+49 (0)30 4431 7844
There used to be a lot of open venues called ‘Kollektiv’ in Berlin but unfortunately they are slowly disappearing. However in Prenzlauer Berg you can still find this cafe and it’s the real stuff, not the gentrified version. From Thursday to Sunday, they serve a very good brunch here and you can eat as much as you like for a price between 6 and 12 euros, depending on the state of your wallet. Bring your punk attitude.
+49 (0)30 6272 7732
In the still very working class neighbourhood of Neukölln, you’ll find this wonderful restaurant and bar, where you must try the epic Sunday brunch. The cooking style is rooted in the classic French cuisine, but with a radical and modern twist. They also have biodynamic wines and they make their own bitter.
Silo produces speciality coffee and is an ideal place to go before or after strolling around the flea market on the Boxhagener Platz. It’s one of the few really good breakfast places in Friedrichshain.
Tomasa Villa Kreuzberg
+49 (0)30 8100 9885
Tomasa has been elected as one of the best breakfast restaurants in Berlin by Prinz magazine. The 19th-century red brick fairytale villa is located near the fantastic Victoriapark and it also has a beautiful courtyard and view on a little zoo. It’s also extremely child friendly.
+49 (0)30 9940 40997
On the ground floor of the brand-new Max Brown Hotel you’ll find the first breakfast only restaurant in Berlin. Benedict is already famous in Tel-Aviv where they have four restaurants. Their mission: to spread the message of 24-hours-a-day breakfast to the world! Open from 7 am till 11 pm, but soon they will be open 24/07. Insanely popular so make a reservation.