There you are in beautiful Berlin. Day in, day out working your way to the city, one neighbourhood at a time. All that exploring will surely make your hungry or at least it ‘ll make you crave some good old coffee. No trouble to find some good food in Berlin. But having a list as back-up is always a good idea. So here we go with some nice places to eat & drink coffee in Berlin!
It’s a wonder we finished this amazing pile of pancakes at Distrikt, we even had trouble with the 3 of us. They have a great selection of wonderful teas, good coffee and some fresh juices served up in cute little bottles. The perfect lunchbreak if you’re wondering around in Berlin Mitte.
Distrikt Coffee | Bergstraße 68 | Berlijn Mitte
The best tips always come from locals, as Aunt Benny. On Sunday we hooked up with some friends in Berlin. They’ve been living there for quite a while now and they invited us for lunch at Aunt Benny. Aunt Benny has good coffee, no wifi, delicious lunch (check the toasty below) and epic cake. There’s another plus, Aunt Benny has a large playground in front of it. So while waiting for the food, the kids get to run around while you enjoy your coffee. It’s a win/win situation.
Aunt Benny | Oderstrasse 7 | Berlijn Friedrichshain
Silo Coffee | Gabriel MaxstraBe 4 | Berlijn Friedrichshain
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The | Raw | Simon Dach StraBe | Berlin Friedrichshain
You can’t leave Berlin without diving into some proper German food classics. So there we went to the Prater Garten, Berlins oldest beer garden, where we sipped on a massive pint of beer. We ordered the best wiener schnitzels ever and the little one tried to work here way through some large meatballs. You’ll eat amongst the German families in a not too fancy looking place. A welcome change after all these hipster joints.
Prater Garten Berlin | Kastanienallee 7-9 | Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
After spending a rainy day in Friedrichshain, we needed some serious comfort food. And there he was, Monti. Very easy going, Monti is run by a relaxed Italian with no attitude. Just a plate filled with some proper pasta and we finished it to the very last bit. After that, we indulged ourselves in some amazing tiramisu, just because we felt like it. A delicious beer on the side, easy going vibe, thank you Monti!
Monti Caffe Bar | Simon Dach Strasse 3 | Berlin Friedrichshain
More food in Berlin?
Brunch is hot everywhere and so it is in Berlin. On Sunday we have a lazy morning and then stuff ourselves with as much food as we can handle. We discovered this little urban jungle place in Berlin, where you can indulge yourself into some serious Sunday brunch.
Spindler | Paul-Lincke-Ufer 42 | Berlin
Concept stores are a bit overrated these days unless you can combine 2 needs in one. First, there’s the need for coffee and then there’s the need for records. Combine these 2 and we’re happy.
Gordon Café and recordstore | Allerstrasse 11 | Berlin
Travelling with kids usually means you’ll have to eat pizza at least once. Not a problem if you know where to get the best pizza in town. Standard Pizza is your go to, enjoy!
Standard Pizza | Templiner Strasse 7 | Berlin
Louis Pretty (unfortunately closed its doors)
This must be one of the prettiest places in Berlin? When Instagramming Berlin found their way to a hotspot, you better not miss out. Coral coloured walls in contrast with bright blue tables. A daily lunch special or just order their famous shuksaka breakfast.
Louis Pretty | Ritterstrasse 2 | Berlin Kreuzberg