Many different burger establishments have been popping up in Krakow in recent years which has spurred competitive prices for quality food in order to entice customers into the many different restaurants available.
Moo Moo Steak and Burger Club was a restaurant that came highly recommended from the hostel we were staying at during our time in Krakow on our Interrailing trip. The hostel offered a voucher for one free drink with any meal so we decided to give it a shot.
How to get there:
It is a 9-minute walk from Krakow Glowny train station, you can use the map below to enter your own starting point. The restaurant is also located to the main square in Krakow.
Bunsen has quickly escalated in popularity since the doors of its first premises opened in 2013 on Wexford Street. Since then, another restaurant has opened in Temple Bar on Essex Street East with great success.
The ideology of Bunsen is ‘Straight Up Burgers’; they keep their menu clean and simple with no complications. Their neat menu fits on a business card that you take a look at upon arrival at your table as seen below.
There is a selection of beers such as Brooklyn Lager, Punk IPA, Peroni etc. A wine menu is also available including red and white wines.
What do I recommend? Each time I have been, I have ordered a double cheeseburger, sweet potato fries and a chocolate milkshake. I highly recommend the milkshake; it gives off the same flavour as Ben & Jerry’s and it goes down like a treat.
The prices are reasonable and you have the option to get your burger medium or well done. It has to be remembered that this isn’t just fast food, it is a quality burger and the service that you are paying for. The food is served on a metallic tray with the burger wrapped in paper and the fries in a card container.
Bunsen Burger is a busy spot and the crowd adds to the atmosphere. They don’t take bookings so you could be waiting a while before you are seated if it is busy. Fortunately each time I have been, the service has been prompt taking no longer than 15 minutes for the meal to be brought out to our table.
So is this the best burger in Dublin? I feel you should try the experience out for yourself and let me know what you think. I have a feeling you will enjoy it just as much as I do.
The Swedish meatball is a classic staple food that every tourist visiting the country should experience. Meatballs for the People was an eatery that came highly recommended by the locals. Fortunately on the day we went it was completely empty and we had the entire restaurant to ourselves.
Meatballs for the People isn’t only a restaurant, it also serves as a shop and bar too. The fridges are stacked full of many different cuts of meat coming from the wide variety of animal meat used in the various types of meatballs. The bar section includes lagers, pale ales and a selection of wine.
There are daily offers on the menu every day for 125SEK which amounts to roughly €13 for a meal which is very reasonable in Stockholm. For my meal, I chose the lamb meatballs along with the side of mashed potatoes and berries as pictured below. The portion sizes are filling and the standard of food here will not disappoint.
How to get there:
Nearest Bus Station: Nytorgsgatan
Nytorgsgatan 30 Stockholm
This quaint bakery is my number one place to eat breakfast in Budapest. Butter Brothers is 5 minutes walk from the central market hall in Budapest and opens from 7am in the morning.
From the moment you walk in the door you are greeted by the smell of fresh pastries, sandwiches and coffee. It can be a busy spot depending on what time of the morning you go at but it is worth the wait for the quality and taste of the food you can purchase here.
The food can be consumed inside the bakery, there are several different tables and chairs to relax and enjoy your meal or you can take the food to go. Sandwiches, soup, tea etc. are also served and the price of the pastries on average is a modest 300HUF. Overall, this is a great place to start your day with a freshly made roll, pastry and cup of black tea/coffee.