Street Food at Arminiusmarkthalle

Moabit's Arminiusmarkthalle may not be as hip and big as Markthalle Neun, but it still holds some culinary street food surprises in stock.
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Contrary to many other street food markets in Berlin, the atmosphere in the historic Arminiusmarkthalle decorated with palm trees is still relaxed and familiar. This may be due to the fact that Moabit is not yet as “hip” as Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg and therefore many shy away from going there. However, if you do decide to do, you will be surprised from true delicate food.

There is for example a stand of “Burgerlich” selling organic burgers either with Neuland meat or a vegetarian patty. The boys of “Pignut BBQ” conquer the szene on Wednesday’s evenings and between Thursday and Saturday all day line with tender meat, slowly prepared for up to 20 hours over a hickory wood fire – a genuine Alabama specialty. A Pulled Pork Sandwich or a nice helping of spare ribs is the delight of all carnivores!

Further highlights are the West-African Creole wraps of “dodo to go”, always for sale on Saturday, maritime specialities from the fish shop with original fish & chips, tuna burgers or scallops with balsamico cream on Wakame salad, washed down with a Berlin Brewbaker Beer.

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Editors Rating

Street Food Vielfalt
3.90

Essens-Qualität
4.00

Exotischer Geschmack
3.75

Verfügbarkeit
4.80

Total
4.11

Address

Arminiusstr., 2-4, 10551, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Mitte

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Business Hours

Mon - Sat

08:00 am - 10:00 pm

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