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Markthalle Neun

42 Eisenbahnstraße
+49 30 61073473
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Markthalle Neun  Berlin  Germany
Markthalle Neun Berlin  Germany
Local Scene & International Flavors at Street Food Thursday in Berlin Berlin  Germany
Street Food Thursday  Berlin  Germany
Markthalle Neun  Berlin  Germany
Markthalle Neun Berlin  Germany
Local Scene & International Flavors at Street Food Thursday in Berlin Berlin  Germany
Street Food Thursday  Berlin  Germany

Markthalle Neun

This historic market stays open late once a week for Street Food Thursdays (5-10pm). It’s a highly satisfying way to sample the finest area stalls all in one central hub. Locals meet up here for casual good eats, which makes for intriguing people watching: Is that Klaus from pottery class? And Gina, a documentary filmmaker? The array of food truly spans the globe, from Colombia to Korean to Thai to German classics. And strings of Edison bulbs give the vaulted space a festive vibe.

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almost 4 years ago

Street Food Thursday

My beautiful local guide (hand pictured here) took my friend and I to Street Food Thursday in Kreuzburg for an amazing epicurean experience. Food and beverage vendors from all over the world showcase their delights every week at the market. This local trout sandwich was a highlight, as was pulled pork from California and the traditional Knödel made with spinach and potatoes. As great food is essential to our wellbeing, this event is an essential part of Berlin life.
about 5 years ago

Markthalle Neun

Markthalle Neun is a great place to eat when in Berlin. With every type of food you could want, this market captures Berlin in one place!
about 5 years ago

Local Scene & International Flavors at Street Food Thursday in Berlin

Street Food Thursday is by far the most truly local experience we had in Berlin. You see, every Thursday evening, Berliners gather at Markthalle (Market Hall) in Kreuzberg to eat their fill of food made by street food vendors who don’t have the financial means to open their own brick and mortar restaurants. Trust me when I say that these vendors give restaurants in Berlin a run for their money. Inside Markthalle, we were infected by the energy emanating from the crowd of locals slowly shuffling around each other in an effort to get to the food stall of their choice. We saw a stall with a line of people waiting for some meatballs. A line of locals is always a good sign, and they didn’t lead us wrong. They were some of the best meatballs I’ve ever had. They came in four styles – German, Thai, Italian, and Indian. We tried one of each, and they were all amazing, especially the Indian flavored one. Accompanied by a side of warm, German potato salad, and our night of feasting was off to a good start.

Check it out: http://www.markthalleneun.de/street-food-thursday