The Best Brunch Spots In Moabit, Germany

© Hans Richter/Flickr
© Hans Richter/Flickr
We give you a guide of the brunch spots in Moabit, one of the lesser explored districts of Berlin – from small owner-run gems to corners of patisserie prowess in which to spend your weekends.
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Cafe, Patisserie, German, Tea , Vegetarian
Fiaker Kaffeerösterei, Berlin
Fiaker Kaffeerösterei, Berlin | © Basheer Tome/Flickr
If there is one place in Moabit that would make you want to sit and read a newspaper all afternoon, this would be it. Fiaker has not only a wonderful brunch selection, but exceptional cakes and coffee. With a charming atmosphere and a lovely little terrace, it does not have the feeling you are anywhere near a chaotic capital city. Instead, it feels like a place to spend long, lazy Sundays with good company. Whether that company is people you know, or something from the patisserie selection, that is up to you.
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Bar, Cafe, Restaurant, German, Vegan, $$$
This little gem is a charming addition to Moabit. With homemade cakes, scones, and gluten-free and vegan options, Tirrée is a warm and welcoming place for breakfast, brunch, or to come back to for a drink in the evening. They often have art exhibitions around the cafe, showcasing local Berlin artists, as well as the permanent feature of papier mâché animal light decorations. For the sheer fact that it is not possible to fully explain what that might look like, take a brunch break and pile into one of the eclectic armchairs one weekend.
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Café Moabit

Cafe, German, Tea , Vegetarian
Café Moabit, 55 Emdener Str
Café Moabit, 55 Emdener Str | © Crunch Kantine | Courtesy of Michael Kavanagh
Café Moabit has both an amazing atmosphere and one of the best brunches in the area. With its quirky decor and a homey feel, it’s a perfect place to stop for coffee and cake or something more filling. It’s a true Kiez cafe, nurturing local projects and has exciting events on in the evenings. If you want to learn more about the area, or to stop for some of the best coffee in the district, this spot is ideal.
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Crunch Kantine

Crunch Kantine is a wholesome vegetarian buffet offering hearty and healthy plates to those who steer clear of carnivorous tendencies. Having opened in December 2015, Crunch Kantine is garnering attention for their simple yet delicious options. Offering a few a la carte options, and with takeaway options available as well, Crunch Kantine makes it all too easy to eat well. There are plenty of vegan options, too.

Crunch Kantine, Siemensstrasse 16, Berlin, Germany


Restaurant, European, $$$
A quiet spot for breakfast a few minutes from Turmstrasse, ProMo offers an a calm place to pause in a delightful setting. It’s also not far from the Tiergarten. With homemade smoothies like the Kiwi Kiss and Polynesian Power Punch, it is a place to enjoy delcious drinks and catch a break from the chaos. Offering cheese plates, platters, and bagels, ProMo does the classic breakfast choices in a charming, laid-back setting.
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Coffee Break

Cafe, German
A small warm and welcoming cafe, Coffee Break has character and quality in one. Renowned for the crepes and exceptional coffee, this cozy corner run by Violetta Tryba is a local favorite. With the owner on hand making exceptional coffee, and hosting a Polish evening once a month, this place has charm and character. They also make an excellent breakfast here.
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Cafe, Restaurant, German, Mediterranean, Vegetarian, Vegan, $$$
A lovely, laid-back spot for brunch, Lichtblick offer breakfast all through the week, but their speciality is their Sunday Brunch Buffet. With German classics and an extensive range of choices, this cozy cafe is a wonderful option for a weekend breakfast. This is especially true if the weather is nice and you can sit outside. Lichtblick is also worth checking for their cocktails and wienerschnitzel, making it a spot visited by many locals.
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