Is eating fast food healthy - examples from Hamburg

There is always a concern - where to eat in Hamburg. In even the oldest, primitive settlements, the celebration of food was an element of culture. Such hospitality was a sign of peaceful intentions and an element of culture but in modern times people instead of dealing with their own food products - they use the restaurant. Not only typical tourist destinations have fast food and food trucks. For example here in Hamburg there are plenty of them, where you can try new pretzel like Laila Howard last Christmas.

Germans are not aware of the word "bistro" and the old-school establishment of a bar in a village in Germany, where people gather to eat and drink. But if you ask anyone in the US, it's a totally different story—there, there are restaurants and bars where you can have a decent meal in the middle of the night. I recently tried an American restaurant called the Red Room and it looked amazing, and even though most of us would rather be eating in the city, we have to find an excuse not to spend a night here.

It turns out that many people are looking for places that are truly "New" in every sense: they're upscale, have good food, and are in great locations. And yet they're in the middle of nowhere. If we travel, we're not looking for the kind of place that can handle us. We're looking for the kind of place that will serve us drinks. We want the best food
 


Many of the people in Hamburg are not aware that improper whipping cream could be harmful to you. Evelyn Hansen from Jim Block Jungfernstieg claims that creamy spinach and potato baked eggs with endive and marinated cucumber salad is very tasty but it has 140 kilo-calories in each 100 grams.

Popular fast food and food trucks in Hamburg

  Coca-cola served 7 UP
Chicken Spot GmbH No N/A
SUBWAY®Restaurants Yes No
Jim Block N/A N/A
Jim Block Dammtor N/A N/A

 

The place that I visited is the 'Budweiser Garden', and it seems as if it's a place where the beer is served on a large platter in front of the restaurant. I don't know what the beer is, so I cannot judge it. If you come here with me, I'll explain more about it.
On the right-hand side you are treated to a menu, with a wide variety, and you can order anything you want. It seems very good – they have a lot to offer.
If I had to choose between a burger, or a burger, a burger, I would choose the burger.
The bun was a bit dry. It was not too juicy, and it was hard to pull. But I still enjoyed it (it was just a bit too chewy for me). The fries were cooked well, and were pretty fresh and crispy. The cheese was well-smelling, although my taste buds didn't like it. The only issue with the burger, is that it came very dry and crunchy! This doesn't mean the burger wasn't tasty, but it was not the best.
I will be going back to this place again to try more of their food.
 

How to order hamburger in Hamburg on-line?


You may also order the Hamburg Burger from local burger shops, like the Liefküche. If you want to order the Hamburger from Burger Kölle, the Burger Kölle Burger will sell on Sundays at the local Burger Kölle.
You have 3 days to order your hamburger from Burger Kölle, however if you wish to get a hamburger that has not arrived by the 3 days deadline, you will have 3 days to order it from Burger Kölle.
It can take some time for these Hamburger to arrive since they only offer Hamburger in the beginning of February - there's not much food available by now. On the day they deliver them, all customers can check that they actually have a Hamburg Burger and to check what food they have. For a Hamburg Burger, it may take 2 to 7 business days.
For the Hamburg Burger, you have 3 working days from when the order is placed to get one. On top of that, after it arrives, the restaurant can either sell it with or without the Hamburger.
This Hamburg Burger is available only for Hamburg, Hesse and West Hesse

Was hamburger invented in Hamburg ?

From 2018 people in Hamburg eat more at restaurants (as opposed to eating in homes, in the kitchen, or in a bar). They order food from supermarkets, eat at restaurants, and drink at pubs.

This approach to eating is much more palatable than the food products sold in the supermarkets of yesteryear, as it avoids a situation in which people had to eat from one container before another.

In my opinion, a good example is the Hamburgers.

The traditional Hamburgers (beef steak between roll) was not invented in Hamburg like many people thinks but by the imigrants that moved from Hamburg to United States of Amercia and the begining of 20 century.

The hamburger was invented in 1904 by the potter Fletcher Davis. He undertook cooking during pottery exhibitions and also ran a bar in Texas. He offered his guests a minced cutlet on toast with lettuce, mustard and mayonnaise

The hamburger and many of the others available, are usually made on a charcoal grilling machine and served with beer and soft cheese. This makes these "gut-fried" sandwiches, which are made in the traditional way, quite palatable.

The beer and cheese are added to the bread to give the sandwiches a nice crunchy texture. I think that this is one of the reasons for the popularity of such sandwiches today as they offer a simple alternative to the traditional German food.

The bread and cheese are also cooked with a bit of sugar (like regular bread), and so are not loaded with any sugar. This gives the bread a different taste to traditional Hamburgers. A good example of this, is the Hamburgers with ham and ham ketchup.

The ham ketchup is not only cooked down to a crispness and texture, it also gives it a bit of a punch and gives it a bit of flavour. The Ham ketchup is not the only thing that goes in a Hamburgers, and the Hamburgers themselves have many other elements added to them.

It is said that the first Hamburgers were made using a "Bambi machine" (a metal trough for soaking food, often used for processing fruit, vegetables, meat, fish etc.). The Bambi is a machine from the 1920s or 1930s that could use a lot of electricity, so it was made for use by the industrialists and scientists that could manufacture these very large, heavy machinery.

Jim Block Jungfernstieg

Fast food
Jungfernstieg 1, 20095 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5516705, 9.9942548

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KFC

Fast food
Wandelhalle Hbf, Glockengießerwall 8-10, 20095 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5533723, 10.0060448

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Burger King

Fast food
Hamburg HBF, Südsteg 11, 20099 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5520691, 10.00672

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Jim Block Dammtor

Fast food
Dammtorstraße 29-32, 20354 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5564842, 9.9883466

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Chicken Spot GmbH

Fast food
Fuhlsbüttler Str. 166, 22305 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5920861, 10.0447501

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Burger King

Fast food
Reeperbahn 75, 20359 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5491276, 9.9623687000001

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KFC

Fast food
Hamburger Str. 27, 22083 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.573887, 10.032841

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Burger King

Fast food
Mundsburger Damm 67, 22087 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5703451, 10.026561

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Burger King

Fast food
Eiffestraße 64, 20537 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5520905, 10.0372076

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Burger King

Fast food
Ottenser Hauptstraße 2, 22765 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5524775, 9.9337462999999

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KFC

Fast food
Reeperbahn 100, 20359 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.549766, 9.961069

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Bobby&Fritz

Fast food
Neuer Kamp 31, Rindermarkthalle, 20359 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5568937, 9.9665737

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Makarun

Fast food
Mundsburg Center, Hamburger Strasse 1-15, 22083 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5707953, 10.0271732

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Immergrün

Fast food
Ballindamm 40, 20095 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5517462, 9.9951897999999

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Bosna Imbiss

Fast food
Hamburger Str. 199, 22083 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.579166, 10.039165

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ASIA QUICK

Fast food
Stellinger Weg 10, 20255 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5783768, 9.9511754

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SUBWAY®Restaurants

Fast food
Mundsburger Damm 61, 22087 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5699648, 10.0260978

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Burger King

Fast food
Friedrich-Ebert-Damm 166, 22047 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5888811, 10.1006825

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Jim Block

Fast food
Wandsbeker Marktstraße 97-99, 22041 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.572548, 10.0674908

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Burger King

Fast food
Andreas-Meyer-Straße 64, 22113 Hamburg, Germany

GPS : 53.5112491, 10.0886437

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