Here you will find the 10 best spots for French fries in Berlin


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Do you love French fries? Find out where you can find the best French fries in Berlin here!

A portion of French fries can turn your day around! So if you are touring or working, these are the 10 shops that offer the best French fries in Berlin for you to visit.


Goldies in Kreuzberg: French fries in Berlin prepared by star chefs

French fries in Berlin

Don’t fry your life. Deep fry your dream.

Kajo Hiesl and Vladislav Gachyn left one of the best restaurants in the country, the three-star Aqua in Wolfsburg, to open a chip shop. The expertly double-fried portion costs 2.40 euros, but that’s just where the fun begins. Dishes from different national kitchens are cited in culinary miniatures.

Location: Oranienstraße 6 // 10997 Berlin

Opening times: Tue – Sun: 12.30 – 22.00

Tel: +49 (0) 30 / 7478 0320



Windburger in Charlottenburg: Best patties and french fries

French fries in Berlin

One of our favorite burger places in Berlin. Everything goes super fast and the burgers are absolutely delicious. It couldn’t be better! Walk in and enjoy the great ambience, nice service and delicious burgers with French fries.

Location: Windscheidstr. 26 10627 Berlin

Opening times: Mon – Sat 12.00 – 22.00

Tel: 030-43 72 71 77



Rembrandt Burger in Friedrichshain: With the taste of Amsterdam

French fries in Berlin

One of the best burgers in Berlin has a Dutch accent, comes with beef from Hohenlohe and rolls from the neighborhood. The fries at “Rembrandt Burger” pay homage to the Dutch art of deep-frying. Well worth trying the homemade sauces. And if you want to go to Amsterdam: Frikandel and Bitterballen are also on the menu.

Location: Richard-Sorge-Str. 21, Friedrichshain

Opening times: Tue – Sun 12:00 – 22:00 (Tue: 15:00 – 22:00)

Tel: 89 99 72 96



The Poutine Kitchen in Moabit: Canadian national dish served fresh from the VW van

French fries in Berlin

French fries with gravy and squeaky cheese – this is Canada’s national dish, poutine. In the Arminiusmarkthalle there is a Bulli that has been converted into a kitchen. The classics are fries with gravy and cheese. Cheese curd is traditionally used, the precursor to cheddar cheese. Cheese curd and gravy come from our own production. The poutine is also optionally available with Korean Bacon, Pulled Pork or Spicy Chicken.

Location: Arminiusstr. 2–4, Moabit

Opening times: Thu. + Fri. 17:00 – 21:00, WE. 12:00 – 22:00

Tel: 0177/781 14 19




Fabis Esskultur in Friedrichshain: Has a lot of options for vegetarians

French fries in Berlin

“Fabis Esskultur” is a really lovingly furnished shop. The sauces are homemade here, and there is also a wide range for vegetarians. If you want it to be strictly vegan, just hike a few meters further to the popular Vöner snack bar for fries with vegan cheese sauce and mountains of caramelized onions.

Location: Neue Bahnhofstr. 7b, Friedrichshain

Opening times: Thu – Sun 17:00 – 21:30 (Wed. 12:00 – 21:00)

Tel: 030 34627729


Son Kitchen in Charlottenburg: French fries and more Korean style!

French fries in Berlin

This friendly snack bar on Kantstrasse actually offers take-away meals. Unless you group yourself around the two bar tables on the sidewalk. If you don’t feel like the specialty bibimbab or burgers that are never too heavy thanks to all kinds of fermented foods, you should try the “Kim Cheesilla Fries” – with chilli sin carne, cheese sauce and other fine toppings.

Location: Kantstr. 46, Charlottenburg

Opening times: 11:45 – 22.15

Tel: (0)30 22 474 444



Freddy Fey’s Fish & Fries in Kreuzberg: Fish and chips and pea puree

French fries in Berlin

There are real British chips here! The food nomads from Barkin ‘Kitchen play in a small restaurant on Glogauer Strasse called “Freddy Fey’s Fish & Fries”. In addition to alliterations, fried fish with fresh pea puree and creamy hand-cut fries are served here.

Location: Glogauer Str. 7, Kreuzberg

Opening times: Wed – Fri 17:30 – 21:30 (WE 13:00 – 21:00)

Tel: 030 60 275 029



Burgermeister in Kreuzberg: Home of has great chili cheese fries

French fries in Berlin

Yes, Burgermeister is a city-wide chain – but that doesn’t change the fact that a good night in Kreuzberg necessarily ends with their inimitable indecent chili cheese fries with cheese, jalapeños and chili con carne.

Location: Oberbaumstr. 8, Kreuzberg (Other branches at Kottbusser Tor, Bahnhof Zoo, Schönhauser Allee and Potsdamer Platz)

Opening times: Mon – Thu 11:00 – 24:00 (WE 12:00 – 02:00)

Tel: 030 4036453-20



Lino’s BBQ in Wedding: A taste of Texas in Berlin

French fries in Berlin

Texas is in Wedding, and that’s where Lino Brandi celebrates the Texas BBQ culture. Even the french fries are fried here in beef fat. And of course only served with homemade ketchup and mayonnaise. It doesn’t get any better!

Location: Malplaquetstr. 43, Wedding

Tel: 030 55 60 29 77

Opening times: Wed – Sun 17:00 until sold out!



Beuster Bar in Neukölln: French fries with vegan Harissa- Mayo

French fries in Berlin

The French fries in the “Beuster Bar” have a lot of fans: They are thin and crispy in a mountain, and you can never leave it with just one serving. Reservations recommended!

Location: Weserstr. 32, Neukölln

Opening times: Mon – Sun 18:00 – late

Tel: 030 41 95 97 80




Michelle Halterman
Michelle Halterman
USA, China, South Africa and now Munich - Michelle has come a long way in the world. She is an outdoor person and loves to be in nature with friends and on her mountain bike. Or she meets up with friends for pasta, vino, cappaccino & Co.



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