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

The traditional Café Pakolat in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg is a cake shop as well as a coffee-house. After entering the beautiful guest-room you feel carried back to old times.

The interior is cozy and the café is decorated in a charming vintage style. The decor of the café is a collection of historical things which are still in use today, such as the 100 year old cash register or the slicing machine from 1924. Guests who stay here can enjoy the atmosphere and escape from their everyday life. The coffee beans are roasted in a traditional coffee roaster at Pakolat. The coffee and espresso varieties are made from the best raw coffee beans from South and Central America, Asia and Africa.

Through the large factory window guests can look into the bakery belonging to Pakolat and smell the delicious scent of freshly baked goods from the bakery. Here, the finest cakes and tarts, as well as bread rolls and sourdough bread are baked in the stone oven and are made for the breakfast that is offered at the café.

In addition to the handmade roasted coffees and homemade cakes you can get the finest chocolate of world-wide known cchocolatiers such as Chocolat Bonnat, Morin, Domori or Georgia Ramon. Even the finest teas from the houses Kusmi, Compagnie Coloniale or Chaplon are on the menu. These and other products such as licorice, fine liqueurs and coffee machines can also be purchased at the café. Those items are also available in the online shop of the coffee shop.

The Pakolat in the Raumerstraße has now expanded to an additional small coffee, tea and chocolate shop at Senefelder Straße.

Editors' rating





Ø 4.84



Raumer Straße 40
10437 Berlin




Business hours

  • Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm
  • Sat + Sun: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm

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