I have Chris Lietze of Blog’n’Burger to thank for introducing me to Zsa Zsa Burger. My first visit to this Schöneberg burger restaurant was for BlognBurger11 and a few days later I was back again for more.
My first time at Zsa Zsa Burger I was tempted by The Silence of The Lambs described on the menu as:
Lamb burger served with red curry dip, the insider’s tip!
A very good burger – lots of meat and a tasty (though for me a little mild) curry sauce – and great chips but I had to go back to try the beef.
So on my second visit, just a few days later, I went for The Breakfast Burger, a beef burger topped with bacon and a fried egg.
Again, a very meaty burger and the runny yolk of the egg brought the delight that comes with messy food. The buns at Zsa Zsa Burger also deserve a special mention. I had the white sour dough version both times and they were delicious.
The Steak Burger, made with grilled Argentinian rib-eye steak and served with a Teryaki sour cream dip, also came highly recommended by Gilly.
The food at Zsa Zsa Burger is of a very high and consistent standard, the restaurant is smart and comfortable, the service is excellent and when I was there, super-quick despite being full on both occasions.