I’ve been eating a ton of breakfasts in Berlin – starting from the 2003 all-you-can-eat brunch buffet with sweaty cheese in Friedrichshain to the 2016 2hrs-min wait-time at the hottest pop-up in a deserted factory in Moabit. I love my classics as much as I love a playful and creative menu. I value good coffee as much as its alternatives. So here’s my choice of breakfast excellency: From a quick Simit in Kreuzberg to extended Palestinian-Israeli feasts in Prenzlauer Berg, Southeast Asian twists on brunch classics in Neukölln as well as the classic German Frühstück in the West.
This guide covers 42 different locations in Berlin to satisfy your morning hunger: From quick & easy places when time is short but cravings are high, to slow & indulgent brunch options that you wish would last all day. All of these locations cater to the vegetarians, and there are extra markers for vegan, vegan-friendly, gluten-free friendly menus, as well as those with boozy drinks on offer.
The guide is available as a download PDF and is offered via Gumroad – click here to buy the English guide for 3,90 Euro.
You’ll receive an email with a link to download the pdf to whatever device you need it on.
What you get
A pdf for immediate download with 14 pages filled with 42 recommendations all over the city, that means there are
- 16 places for a Quick & Easy breakfast (from donuts and smoothie bowls to mosabbaha and congee),
- 19 places that serve you a Slow & Indulgent experience every day, and
- 7 places that are there for you and your big hunger on weekends only.
Each place has a description, addresses, url, price level, link to google maps, and markers for vegan friendly and gluten-free friendly food.
None of the recommended spots have paid to be in this guide, there are no ads or other sponsored entries.
Publishing Date: December 2019