10 Awesome Places for Breakfast & Brunch in Berlin

Distrikt Breakfast

Every day should start with a good breakfast and luckily Berlin is a city so versatile in terms of breakfast that every tastebud should find some satisfaction here. For our latest big city guide feature we have compiled a list of 10 places in 5 districts of Berlin with a variety of breakfast and brunch options that will leave you craving for more. Enjoy your meal!



House of Small Wonders

The House of Small Wonders is a new favorite of us thanks to its unique interior and atmosphere. It’s a lunch and breakfast place that serves lovely things such as Croque Madame, French Toast, Granola with yogurt, soups and a variety of sandwiches. What’s interesting here is the combination of Japanese dishes for lunch and French dishes for brunch.

House of Small Wonders, Johannisstr. 20, 10117 Berlin-Mitte

Open Mon-Fri 9-17h, Sat-Sun 10-17h

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Distrikt Coffee

Distrikt Coffee is a pretty new place in the heart of Mitte for breakfast and lunch. Their small but smart menu includes banana bread, toast with avocado, scrambled eggs, granola and buttermilk pancakes. Yum!

Distrikt Coffee, Bergstraße 68, 10115 Berlin-Mitte

Open Mon-Fri 8:30-18h, Sat-Sun 9:30-18h

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The Future Breakfast

The Future Breakfast is a cute little food truck specialized in yummy breakfast. You find them in front of Acud in Mitte during the week and at various food markets such as Markthalle 9, Bite Club, and several other events. They are specialized in poached egg dishes and avocado.

The Future Breakfast Food Truck, Veteranenstr. 21, 10119 Berlin

Open Mon-Fri 9-16h. At various food markets and events, check their FB page for infos.

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This French-style cafe is an absolute classic in town and you can’t get a better breakfast platter (for this price) than their mixed breakfast full of specialty products from France and the Alpes. I also recommend the Croque Monsieur and the Chevre Chaude salad. The Rhubarb tarte is also quite delicious.

Fleury, Weinbergsweg 20, 10119 Berlin-Mitte

Open Mon-Fri 8-22h, Sat & Sun 9:30-20h

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3 Schwestern

If you love international variety you are gonna find a lot of options at the 3 Schwestern restaurant and beer garden at Kunstquartiet Bethanien. It’s a lovely summer location and a really laid-back atmosphere. No fuzz here. Choose between French, Italian, Bavarian, Austrian, Mexican and English breakfast (and a few more).

3 Schwestern, Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Open Mon-Sat 11-23h, Sun 10-23h (breakfast Sat & Sun 11-16h)

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This cafe and restaurant in the South of Neukölln is a really cozy place and the owners put a lot of love to the detail into their dishes which you can see in the heartbreakingly sweetly arranged breakfast platter. We also recommend their cakes because they are to-die-for. They also serve lunch and dinner here by the way.

Ungeheuer, Emser Str. 23, 12051 Berlin-Neukölln

Open Sun-Thu 10-24h, Fri & Sat 10-02h

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Silo is a new cafe in Friedrichshain that has made quite the splash in the neighborhood. They are really creative dishes with poached eggs, mushrooms and avocados on their menu that include a lot of vegan and gluten free options as well. Coffee lovers will be delighted to get the coffee from The Barn here.

Silo Cafe, Gabriel-Max-Str. 4, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain

Open Mon-Fri 8:30-19h, Sat 9:30-19h, Sun 10-19h

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Proviant is a great option if your love your cheese and fancy sausages. The breakfast platter is full of delights from the Alpes, France and Italy and their bread is amazing as well. You can also buy all the ingredients in the shop and have your breakfast at home here as this is mainly a deli.

Proviant, Wühlischstr. 39a, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain

Open Mon-Fri 9-20h, Sat 10-18h, Sun 11-17h

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Prenzlauer Berg


Betty ‘n Caty

This charming cafe in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg will seduce you with their yummy avocado sandwhiches and the delicious porridge variations. They also have an amazing strawberry-rhubard-crumble that you need to try!

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Betty’n Caty, Knaackstr. 8, 10405 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg

Open Mon-Fri 8-18h, Sat 9-18h, Sun 10-18h

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Spreegold is still one of my most recommended places, mainly because it has so many different options that it is hard to be disappointed here. Love the pancakes, all the different egg dishes, the porridge, the cakes and the different paleo dishes on the menu. They have 3 different cafes, but the one at Stargarder is by far my favorite.

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Spreegold 02

Spreegold, Stargarder Straße 82, 10437 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg

Open daily 8-24h

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Which places do you like for breakfast? We certainly only covered a small part of all of Berlin. Feel free to recommend additional places in the comments below.

Frank by Frank
on June 13th, 2015
updated on June 25th, 2016
in Cafés, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Mitte, Neukölln, Prenzlauer Berg

13 Responses to “10 Awesome Places for Breakfast & Brunch in Berlin”

  1. Ludovica Says:

    I also had amazing breakfast/brunches at Chipps! Jägerstraße 35, 10117
    Not even expensive!

  2. finkabut Says:

    Nalu Diner on Dunckerstraße 80, in PBerg. American breakfast served all day!!!

  3. David Says:

    You should try brunch at Alaska Bar, Reuterstr. 85 in Neukölln! Delicious vegan buffet.

  4. Hedda Says:

    Kafé morgenrot at kastannienalle in Mitte is the beeeest! Vegan/vegeterian and cheap, the best vegan brunch u can find

  5. Caro Says:

    Boah, ich will nach BERLIN!!!
    Liebe Grüße!


  6. Kkk Says:

    Djimalaya at invalidenstr 159 in mitte – nothing better than their hummus, shakshuka and the fresh juices. Its dogs friendly! I love it there for brunch all day

  7. Samson Says:

    Nalu Diner in Dunckerstr 80a p.berg. definitely one of the best breakfasts in town…!

  8. Helmut Says:

    The Melbourne Cantine closed down for good…

  9. Frank Frank Says:

    it’s corrected. sad to hear it though ;(

  10. Near Says:

    Wow, great breakfast places in Berlin, thanks!

  11. Loulouberlin Says:

    C’mon guys…
    I tried Nalu Diner: very, very average food…
    I tried Djimalaya: not great at all and expensive for Berlin. There is much better similar food above in weinbergsweg (left side, forgot the name, small place).

  12. Bicek Says:

    Hi Guys!
    Try AtayaCaffe in Zelter str.6 Prenzlauerberg .
    It’s a cosy and gemütlich cafe’ in a quiet area a little bit far from the “chic area”.
    They make an incredible Vegan (SUNDAY)brunch (the most tasty and hight quality I ‘d ever had !)it’s a fusione between African and Italian cuisine. For what you get it’s really cheap ,only 12€.
    Every Saturday they make also a glorious vegan buffet breakfast.
    Just try out!
    *children play area.

  13. clarita Says:

    Danke für die tollen Fotos. Sind auf meiner Merkliste :)

    Gutes Frühstücken in Berlin ist möglich. Viele Cafes getestet, aber nur wenige konnten überzeugen. Zu den genannten Locations kann ich noch das Benedict in der Uhlandstr. empfehlen.

    clarita | https://la-vita-e-bella.de/berlin/food/

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