Great bugers in the West Side! The Butcher is a new addition to Kantstrasse in Charlottenburg and reiterates the vocation of this stretch as a foodie strip in Berlin.
To be honest, this area has long been associated with respectable Asian (Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and Taiwanese) food options. It has even been called Berlin’s “Chinatown”. Well, we are quite happy that The Butcher is bringing “diversity” to Kanstrasse.
To get here, take the Subway to Savignyplatz and walk for 5 minutes. Look for the classy black awnings. The Butcher’s design is sleek and modern and the stainless stell and wooden elements definitely give it the distict air of a classy burger joint. We simply love the fridges in the back. Feels hip yet inviting.
Be adventurous and explore the additional two rooms adjancent to the main dining area. There is a library and a super sleek sitting room that The Butcher shares with the hip “Sir Savigny” Hotel. Make sure to check the mural on the backyards wall. It is super cool !
The menu is fun, inventive and delivers consistent good burgers and mains. We have tried the classic “The butcher” and “The Benedict” (Prime Aberdeen Angus beef, ham, fried egg, lettuce, tomato & hollandaise sauce). Both were perfectly cooked and deliciously juicy. The side of sweet potatoes was perfect. We can’t wait to go back to try some of the other burgers and dishes, like the slow cooked Baby back ribs or “The Codfather” (Fresh blue cod, beer battered, tartare sauce & chips).
Service is attentive and efficient and the crowd is fun and upbeat. I am telling you, Kantrasse is a hot ticket these days! Make reservations if you do not want to run the risk of having to wait, especially for dinner.
Address: Kantstraße 144 10623 Berlin