Boasting a fine array of gastronomic delights and an enchanting setting in the Rhine Valley, Düsseldorf is perfect for grabbing brunch or a late breakfast. Here, we take a look at some of the best spots in town.
Flowery cakes, roasted croissants, heart-shaped cookies, tennis sweet rolls and white or dark chocolate pralines are a marvelous way to start a day at the family owned Café Decker. A wonderland for sweet-toothed travelers, Decker bakes up cakes for every craving, so breakfast is versatile and delicious. One of the favorite pieces is the house special breakfast platter that makes any morning better with Norwegian salmon, wheat bread, butter and French cheese, while Prosecco is just the cherry on top.
Decker, Grafenberger Allee 368, 40235 Düsseldorf, Germany, +49 0211 665185
With splendid interiors and a soft spot for coffee lovers, Bazzar is a café where minimalist meets delicious. The architecture and arrangements bring some nostalgic shapes, colors and patterns in a modern setting, from concept, brand, chair designs to coffee beans in foam shapes. The breakfast is no less than an international mélange of omelets and fresh veggies, German sausages, English beans and Italian Truffle salami.
Bazzar Café, Schlüterstraße 3A, Düsseldorf, Germany, +49 0211 6988372
A minimalist 1960s Scandinavian interior design with an incredible sixth sense for daring and exquisite international cuisine. Healthy choices abound, as the light, the traditional and the spicy come together here to create a ravishing menu. From red curry with ginger papaya, marinated tofu, roasted nuts and jasmine rice, to summer salads with fried herbs, ratatouille with savory couscous, mint yogurt and parsley, there’s always something new to try at Nooij!
Nooij, Hoffeldstr. 37, Düsseldorf, Germany, + 49 211 6986689
Especially made for carnivores, the food here is a medley of meat. The joint is essentially a grill that grills everything there is to grill, from juicy burgers to kebabs and lamb chops. Prinzengrill is placed in a practical and chic caravan so that the delicacies can travel wherever the guests may be. Lunch times are always busy; a burst of curry sausages and spicy sauces.
Opening hours: Mon to Fri 7.45am – 3pm
Watch out for: Curry sausages
Prinzengrill, Willstätterstraße, Düsseldorf, Germany, +49 01523 7236083