade in Neukölln is worth a visit if only because of the great neighbourhood and the proximity to Tempelhof Field.
P.S. The next Berlin Food Week will take place from 1 –8 October 2016.
More weekly markets, market halls and streetfood locations can be found on visitberlin.de