1. Cafe Kraft
Hey, coffee lovers! At Cafe Kraft in Prenzlauer Berg, every drink gets the attention it deserves. In addition to all sorts of espresso and filter coffee drinks, freshly brewed teas and chai, the cafe also features an array of homemade snacks. And if you're still looking for a place to go for Sunday brunch, you've found the spot here.
What a combination: traditional Japanese dishes and decor with playful retro charm. The new restaurant Nihombashi on Weinbergsweg is clearly all about contrasts. So if you're looking for some place new, but would like to go the safe route when it comes to the food, you definitely head here.
Neumanns In Friedrichshain not only offers top-notch coffee and cake to fall in love in with, but also tried-and-tested home-style cooking. Whether you discover something entirely new or combine something old in new ways, you're going to love the homemade sourdough bread with choice of buffalo mozzarella, warm goat cheese, braised spinach, and much more!
If you need refreshment as temperatures begin to soar, you'll want to check out dóttir in Berlin's Mitte district, serving up Nordic-Icelandic cuisine at its finest. So how about Norwegian lobster with parsnips and roasted pears and a Danish apple compote with macaroon and rice pudding for dessert? Bon appetit!
If the name BLACKBEARDS conjures up visions of whopping burgers, ribs, and pulled pork, you won't be disappointed. The handmade barbecue restaurant serves perfectly cooked meat with a pleasant smoky taste and a one-of-a-kind tenderness. The bar also leaves nothing to be desired. Just the right thing for a relaxing summer's evening!