In 1999 Heinrich Fassbender and Wilhelm Rausch came up with Fassbender & Rausch Chocolatiers, one of the biggest chocolate house in the world. The chocolates and desserts are only produced using premium cocoa without compromising on quality. They also have a bar and restaurant at the venue which serves delicious chocolate cakes and drinks along with salads and main-course dishes. Their chocolate desserts offer rich visual appeal besides the luxurious textures and flavours that melt in the mouth. Fassbender & Rausch also displays scale models of famous landmarks and crafts cherubs, models, houses and other sculptures using chocolate. Do stop at their Demonstration Kitchen where expert chocolatiers will exhibit the art of preparing truffles, mould chocolates, and pralines.
The name Marjellchen doesn't roll easy on the tongue, but wait until you taste some of the offerings here. The menu at this Wilmersdorf eatery is dominated by traditional German dishes. Although the menu is slightly more geared towards meat and poultry preparations, there is also a good selection of vegetarian fare available as well. The restaurant sports a relaxed yet elegant vibe, thanks to soothing, earthy hues that dominate the decor. The service is nice and friendly, whereas the delicious food is fairly priced. Top picks here include the Fillet Pot, which is beef and pork incorporated with potatoes smothered in drool-worthy, East-Prussian sauces, and any of the pizzas.
Green Tea Café Mamecha is a Japanese tea-room style cafe that is often frequented by the artsy and tea-lovers of Berlin. The decor of the cafe is modern yet simplistic, with the patio being a good place to relax on a lovely sunny day. They have a variety of teas available, such as Hojicha, Kyo Bancha and Sencha, along with Japanese inspired fusion coffees, beverages and ice cream. One can also enjoy a light meal here, and order their salads and soups.
The beauty of this restaurant lies in its simplicity. The whitewashed walls, sculptures and plants provide an agreeable atmosphere in which guests can appreciate the fine macrobiotic and vegetarian cuisine. Quiches and grain dishes are the staples of the menu, which, thanks to its Italian owner, has a distinctly Mediterranean touch. The restaurant offers a tasty Sunday brunch. Cooking courses are also offered.
Standing in a quiet lane in the tourist-trodden Kreuzberg, this stylish coffeeshop is a favorite with locals as well as tourists. Flowing white spaces and a minimalistic decor characterizes the modern interior, giving it an airy feel. Contemporary lighting options and fashionable furniture adds to the stylish vibe and an all-glass facade allows ample natural light during daytime and affords excellent people-watching opportunities. Besides the top-notch coffee, Westberlin also offers a fine selection of sandwiches and delicious baked goodies. The selection of magazines and books available at the cafe offers stellar company.
Savor fresh, homemade Mediterranean delicacies at Weinblatt. This charming cafe and deli offers a delectable selection of staples including a variety of spreads, pastas, salads, bread and mezze alongside daily specials. All of the food is prepared fresh daily, using recipes that have been passed down from one generation to the next. With its casual decor and inviting charm, Weinblatt invites you to linger and enjoy the vibrant flavors of authentic Mediterranean-Turkish cuisine. The deli offers a range of prepared meals, tea, coffee and wine that can be enjoyed in the comfort of your home. Custom plates are offered as well so feel free to mix and match for a plate that is packed with deliciousness.
The comforting warmth of a bowl full of soup is incomparable. Working on this insight, Soup Kultur Alexanderplatz has been delighting its patrons with their soulful broths and stews for a long time now. The soup bar has several options for you, from meat to cheese, select the one that warms your heart the most. This is a place where hungry tourists as well as locals stop by for a quick and wholesome lunch. They have plenty of space to sit either inside or on their extended patio. If you wish, you can take-out your order and enjoy the goodness of the soups in the comfort of your home. In addition, they serve pasta and rice dishes.
Burritos! Although an unlikely offering in the larger context of Germany, within its cozy Mitte nest, Dolores’ Cali-Mex flavor fits like a glove. It’s not exactly fast food, but it’s not really a sit-down meal either. It’s a quick, filling and delicious stop during an excursion in Mitte, but you might also grab a burrito to-go and eat it on the way to another destination. Apart from burritos, the menu serves quesadillas, salads and soups as well.
Coffee Fellows Alexanderplatz opened in 2013 and is the seventh coffee house of the brand in the city. Sip on Latte Macchiato, Vanilla Macchiato, Espresso, Cafe Americana, Cafe Latte and Sirups made from freshly roasted Arabica beans. Tea lovers can try their Chai Tea flavors. Munch on delicious bagel sandwiches with your beverages and satisfy your hunger pangs.
Berliner Marcus Bräu is a microbrewery and German restaurant that specializes in two beer varieties. Guests can enjoy their original brews known as Marcus Bräu Dark and Marcus Bräu Pils, and specialty liquors like Himmlische Liebe made from grapefruit and Kräuter- König infused with herbal flavors. These beverages go well with European classics such as Flambéed Pork Filet, Budapest Schnitzel, Bauernbrot Bread and Apple Dream Tart. The ambiance is rustic and features checkered tiles, arched doors, dim lighting and wooden accents. Guests can also hire the pub and restaurant for private functions, along with a catering menu that includes wild boar and suckling pig dishes.
There is nothing more delectable than creamy donuts and a cup of hot coffee for breakfast, perhaps that is the reason why Dunkin' Donuts throws their door open to patrons from early in the morning. Dunkin' Donuts have carved a niche for themselves, some believe that there are only two types of donuts in the world, Dunkin' Donuts and the others. The gooey chocolate dripping out of them, the adorable sprinkles on top and the creative shapes that make your day special, all of these and more are the attributes of a Dunkin' Donut. Go grab a few for yourself because no one can eat just one Dunkin' Donut.
Café Oliv is regarded as one of the top breakfast spots in Mitte. It is a small and cozy cafe serving delightful specials such as fruit muesli and sandwiches, salads and more. Their coffee is freshly brewed, strong and leaves a lingering taste, in addition they serve teas and their specialty Kashmir Chai. Café Oliv is a perfect spot to grab a heavenly breakfast with family or friends. The interiors of the place have a Scandinavian decor, it is brightly lit and the large windows give you a perfect view of the lively neighborhood. During summers, breakfast can be enjoyed on the extended patio. The prices can be a bit steep but the ambiance, friendly service and scrumptious food makes it worth it.