My 15 Delicious Vegan Brunch Berlin Favourites

As a vegetarian living in Berlin, I’m a big fan of brunch. And I’m not alone. Brunch is a huge thing in Berlin, especially on weekends!

The good news is that it’s incredibly easy to find vegan brunch options in Berlin. In fact, there are so many great places to choose from that it can be hard to narrow it down. That’s why I’ve put together this list of my 15 vegan brunch Berlin faves for anyone coming to the city!

From classic brunch dishes like pancakes and waffles to more unique options like tofu scramble and jackfruit tacos, there’s something for everyone on this vegan Frühstücken Berlin list!

Vegan Brunch Berlin: My 17 Favourites

1. Factory Girl

My very first vegan breakfast Berlin restaurant was Factory Girl. I loved everything about this Berlin cafe – from the food, its location and the vibe. Let’s say the bench was set very high after visiting here.

  • 📍Auguststraße 29c in Mitte district
  • 🕗 Monday to Friday 9 AM to 3 PM, Weekends 9 AM to 4 PM | Card only
  • 🌿all-day vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free options with a nod to Mediterranean flavours
  • 🍽️I had the must-try healthy Shakshuka (and it’s the best in Berlin), while my husband had vegan pancake (which he devoured)
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: stroll the nearby streets of Auguststraße and Linienstraße filled with boutique shops, galleries and bookshops

2. Steel Vintage Bikes Cafe

Given my husband’s unwavering passion for bikes and coffee, discovering this cafe was a no-brainer for us. The ambiance is effortlessly cool, adorned with vintage bikes and available bike parts, creating a laid-back dining space that perfectly complements the overall vibe.

  • 📍Auguststraße 91 in Mitte district
  • 🕗 Monday to Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM
  • 🌿all-day almost vegetarian and vegan menu that offers pancakes, veggie bowls, and open-face sandwiches
  • 🍽️ I had avocado toast with poached eggs and my husband had roasted chicken called Bradley chicken sandwich
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: stroll the Oranienburger Str. which features some interesting architecture and Heckmann-Höfe an interior courtyard with shops and cafes

3. House of Small Wonder

Step inside this swoon-worthy cafe with its botanical wonderland atmosphere with a touch of Japanese influence. It’s a hidden gem in Berlin. The all-day brunch menu is almost all vegan or vegetarian and features a cocktail of the day. If you forced me to pick a favourite, this would be it!

  • 📍Auguststraße 11-13 in Mitte district
  • 🕗 Monday to Sunday 9 AM to 5 PM
  • 🌿all-day brunch menu with an additional lunch menu and cocktails
  • 🍽️I had the delicious Avocado Mash and my husband had the Two Eggs Potato Gratin
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: wander through the building, a former historic Jewish Girls School, and check out the CWC Gallery, an art gallery housed in the same building

4. Funk You – Natural Food

restaurant with plants at vegan breakfast in berlin

After passing by this irresistibly Instagrammable cafe countless times, I finally gave in to curiosity and stepped inside. The atmosphere exudes youthful energy, attracting a young, hipster crowd amidst charming tropical decor. It’s the perfect spot to catch up with a friend or settle in with your laptop for an extended stay.

  • 📍Rosenthaler Str. 23 in Mitte district
  • 🕗 Monday to Friday 7:30 AM to 8 PM, Saturday 9 AM to 8 PM, Sunday 9 AM to 6 PM
  • 🌿healthy breakfast and brunch options like smoothies, juices, protein bowls, avocado toast and mini cakes
  • 🍽️I had a smoothie to go which was yummy
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: Stroll Rosenthaler Str. and the connecting courtyards of Rosenhöfe

5. Father Carpenter

french toast with berries at vegan cafe berlin

Coffee aficionados, don’t miss this hidden gem – a coffee roaster and breakfast haven tucked away in an interior courtyard with stunning architecture. Whether you choose to bask in the inner courtyard’s charm or relax in the modern interior, this spot is delightful for your vegan breakfast in Berlin.

  • 📍 Münzstraße 21, in Mitte district
  • 🕗 Monday to Friday 9 AM to 6 PM, Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM, Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM
  • 🌿all-day brunch menu with classic choices like banana bread, eggs benedict and pancakes
  • 🍽️I had avocado toast with poached egg while my husband had banana bread french toast topped with berries
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: nearby shopping at Hackesche Höfe and a visit to the Anne Frank Museum are a must

6. Café Krone

oats with pancakes and juice for a vegan breakfast in berlin

The eclectic and vintage relaxed vibe of this place sets the ideal tone for a leisurely brunch. Whether you prefer sofa seating with low tables, cozy tables for one, or accommodating spaces for larger groups, this cafe warmly welcomes everyone.

