Backstreet brunch in Berlin? Roamers is the way to go.
If you fancy a leisurely start to your day, head over to Roamers. A rustic brunch spot boasting charm, character and huge breakfasts, Roamers is tucked away in the backstreets of Neukölln, in the South-East of the city.
There are loads of tasty options at Roamers, with a long menu of homemade cakes, freshly made juices, artisan coffee and brunch. All their coffee is made through an old electra machine and the apple, ginger and mint juice is thirst-quenching and refreshing.
Depending on whether you fancy something sweet or savoury, we can heartily recommend the French toast and the sunny side eggs. Three pieces of French toast are stacked and topped with caramelized pear, fresh berries and crème-fraiche. The sunny side eggs are served on a huge tray, with avocado, sourdough bread, mixed salad, delicious homemade hummus and roasted tomatoes.
This is a great place to recharge your batteries and watch the world go by, but hoards of hungry Berliners and tourists flock to this place, so be prepared to queue and to wait a while for your table!