The Burgermeister was one of my first regular places in Berlin: It was close enough to work that it made a nice lunch place, and they serve up honest grub for an okay price.
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Burger Now is not on any culinary map of Berlin. I found it by accident when I got hungry on the western side of the city - no hip location, no tourist hordes. Just burgers.
We found this place when hanging out in Park Monceau when the group next to us brought a burger feast with them. They looked yummy and claimed wagyu beef, so we had to give it a try.
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You could say that the burger is, in a way, a very Berlin-ish food item: Vaguely egalitarian, vaguely retro; with an international flair, but still well-known and unthreatening.
One of my favourite place for breakfast, precisely because they don’t do the croissant, and because I can’t say no to pork belly for brunch.