  • 📍 Oderberger Str. 38 in Mitte district
  • 🕗 Monday to Friday 9 AM to 6 PM, Weekends 9 AM to 7 PM
  • 🌿all-day vegan breakfast menu with a lot of varied options with pancakes being their specialty and freshly squeezed juices (like strawberry banana)
  • 🍽️I had porridge and my husband had the popular Banana Joe pancakes
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: Check out the two nearby flea markets at Mauerpark and Arkonaplatz which is a popular thing to do on a Sunday in Berlin

7. Café Morgenrot

toast with avoocado, salad with fruit at vegan brunch berlin

This restaurant stands out for more than just its all-vegan menu; it doubles as an art gallery, showcasing the works of local artists. Beyond the culinary delights, it embraces a robust leftist social and political message centred on equality, inclusivity and protecting all rights.

  • 📍 Kastanienallee 85 in Prenzlauer Bergin district
  • 🕗 Tuesday to Thursday 3 PM to 1 AM, Friday to Saturday 11 AM to 2 AM, Sunday 11 AM to 11 PM | Cash only
  • 🌿all-day vegan options with a special weekend brunch menu
  • 🍽️I had their brunch Berlin Autumn plate which includes a tiny portion of eggs, hummus spreads, bread, and couscous salad
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: Explore the nearby flea markets at Mauerpark and Arkonaplatz, a popular Sunday activity in Berlin worth checking out

8. Café Neue Liebe

french toast with banana at vegan brunch berlin

Cozy perfectly encapsulates the essence of this vegan cafe, a cherished neighbourhood gem in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg. Drawing locals in with its warmth, it’s become a beloved favourite. The welcoming atmosphere is complemented by the genuine and friendly service that defines the experience here.

  • 📍 Rykestraße 42 in Prenzlauer Berg
  • 🕗 Monday to Friday 9 AM to 4:30 PM (except closed on Tuesdays) Weekends 9 AM to 6 PM
  • 🌿all-day vegan brunch menu with their bread and croissants being their specialty
  • 🍽️I had to try their french toast but was also tempted by the waffles
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: wander the trendy Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood with its charming streets, Wasserturm for the lookout viewpoint

9. Plant Base

pancakes at vegan breakfast in berlin

This Berlin vegan cafe is not just a chill hang-out space with cozy bookstore vibes; it’s also a favoured meeting spot for friends. Boasting an all-in-house menu crafted from locally sourced ingredients, this cafe has garnered a dedicated fan club. Securing a table at their café can be a challenge, attesting to its undeniable popularity.

  • 📍Prenzlauer Allee 208 in Prenzlauer Berg district
  • 🕗 Monday to Friday 9 AM to 3 PM, Weekends 9 AM to 4 PM
  • 🌿all-day vegan cafe with a small menu of smoothies, open-faced bagel sandwiches, vegan plates made up of a variety of snacking portions of hummus, veggies, fruit and tofu
  • 🍽️I had a smoothie which was delicious on a hot summer’s day
  • 💻 Trip Advisor review
  • Afterwards: wander the trendy Prenzlauer Berg neighbourhood with its charming streets, Wasserturm for the lookout viewpoint

10. Froindlichst

Whether you’re drawn to the sought-after outdoor terrace or captivated by the boho vibes inside, this all-vegan Berlin cafe is a must-visit, even for non-vegans. With a welcoming staff, an extensive menu, and mouthwatering dishes, this cafe effortlessly ticks all the boxes for a delightful dining experience.

  • 📍Immanuelkirchstraße 31 in Prenzlauer Berg district
  • 🕗 Monday to Friday 12 PM to 10 PM, Weekends 9:30 AM to 10 PM
  • 🌿all vegan menu featuring their house specialties of vegan bowls, juicy vegan burgers and vegan pizza. On weekends they are known for offering the best vegan brunch in Berlin with classics such as the English Breakfast
  • 🍽️I had Brad Fit – which had super yummy overnight oats as the highlight and my husband had the classic English Breakfast
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: stroll the boutique shops found along the streets of OderbergerStraße and Kastanienallee and visit Kulturbrauerei featuring a free museum where you can learn more about the differences between East and West Berlin

11. Greenfinch

vegan cafe in berlin with tables and chairs, people eating and plants

A modern, light, bright, space exuding coziness. Enjoy the convenience of self-ordering and with a bit of luck, you will find a spot in its limited yet inviting seating both indoors and outdoors.

