Berlin Food Markets

Berliners love their food, traditional and multicultural, and a food market is the best way to try every aspect of it. Open all year round, here you'll find a happy place for your taste buds.

Whether you have a soft spot for Asian, Turkish, French cuisine or the classic German Currywurst or schnitzel and pommes with mayonnaise, if you head to one of Berlin’s local food markets you’ll be able to sample one or all culinary delights. Or pick up some groceries to cook up your own Mediterranean feast at home. The choice is yours.

Arminius Markthalle

Arminius Markthalle Moabit, Berlin

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Off the tourist grid, the Arminius market hall in Moabit is an absolute delight. Restaurants, wine bars, cafes and a craft brewer trade side by side with stands selling cheese, bread and small-goods.

The Dong Xuan Centre

The Dong Xuan Centre Friedrichshain, Berlin

The Dong Xuan Centre just outside of Friedrichshain is a place to eat and shop, Vietnamese style.

Wochenmarkt am Boxhagener Platz

Wochenmarkt am Boxhagener Platz Friedrichshain, Berlin

There are weekly fresh food markets in nearly every area of Berlin, but the Boxhagener Wochenmarkt would have to be a crowd favourite.

Broken English

Broken English Steglitz, Berlin

Broken English has three locations in the city and can supply your every English food craving, from your favourite teas or whisky to frozen pies and crumpets.

Markthalle Neun

Markthalle Neun Kreuzberg, Berlin

Markthalle Neun (market hall 9) is a very special place for the foodie traveller in you.


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