The Best Breakfast And Brunch Spots In Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

Prenzlauer Berg © Jean-Marc Bolfing
Prenzlauer Berg © Jean-Marc Bolfing
Prenzlauer Berg makes up a section of the Pankow district in northeast Berlin. It is one of the most changed districts of former East Berlin after the reunification of Germany, having experienced rapid gentrification during the last few decades. Its now home to a large number of shops, cafés and restaurants and is a great location to enjoy a relaxed breakfast or brunch. Here’s our favorites.
Berlin Prenzlauer Berg © K.H.Reichert

Cafe Anna Blume

Cafe, Restaurant, Vegan, Vegetarian, $$$
Cafe Anna Blume is a charming corner decorated with flowers in Prenzlauer Berg. It has a nice view of the neighborhood and offers delicious breakfast and a delightful Sunday brunch. Some of the delicious breakfast options include croissants and a variety of egg dishes, as well as vegetarian and vegan options. The Sunday brunch includes a selection of breads, jams, spreads and cheeses. Try the Anna Blume Special for two or four people.
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Restaurant, Russian, $$$
This famous Russian restaurant serves fresh food in a nice surroundings and a quiet terrace. Pasternak offers interesting daily breakfast options based on the Russian culinary tradition, from sirniki (Russian curd pancakes with jam, fruit and sour cream) to Iolochos(organic scrambled eggs with Russian sausage, fried potatoes,salted cucumbers, butter and bread). Plus there’s a varied Sunday brunch buffet from 9 am to 3 pm.
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Pappa e Ciccia

Restaurant, Italian, $$$
Prenzlauer Berg
Prenzlauer Berg | © zoetnet
This certified organic Sicilian restaurant Pappa e Ciccia has a strong reputation, with nice simple furniture, lovely staff and great tastes. You have to make a reservation to enjoy its weekend brunch. But its worth the effort, with beautifully dressed vegetables, organic eggs with fresh herbs and bacon, as well as olives and bruschetta.
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Bakery, Cafe, German, 0
Beakers is a café-bar in the Dunckerstrasse of Prenzlauer Berg, serving breakfast until 4 pm. It is a comfortable place with good vibes in a great setting. You have to try the delicious fluffy pancakes, or for something more savory the fried eggs with cheese, the fresh fruits and salads, all accompanied by tasty coffee or tea.
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These recommendations were updated on January 28, 2019 to keep your travel plans fresh.