One half of Comer en Berlin has just moved to a new house and a new neighborhood. In Berlin, moving to a different neighborhood is almost like living in a different city. Each one of Berlin neighborhoods, and even the kiezs, have their own peculiarities, customs and, of course, different food profiles. So, obviously, one of the first things that I do when I move it’s explore the cafes, restaurants and grocery shops in the area. I am quite a breakfast person, so finding good bakeries and breakfast spots tends to be on top of my list of priorities. Well, Neumanns Cafe is definitely my first neighborhood crush. Homemade bread and nice coffee, five minutes away from my house, I’m sold. Keep on reading if you want to find out more about one of the best places for breakfast in Friedrichshain.
They offer a nice seasonal menu with really interesting toasts and other dishes, such as salad, omelet, scrambled eggs and muesli. Their dishes are delicious, simple and focused on using top quality produce. We strongly recommend the spinach toast, poached eggs on sautéed spinach, brandada and a warm slice of sourdough, simply to die for. All the toasts come with a side of salad and roasted veggies, more than enough for a healthy and filling brunch.
We also encourage you to try their coffee, they have Andraschko beans, one of the most iconic roasters in town. You can also find their coffee at Mogg (our go-to place for pastrami sandwiches).
The cafe is in the boxi area, next to Boxhanger Platz, one of the busiest parts of Friedrichshain. The space is bright and cozy, decorated with wooden furniture and lots of flowers. Without any doubt the perfect place to spend a morning working on your computer or just chilling and enjoying a calm brunch.
What? Neummans / /
Where? Gabriel-Max-Straße 18, 10245 Berlin
When? Mon-Fri: 9.30-18h, Sat. & Sun. 10-19h.
How much? € dishes between 5-9 €, drinks 2-5€ approx.
What else? Veggie friendly, quiet and charming.