Eiswerk Local Area Guide: Cafes & Restaurants
A handpicked selection of cafes and restaurants surrounding Techspace Eiswerk.Insights + resources
Directions - Techspace Eiswerk, Köpenicker Str. 40-41, 10179 Berlin
Take a little break and venture down to our very own EIS Cafe at Eiswerk. A cosy atmosphere, good quality lunch menu, great coffee and snacks are waiting for all members served up by our friendly Community team. In the Summer our outdoor terrace is the ideal spot to catch some rays, enjoy a cold drink or challenge a colleague at a game of table tennis.
Cafe Le Vent
Directions - Köpenicker Str. 44, 10179 Berlin, Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
Just around the corner and a must-visit for cycling enthusiasts: Le Vent! Great coffee, sandwiches, cheesecake and delicious Croissants- the small Cafe not only offers tasty snacks but is also the best place to get your bike serviced. Flat tire, broken lights or just a check up- the team at Le Vent will get your bike back on the road in no time!
Directions - Adalbertstraße 36, 10179 Berlin, Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, Saturday to Sunday 10am to 6pm
A short walk away right on Adalbertstr. You can find the small TrueSharing Cafe. Not only do they serve coffee, breakfast and lunch at a fair price, but they also advocate a unique business concept. The TrueSharing concept is simple: three parties share the revenues. So ⅓ of the profit stays in the Cafe, ⅓ goes to the employees and the third ⅓ is donated to different social projects and organizations. A unique place which is definitely worth a visit!
Bistro im DAZ
Directions - Wilhelmine-Gemberg-Weg 6, 10179 Berlin, Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm
Located in the Office-Building of the DAZ, short for “Deutsches Architektur Zentrum”, the in-house Bistro serves high quality hot and cold lunch options with a new menu each week. What’s more, when your belly is full you can explore different architectural exhibitions throughout the building.
Directions - Wilhelmine-Gemberg-Weg 5, 10179 Berlin, Monday to Friday 8am to 2pm
Urban Lunch is not a typical lunch spot but of a canteen with healthy and “down to earth” dishes. The operator of the canteen is the faktura GmBH which offers different workshops for people with disabilities and people who are temporarily or permanently unable to find work. In these workshops the faktura employees can find work opportunities that match their capabilities and interests and are given the chance to participate in working life. The menu changes daily with a choice of 3 options a day at great prices. Alongside your purchase Urban Lunch will also support a social project from the local neighbourhood.
Harissa Oriental Cuisine
Directions - Brückenstraße 10A, 10179 Berlin, Monday to Friday 11am to 3pm
Tired of your typical Lunch-Sandwich and ready for some new food experiences? Within walking distance of Eiswerk you find Harissa Oriental Cuisine, a small shop with a delicious middle-Eastern kitchen and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Lovers of spicy dishes, tasty chicken and perfectly cooked beef will enjoy this spot. Vegetarian options are also available. Prices are fair and tea is free of charge!
Directions - Köpenicker Str. 53, 10179 Berlin, 11am to 2.30pm
This is the place to be for vegetarians and vegans, or perhaps you’re just on the hunt for a more healthy lunch! The Grüngut menu changes daily and caters for all different needs: from healthy bowls, tasty pasta, to different sweets and snacks. Every dish contains lots of fresh ingredients and veggies. Perfect for a light and healthy lunch.
Directions - Köpenicker Str. 58, 10179 Berlin, Monday to Friday 7am to 9:30pm, Saturday to Sunday 12pm to 9pm
With the exception of the “Döner”, the “Currywurst” is THE popular food in Berlin; a sausage with a slightly spicy tomato sauce! The Wurstpate is a half open booth where you can order “Currywurst” with its own special homemade tomato sauce. Side dishes to accompany the sausage are available, as well as french fries (of course)!
Interesting fact: Herta Heuwer from Berlin is well regarded to be the inventor of the Currywurst in 1949. Allegedly one day she got so bored in her snack bar on Stuttgarter Platz that she started to create a sauce with tomato paste and spices. She cut a boiled sausage into pieces and garnished it with her tomato sauce, which she patented ten years later under the name “Chillup”.
Directions - Holzmarktstraße 19, 10243 Berlin, Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm
OMA's CAFÉ is mainly run by refugees and is operated mainly through donations. Here you can get little snacks, coffee or lemonade and just enjoy the relaxed vibe. The Cafe is also an open space that offers various cultural projects - from language courses and job advice for refugees, to film evenings followed by a round of talks and music events. Also a small garden belongs to the project and is the perfect place for a relaxed lunch break in the summer.