The Berlin Brunch Diaries
One thing I love more than fashion is, of course, a good old brunch, all the better if in a foreign city enjoying what local twists can be added to the best meal of the day. Berlin brought many surprises as the German capital would be better known for its sausages, beer and quirky style as opposed to tasty treats and coffee.
Roamers, Pannierstraße 64, 12043 Berlin
Roamers came as a must-visit recommendation from a good friend of mine that swore by the avocado creations and poached eggs, even warning me to be prepared to queue as the secret is out regarding the killer menu, quaint setting and affordable prices. We didn’t want to leave and even stayed for extra coffees to keep us going after our 7am flight from Dublin.
PS. The french toast may have been even better than how the French do it.
Beakers, Dunckerstraße 69, 10437 Berlin
One word – pancakes. For hungover heads this chilled out haunt will be much appreciated as the cosy setting, low lights and in-house puppy (I kid you not, her name is Layla!) will have you feeling good in no time. Not only can you fill in your own menu, customised with your name, but you can also add whatever your heart desires to create a delicious meal that won’t disappoint.
Spreegold, Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 2, 10178 Berlin
This place was so good we actually came here twice. The self-service style canteen still manages to be incredibly rustic and is what we imagined a restaurant created by Urban Outfitters would resemble – raw pieces of wood, comfy couches and interesting menus. Nothing is in English but everything is good, especially the fresh juices and smoothies.
To see my blog on the best brunches in Paris, click here!
I would love to hear of any other places that people have tried out in Berlin for my next visit, whenever it shall be