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

The small café and bistro Eisenbergs in Berlin-Mitte lies close to the Hackesche Höfe and is not only a cozy coffee shop, but also a French patisserie.
Outsides the café guests can sit on a few tables while enjoying a good cup of coffee. Insides a lovingly designed counter in vintage style catches the customers’ attention with a glass cabinet for the display of delicious cakes and candy glasses on the sideboard. A chandelier hangs in the middle of the room and the walls are painted in soft beige. White shelves make the café cozy and create a great atmosphere. There are only a few seating options on the small tables. The special features of Eisenbergs are the extraordinary milk foam creations on top of the excellent coffee. Whether a dog, rabbit, elephant, cow or kitten – owner Tobias Eisenberg creates beautiful milk foam animals and masters latte art.

At Eisenbergs you will be spoiled for choice. Creations such as hedgehog cake with poppy seeds, marzipan, white chocolate and butter biscuits, served with white chocolate, matcha and lemon, ginger or strawberries are one of many options at Eisenbergs. Cake specialties such as French macarons, mini-tartes or carrot cake from the Patisserie Sarina are also offered here. At lunch time you can get quiche, salads and sandwiches while for breakfast you ca enjoy delicious homemade granola. Also, food and cakes which are gluten-free and vegan are available at the small coffee shop, too. The honey made from own cultivation as well as coffee beans can be purchased at Eisenbergs, too.

Editors' rating





Ø 4.47



Sophien Strasse 5
10178 Berlin




Business hours

  • Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Sat + Sun: 12:00 pm - 06:00 pm

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