Café Wohn(t)raum is a small cosy coffee house in Weimarer Straße, not far from the market on Karl-August-Platz in the heart of Charlottenburg. For me it was initially a place where you get great coffee and cake. Meanwhile it has become much more. Find out what else it has to offer in this post!
You have the choice of different roasts. I can highly recommend the expert advice by the owner Nadine Buchholz. Incidentally, the coffee comes from Ridders Roastery in Schmiljanstraße in Berlin-Friedenau. In addition to the house blend, you have the choice between three other varieties (see photo) which can vary over time.
Cakes & Co.
But even better than the coffee are the many home-made cakes that are available at Café Wohntraum. There are also many vegan ones among them. Nadine Buchholz told me that it has a simple reason. This way she can satisfy everyone with lactose intolerance at the same time. Which cakes that are? Just ask! This way you can also find out what else is in the cakes. The ever-changing offer ranges from cookies to muffins and from cheesecake to more extraordinary creations like a cake with rosemary for example.
Also under the heading “Breakfast” you will find scrambled eggs and boiled egg. Strict breakfast times apparently don’t seem to exist.
On the photo you can see the vegan breakfast with spreads, vegan cheese, olives, margarine, home-made chutney and home-made jam, as well as fresh fruits. And of course you get bread and pastries with every breakfast.
The Café Wohntraum has take away and does delivery. So they might be the right choice if you need catering for a party or some other event. The offer includes cakes, sandwiches etc. And last but not least, you can also rent the café for parties.
Info – Café Wohntraum
Address: Weimarer Straße 35, 10625 Berlin
Opening hours: Tue – Thu, 11 am – 6 pm // Sat 10 am – 3.30 pm (but please check on homepage beforehand)
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