Playground Coffee, the name says it all. This coffee shops is a small show-space to chat, be entertained by ironic baristas and have a great flat white.
These are (most of them third wave) but if not, still cafés with skilled baristas a high quality (probably La Marzocco) machine, and either their own or another carefully selected roast. Flat Whites can range anywhere from 2,80€ – 3,50€ but there are some reasons for might wanting to pick the 3,50€ one!
A minimalistic, playful ice cream shop in Eppendorf with pure and natural flavors that are made fresh right in the back of the shop . . . Try apricot, vanilla, chocolate, black-currant, pistachio . . . and and and !
Hearty open faced sandwiches that the owner Katrin perfects to her childhood memories. Kropka is a one time special in Eimsbüttel, rustic-cozy, delicious and casual. Perfect for breakfast, specialty coffee and cake, laptop-working, lunch, an early dinner – or just to chat with friends.
A third wave coffee shop with some of the best breakfasts in Hamburg. All is dainty, delicious and there are vegan and gluten free options as well. They’re famous for their fluffy, soft waffles, my favorite being the lime-mascarpone one. But it’s also the perfect spot for a work date, or leisurely breakfast with avocado quinoa fritters or a lox-red beet toast.
The only specialty coffee shop by the famous parts of the harbor and near some other beautiful landmarks of Hamburg. If you like thick Italian hot chocolate, you better come here with your flat white mate!
This is the first third wave coffee guide that Hamburg has got! It’ll give you twelve tricky choices of where to get your flat white – depending on how much you want to spend, what your hunger is, where you are and whom your with!
A pop up specialty coffee shop in which to relax and cherish a high quality Scandinavian coffee.
They brew the best flat white in town, mingle innovative drinks for caffeine lovers and offer some of the most flavourful baked goods in hip Sternschanze.
“It’s easy to find the best ice cream shops. Just look for the longest lines!”…