It’s not easy to find an English Breakfast in Berlin, let alone a good one, but luckily for me one of my local restaurants, Cafe Feuerbach has an especially tasty one, so when I’m in the mood for a fry up I don’t have too far to go.
For 7,40€ you get bacon, two fried eggs, fried sausages, baked beans, grilled tomato, homemade jam and toast along with a little bit of salad.
Everything is delicious though it would be even better if the strips of bacon were replaced by thick cut rashers of back bacon but that’s not easy to come by in Berlin. For me the jam and the salad are surplus to requirements – you don’t order an English breakfast to get your fruit and veg in – but that’s a minor quibble.
Breakfast is served from 09:00 – 16:00. There are plenty of other options available and, this being Berlin, there is of course a breakfast buffet on a Sunday.
It’s not just breakfast on the menu at Cafe Feuerbach though, there’s also a range of salads, snacks and main dishes, including weekly specials, served between noon and midnight backed up by an extensive drinks selection.
I would recommend the Gnocchi, which is served with spinach, tomato and basil fondue, roasted pine nuts, shaved parmesan and pesto.
For anyone searching for that elusive English Breakfast in Berlin, Cafe Feuerbach is on the corner of Schöneberger Str and Holsteinische Str in Steglitz, equidistant from S-Bahnhof Feuerbach Straße and U-Bahnhof Walther-Schreiber-Platz.