Hafenküche

The restaurant Hafenküche scores big time with its view of the Rummelsburg Bay, breakfast by the water, lunch and gorgeous picnic baskets.

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Foto: Hafenküche | Sir Richard Picture
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Foto: Hafenküche | Hafen & Hof Service UG

Only a stone throw away from the hip neighbourhoods of Friedrichshain, the restaurant Hafenkücke is located directly on the Rummelsburg Bay, ideal for the guests to unwind. One big factor favouring this is the location of the restaurant with its terrace right on the banks of the Spree. Monday to Friday they serve a good and inexpensive lunch here, each time with a meat, fish or vegetarian dish to choose from. As a family-friendly restaurant, there is also a kid’s menu with all-time greats like home-made fish sticks with mashed potato or noodles with tomato sauce.

Weekends invite for a breakfast by the water between 9:00 am to noon, don’t marinated avocado, organic eggs, rosemary ham or home-marinated salmon sound mouthwatering?

Additional strong points of the Hafenküche are a boat rental and absolutely gorgeous picnic baskets. Should the weather be less than favourable, there’s a fireplace inside to warm up again.

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Editors Rating

Welcoming Atmosphere
5

Gstronomical Variety
5

Holiday Feeling
4.25

Water View
4.25

Total
4.63

Address

Hafenküche

Zur Alten Flussbadeanstalt 5, 10317 Berlin

Quarter

Friedrichshain

Info

Business Hours

until 29.04.2018

Monday, Tuesday

10:00 am - 04:00 pm

Wednesday to Friday

10:00 am - 11:30 pm

Saturday, Sunday and holidays

09:00 am - 11:30 pm

from 30.04.2018

Important information

Price Level

Lunch starting at 5,00 euro, breakfast around 9,00 euro, main courses in the evening ca. 15,00 euro

Card Payment

EC

Parking

Park on Gustav-Holzmann Straße, then walk 150 metres along the river bank (signposted)

Breakfast Hours

Saturday and sunday: 09:00 am - noon

Lunch Hours

Monday to Friday: 11:45 am - 02:30 pm

Approach

Map