Close to lots of bars and nightclubs around Skalitzer Strasse, Burgermeister is our other favorite late-night spot in the area (open 3am daily and 4am Fri-Sat). Located conveniently under the Schlesisches Tor train station, this tiny burger stand is found in the station’s former public bathroom. While a train station bathroom restaurant would send us running for a hazmat suit in New York, Burgermeister has been meeting Germany’s strict health code standards for many years. The simple burgers are really good, especially in an area with generally cheap, forgettable food. There’s only outdoor seating here (visit in winter at your own risk), but two more locations at the Kottbusser Tor and Zoologischer Garten stations are indoors and tend to be less busy.
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