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A little less frilly than Anna Blume, situated on the other corner, but the same fancy cakes (try the walnut-mascarpone or...
Kollwitzstrasse 83 · interesting places nearby
Anna Blume information
Potent java, homemade cakes and flowers from the attached shop perfume the art-nouveau interior of this corner cafe named for a 1919 dadaist poem by German artist Kurt Schwitters. In fine weather the sidewalk terrace is the best people-watching perch. Great for breakfast, especially the tiered tray for two.