Burgermeister Toilet BurgerBerlin, Germany.
When you exit the U-Bahn at Schlesisches Tor station, in Berlin's uber-cool Kreuzberg area (they're all uber-cool, right?) and walk across the road, you will find a fairly elementary looking public toilet.
And if it is between the hours of 11am and midnight, any day of the week, you will find a queue of around 50 people lining up at this public toilet.
No, the people of Kreuzberg are not particularly weak-bladdered people, nor is this some sort of secret Berlin nightclub (the latter easily the more likely of the two).
This is Burgermeister, an institution for travellers and Berliners alike since 2006. And I shit you not: The best burger I have ever (and I mean ever) eaten came from this toilet.
According to the original Burgermeister-er, he found the toilet in 2003, disused for several decades, and saw something special in it. I can genuinely say I have never felt the same way about a loo, but then this is why I am an ordinary man, and not the burger magician that the Burgermeister-er is.
This is no gimmick: the long lines are not there purely to capitalise on some sort of deliberately perverse tourism opportunity, to say that they ordered a burger from a toilet. They are there because the burgers are god-damn delicious.
The toilet people make their own buns, make their own meat patties, and produce their own fries - all fresh. This is unusual in itself for a fast-food restaurant, a trait they clearly aren't scared of.
After a particularly big couple of nights that may well have been a week, a friend and I queued at Burgermeister for what seemed like another week, looking for sustenance and keen to see if this famous burger was worth the hype.
Long story short: it was.
We recommend the Meisterburger.
Note, this is not to be confused with the Australian chain of the same name.