It's no secret to coffee fans that their favourite beverage comes with a greater variety of flavours and fragrances than wine. These special flavours do not stem from adding syrups to the brew but from first-class Barista work! Genuine coffee fans don't go to get their flavour fix from big franchises, they rather opt for a more personal atmosphere far off the beaten track, where quality and dedication to coffee still mean something. For this very reason the team of Top10 Berlin has gone on a quest to find the best cafés with the best brews in town. We've come across genuine master baristas which do not only now how to make a perfect crema but actually take great pleasure in teaching you all they know about coffee. What it will be for us? A Caffè Latte and a Flat please - to go of course!
  • Pakolat

    The cozy Café Pakolat with vintage decor offers aromatic coffee from the private coffee roastery.


    The owners of the NO FIRE, NO GLORY! work with Danish coffee specialists who purchase the raw coffee beans from small growers in a direct trade agreement.

  • Godshot

    It's always time well-spent to go to Prenzlauer Berg to enjoy a nice cup of great coffee lounging in the Godshot's 1970s vintage leather armchairs.

  • Ben Rahim

    Ben Rahim is hidden away in the Hackesche Höfe a true coffee-jewel and brings the Arabic coffee-tradition to Berlin-Mitte.

  • Silo Coffee

    Café Silo is furnished in a minimalistic design and is located in Berlin-Friedrichshain close to the Boxhagener neighborhood and serves delicious coffee specialties.

  • Double Eye

    A small and charming store in which you even may have to stand in line. Sometimes, the line stretches as far as into the street but their coffee is really worth the wait.

  • Eisenbergs

    Eisenbergs is a small café in Berlin-Mitte and serves French specialties.

  • Barcomi’s Kaffeerösterei

    Berlin-Kreuzberg's Barcomi's combines the qualities of a coffee roaster with a pastry shop serving American cakes and pastries in true New York style.

  • Two and Two

    Neukölln's café Café Two and Two serves culinary specialities from France and sells Japanese stationery.

  • Companion Coffee

    Hidden in a Kreuzberg back-alley you will discover a treasure trove of coffee and tea specialities.