Food and beverages at Pêle-Mêle
At my first visit I was there for breakfast. The selection is large and relax, they offer the first meal of the day from morning to night. On the picture you can see the Pêle-Mêle breakfast, for instance. It consists of homemade spreads and jam, as well as antipasti, tofu, muesli, bread basket and a freshly squeezed orange juice. Incidentally, gluten-free bread is available for a small surcharge.
Also on the standard menu are sandwiches, ciabatta but also salad and a BBQ burger. The bagel on the picture at the top of this post also belongs to it, for instance. You can assemble the filling yourself from numerous components.
The offer is complemented by changing soups and daily specials, as you can see from the example of the daily menu on the blackboard in the picture. In addition to one or two soups, there are dishes such as quiches or curries. So this is also the ideal place for your lunch break and a healthy, inexpensive lunch.
What should not be missing in a coffee house are the pastries aka cakes and tarts, of course. No question there is a good selection of them available as well. You can find the daily offer in the display case, which you may have already discovered on one of the contribution pictures above. Next to this there’s a picture on which we take a closer look. The cakes and tarts are also available to take away and you can order one for your upcoming celebrations as well. More on this in the next section.
Among the drinks you will of course find the classics of a coffeehouse such as coffee and teas, chai and macha latte. Incidentally, the coffee is organic and fair trade. It comes from “Fairbindung” and can also be taken home in 250 g bags.
The soft drinks include homemade lemonades, fresh juices, smoothies and shakes.
Among the alcoholic beverages you will find beer from Quartiermeister and Pinkus – but there’s also non-alcoholic and gluten-free Lammsbräu available -, white, red and sparkling wine.