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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.
The restaurant Blaues Band is located right in the middle of Berlin. It’s just a 2-minute walk from Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz and a 5-minute-walk from Alexanderplatz. From the terrace in front of the restaurant, you have a great view on the famous Fernsehturm. You can come here for a typical German meal coupled with some drinks and cocktails. If you like a special ambience, try coming here on a Sunday at 9p; every week, there’s a film screening at this time. If you want to have dinner with a bigger group, you should reserve a menu and a table, because it’s normally quite crowded.
The Barn is a small, cozy cafe in Mitte which serves some of the best coffee in town, alongside a small selection of rustic foods and cakes. The theme is country life, and the staff all wear flannel shirts that are meant to suggest unpretentious rural folk. While the clientele doesn't always fit in with the theme, the coffee, cakes and small meals are worth the effort of braving the crowds of wealthy urbanites. The service is very good, and the coffee really is a highlight, with a distinct Antipodean influence in the flat white coffee and in the English accents of the staff. They also run a lunchtime delivery service, delivering sandwiches to businesses in the area.
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.
This historic building in the heart of Kreuzberg was built by Conrad Kaiser in 1865. Until it finally went bankrupt in 1957, it was a popular coffee house famous for its delicious cakes. After reopening as a typical Kreuzberg eatery several years later, the choice of cakes is nowadays rather small, but are very delicious and tempting.
Einstein cafés are now everywhere, on Unter den Linden and Hackescher Markt. But the original Café Einstein is situated in one of the few remaining 19th-century villas in the old bourgeois quarter near Nollendorfplatz. Inside the orange brick facade, the entrance hall is clad in yellow marble. The main hall of the coffee house has dark floorboards and the walls are painted in a subtle peach. And outside, a leafy courtyard garden awaits you.
Named after one of Europe's favorite traditional dessert Café Baumkuchen is a perfect place to grab a scrumptious and wholesome breakfast with family and friends. There are a variety of special dishes to try from pastas, salads, bagels and more. Do not forget to try the signature Baumkuchen, they have different varieties of the dessert but all of them are creamy and utterly delicious. The decor at the cafe is quite modern, it can accommodate smaller groups and you can enjoy your meals overlooking the beautiful streets of the Mitte district through their large, glass windows.
Glass is one of the recent additions to the Berlin's diverse and rich culinary circuit. This fine dining restaurant boasts of an uber cool decor complete with metallic drapes and interesting fusion of metal and glass. If you are impressed with the interiors, wait for the menu, featuring exotic dishes from all over the globe and a contemporary twist to traditional recipes, Glass certainly manages to please even the most discerning diner. While you enjoy the delectable eight course meal, the highlight is the awe-inspiring desserts that please the eyes as well as your palate. Crepe with chestnuts and plums or the dessert Chocolate & Textures will completely bowl you over. A business luncheon or a lunch date, Glass will surely impress your dining company.