11 Cafes where you can get fantastic cinnamon buns with fun in berlin

Unfortunately, these prejudices about Berlin are true

Every time I go to the office Time for bread I walk past and the smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls comes into my nose, I am blown away and would love to buy a whole tray of sweet snails. Anyone who knows me knows: I have a great weakness for pastries with cinnamon, for a while I even looked for Big Red chewing gum and made myself a cup of the Pukka cinnamon tea every day. For me there is hardly anything better than oven-fresh Cinnamon Buns or, as the Swedes call them, Kanelbullar – and I’m definitely not the only one. If you like cinnamon in combination with butter and yeast dough as much as I do, you should check out these 11 cafes, here you will find particularly delicious cinnamon buns.

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Who often goes to Coffee 9 goes, ever in Annelies was breakfast, the Danish at Buy yourself happy loves and at Tinman on Torstrasse loves to eat the sourdough bread, it tastes delicious Albatross Pastries come. We love the croissants, breads and the sweet messes of the small bakery that opened its café on Graefestrasse in May 2018. At the weekends, they open their doors and sell their oven-fresh and hot goods.

  • Albatross
  • Graefestrasse 66/67 10967 Berlin
  • Monday & Sunday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
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© LuLa Deli Deluxe | Facebook breakfast and lunch at the LuLa Deli Deluxe

In terms of cuisine, Friedenau flies under the radar. Completely wrong, in our opinion. In LuLa Deli, a cute little café, you not only get great breakfast creations, but also hearty and warm dishes. Only the freshest products are used. Everything organic and everything regional, if not homemade. There are new specials on the menu every month. Just a stone’s throw away is the LuLa café on the market, where bread and cinnamon rolls are baked, among other things. Off to Friedenau!

  • LuLa Deli Deluxe
  • Lauterstraße 14-15 / corner of Niedstraße, 12159 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 8.30 am – midnight, Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 9 am to midnight
  • More info

© Daliah Hoffmann Homemade cakes and coffee from their own roast in coffee cherries

coffee cherry is a small Berlin roaster including a café on Adalbertstrasse in Kreuzberg. In August 2017, the second shop was added and thus more space. In a former pharmacy on Kottbusser Damm, you can now enjoy homemade cakes, self-roasted specialty coffee (the roaster is right next door) and much more in the light-flooded café with rustic wooden furniture and hanging plants.

  • Coffee cherry roastery
  • Böckhstrasse 30, 10967 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m., Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
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© Daliah Hoffmann Avocado toast and poached eggs in the coffee bar

In the coffee bar not only do you get incredibly good coffee, which you can also take away in environmentally friendly deposit cups, but also really delicious breakfast. In addition to various egg dishes, home-made delicious cakes and particles, as well as avocado balls and other sandwiches are waiting for you. The gluten enemies among you have also been considered, because there is also gluten-free bread! In addition, the sun shines in the morning in front of the shop, so you can enjoy some of the rare sun rays there even in winter.

  • coffee bar
  • Graefestrasse 8, 10967 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 7.30am – 6pm, Saturday – Sunday: 9.30am – 6pm
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© Café Stockholm Fairtrade Coffee and Swedish delicacies in Café Stockholm

The Café Stockholm is used by regular guests too "Beyond Sweden" called and is located in the basement. In addition to breakfast and Swedish pastries, you can also get Fairtrade coffee and tasty sourdough sandwiches from Brodowin. If you want to replenish your pantry at home, you can also buy homemade jams, crispbread and many other foods in the café.

  • Café Stockholm
  • Kollwitzstrasse 74, 10435 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Sunday: 10 am–6pm
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© Dinah & Daliah Hoffmann feasting on cinnamon rolls while having time for bread in Charlottenburg

ZIMTSCHNECKEN, you really don’t have to write more about this location. The other snails are of course pretty cool – just like the freshly baked bread, of course. Oh yes, of course there is also very good coffee. You can also watch the production in the glass bakery on site. But don’t forget: cinnamon rolls! Try! Immediately! There are now four branches in Berlin at Alte Schönhauser Straße 4 (center), Eberswalder Straße 26 (Prenzlauer Berg), Weinbergsweg 2 (center) and Konstanzer Straße 1 (Charlottenburg).

  • Time for bread Charlottenburg
  • Konstanzer Strasse 1, 10707 Berlin
  • Monday – Friday: 7 am to 8 pm, Saturday: 8 am to 8 pm, Sunday: 8 am to 6 pm
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© Sironi | Facebook Italian bread art at Sironi – Il Pane di Milano

Sironi is Italian baking art in Berlin. Anyone who has ever been to Markt 9 knows Il Pane di Milano. The smell from the stoves fills the whole room in the morning. As with some other bakeries, this is also about transparency and you have an insight into the production facility. The large, crispy loaves with air holes are baked exclusively with mulino-marino flour from northern Italy, but not only with wheat, but also with spelled, einkorn, kamut, maize, etc. There is also hearty and sweet focaccia, ciabatta, pizza … and for Christmas of course Panettone! It’s worth a look.

  • Sironi
  • Eisenbahnstrasse 42/43, 10997 Berlin
  • Monday Wednesday & Friday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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© Daliah Hoffmann Coffee in Scandinavian at Populus Coffee

Finns drink the most coffee worldwide – it is clear that they are very familiar with the subject. So also in the Finnish roasting plant Populus Coffee on the Maybachufer. Here you will find great, rather fruity Finnish and Scandinavian roasts of predominantly African beans and all the necessary utensils for the perfect coffee in your own kitchen.

  • Populus Coffee
  • Maybachufer 20, 12045 Berlin
  • Tuesday – Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm, Saturday: 11am – 6pm
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© Daliah Hoffmann Swedish pancakes, cinnamon rolls and breakfast in the Okay Café

The Okay Café is much more than just okay, it’s great! In the café near the banks of the Maybach there are Swedish delicacies such as cinnamon rolls, plättar (Swedish pancakes), homemade cakes and breakfast dishes such as grilled cheese, omelette, granola bowl and French toast. Everyone started with homemade semla, which the owner and head chef Makki sold at street food markets. The Semla, cardamom rolls with cream, are still available here during Lent.

  • Ok café
  • Pflügerstrasse 68, Neukölln
  • Tuesday – Friday: 9 am to 6 pm, Saturday & Sunday: 10 am–7pm
  • More info

© Jule Richter Semla, cinnamon rolls and cakes in the Valentin café

In the pretty café in Neukölln you can soothe your craving for Kanelbullar. In addition to the delicious Swedish pastries, there are also homemade cakes, pancake towers with chocolate sauce and hearty salads. Especially in winter you can make yourself really comfortable here with tea and cinnamon buns.

  • Café Valentin
  • Sanderstrasse 13, 12047 Berlin
  • Wednesday – Saturday: 10am to 6pm, Sunday: 11am to 6pm
  • More info

© Pexels Eat tasty breads with goat cheese and pear in the Liebling café

Coffee made from happy beans, best bread with goat cheese and pear, unbeatable cake and a sweet, French waiter. Do we need more arguments? in the favorite There is also relaxed music, it is also bright and if you are lucky, Friedrich Mücke comes around the corner.

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