In October 2011 a historic market opened its gates again in Kreuzberg’s Eisenbahnstraße – precisely 120 years after its original opening: on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays there’ll be a traditional weekly market, while everyday except Sunday all the kinds of food you can imagine will be on sale, including:
- Fish Klub with fresh fish, oysters and sea food
- the cantine
- the Italian bakery Sironi
- the glassy butcher's shop Kumpel & Keule
- Pasta manufacturer Mani in Pasta
- Fish by Glut & Späne
- Craft Beer by Heidenpeters
- The Big Stuffed Smoked BBQ with tasty Pulled Pork Sandwiches
- Tofu Tussis with handmade tofu and
- the Café 9
Streed Food Thursday
It gets very crowded every Thursday evening (from 5–10 pm) at “Street Food Thursday”. The various stalls compete with each other with their culinary delicacies, but it's the visitors who are the winners. Excerpt from the menu: British pies, Thai tapioca dumplings, Mexican tacos, Allgäu cheese spaetzle or Nigerian FuFu.
Once a quarter, your childhood dreams finally come true: Markthalle IX becomes a full-on "Naschmarkt" (snack market)! Numerous stalls showcase their sweet and savoury sweets, including cakes, biscuits, chocolates, macaroons, honeys and chocolates. Quality is key and only "good, clean and fair" ingredients in line with the slow-food concept are used here.
Coffee, Cheese, Sausages and Beer
Besides the events already named, Market Hall Nine hosts food festivals like "Stadt Land Food", taking place every two years, as well as the "Berlin Coffee Festival", the "Cheese Festival" and the "Wurst&Bier" (Sausages and Beer).
The neighbourhood around Lausitzer Platz
Whether it’s the weekly organic market with fresh vegetables, milk and the aromas of freshly-baked bread, a flea market, or the lively children’s playground, this is a great spot to feel the joy of life in Kreuzberg. The streets around the Emmaus-Kirche frequently host multicultural street fairs. Learn more about Berlin's neighbourhoods with our app Going Local Berlin.