Eating and drinking at Homera

The Homera is a special café, as it offers coffee shop classics as well as many alternative things. It is only a few meters away from the lively Wilmersdorfer Straße and yet you feel immediately much quieter when you arrive here.


At Homera you will find a large selection of homemade cakes. The special thing is that there are also vegan and gluten-free options. Especially the latter is still a rarity in the realm of pastries. The croissants seem to be especially popular. If you are late, they are usually already sold out. Obviously not only I like to eat a croissant for breakfast. Especially before I go to the weekly market on Saturday, I like to come to Homera for a small breakfast. There are different fillings, vegan variants and even those with activated charcoal.

Other food

For breakfast and lunch, Bircher muesli, rice pudding (vegan), various sandwiches, quiches and salads are ready for you in the showcase.


In terms of beverages Homera offers a variety of coffee specialties, as well as lots of healthy juices and smoothies. I think that’s a special plus. After all, you do not always have that much fruits and vegetables at home or you do not always feel like doing your job, preparing a nice smoothie or fresh juice.

In addition to cow’s milk, almond, oat, soy and coconut milk are also available. And the fresh ginger tea with mint and lemon should be mentioned as well.

The decor of Homera

For furniture, Homera obviously prefers Euro-pallets. In the main room, where the counter is located, out of the pallets they built high tables which you will find on the left side and next to the entrance. In the room to the right of the counter, low tables and benches have been created from pallets that spread along the wall.

Here and there, sockets were installed in the pallet furniture. There you can not only quickly charge your cell phone, but also plug in your laptop when it needs juice again. The free Wi-Fi makes the café suitable for working on the computer.

Homera high table made out of pallets

The furniture outside in front of the café is rather classical garden furniture. Tables with round slabs made out of wooden slats and a metal base and metal chairs with plastic mesh. Since the facade looks south, you have sun almost all day long. Awnings on both sides of the entrance give shade in summer time.

What else is there to know about Homera?

It is basically self-service and also desired that one puts his things in a dish trolley at the end. But do not worry, nobody will chase you if you forget that.

If you drink coffee frequently, it is worth your while to take a bonus card. Your 10th coffee will be for free.

Info – Café Homera

Address: Pestalozzistraße 33, 10627 Berlin

Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 8 am – 7 pm // Sat, 9 am – 7 pm // Sun, 12 pm – 6 pm

Phone: +49 (0)30 310 046 10