  • 📍Käthe-Niederkirchner-Straße 10 in Prenzlauer Berg district
  • 🕗 Monday to Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM, Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday
  • 🌿all vegan menu with house specialties of their fluffy pancakes, grilled cheese sandwiches and vegan cheesecakes
  • 🍽️I enjoyed their insanely good homemade chai tea latte and a cheesecake
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: take a walk in one of Berlin’s most beautiful parks, Volkspark Friedrichshain

12. Café Mugrabi

The delicious aroma stopped me in my tracks. This Israeli restaurant boasts positive vibes with lively Indie music and a delightful outdoor sidewalk terrace. Coupled with the delectable cuisine, it’s undoubtedly a must-visit spot.

  • 📍Görlitzer Str. 58 in Kreuzberg district
  • 🕗 Monday to Wednesday 10 AM to 4 PM, Thursday to Sunday 10 AM to 6 PM
  • 🌿 plant-based menu with Middle Eastern flavours
  • 🍽️I had their authentic Shakshuka and my husband had the equally delicious Hamshuka
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: take a stroll in the nearby Görlitzer Park or along the Spree River, and nearby to the open-air museum of the East Side Gallery

13. Café Vux

soup at vegan cafe in berlin

This unassuming cafe, seemingly a local favourite, was bustling with activity on the day of my visit. I highly recommend choosing this spot for a satisfying vegan brunch if you’re in the area.

  • 📍Wipperstraße 14, in Neukollen district
  • 🕗 Wednesday to Saturday 12 PM to 6 PM, Sunday 12 AM to 5 PM
  • 🌿 all-vegan menu of bagel sandwiches and soups with delicious cakes
  • 🍽️I had their yummy pumpkin soup
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: take a stroll in the nearby Körnerpark, it’s small but lovely and has an art gallery on-site too

14. Hallesches Haus Store and Café

poached egg, roasted red pepper, hummus at vegan breakfast in berlin

Hallesches Haus is a unique blend of an independent store, cafe, and event venue housed in a stunning modern space featuring high ceilings, vaulted archways, and a private garden. A visit here is a must when in Berlin.

  • 📍Tempelhofer Ufer 1, in Kreuzberg district
  • 🕗 Wednesday to Sunday 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
  • 🌿 almost all plant-based brunch menus feature healthy plates of delicious combinations including the Sweet Haus which is their vegan waffles with fruit and cream
  • 🍽️We both couldn’t resist the Full Haus which is homemade focaccia with 2 eggs, haus pickled cabbage and seasonal roasted veggies, with their homemade hummus
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: as one large space, don’t miss visiting the concept store which offers high-quality home and lifestyle products, making this a great spot for souvenir shopping. I couldn’t resist the temptation and bought their wool slippers

15. Mana Restaurant

roasted eggplant with toast at vegan brunch berlin

Embracing modern diner vibes, the clean lines of this place complement the amazing presentation of their dishes, making everything visually appealing. With friendly service, it’s undeniably a fantastic choice.

  • 📍Merseburger Str. 15 in Schöneberg Mobait district
  • 🕗Monday to Saturday 10 AM to 8 PM, Sunday 10 AM to 6 PM | Every day brunch is from 10 AM to 3 PM
  • 🌿 all-vegan menu is with the house specialty of the Mana Mushroom (lunch menu) with a separate vegan brunch menu with open-faced sandwiches
  • 🍽️I had to try my personal favourite Shakshuka
  • 💻 Trip Advisor reviews
  • Afterwards: visit the weekend flea market at Rathaus Schöneberg, and stroll the nearby park of Rudolph-Wilde-Park

After a decade of serving dairy-free delights at No Milk Today cafe, the beloved vegan café will close its doors on December 21st, 2023. This is why you will see this popular cafe missing from my list. They are moving on to new projects, including a “No Milk Today” baking book.

As a Holidaymaker

With three months of living in Berlin under my belt, I made my way through Berlin’s vegan brunch scene. With many options to choose from, these were my favourites. From cozy cafes to eclectic spaces, the city offers a delightful array of plant-based delights.

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