Countless column inches have been devoted to the city’s battle with accelerated gentrification and one place to witness it first-hand is over breakfast at Bullys Bakery in hipster mecca, Kreuzkölln. Hysterical news coverage aside, there’s no debating that Daniel, the half-Spanish, half-German owner, bakes the best croissants in town, oozing butter and with just the right amount of flake, perfectly paired with a bracing macchiato made from locally-roasted beans. After breakfast, there are various Flammkuchen – crisp pastries from Alsace topped with cheese and pear or ham – as well as fruity crumble cakes, tarts and a selection of muffins. Watch out for Kurt, the café’s resident French bulldog who chucks his stocky little body around in the endless hunt for crumbs.
|Venue name:||Bullys Bakery||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Open 7am-6pm Mon-Fri; 9am-6pm Sat; 10am-6pm Sun|
|Transport:||U7, U8 Hermannplatz|
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We travelled a long way on the back of this review to visit Bully's - I really wouldn't bother. It is very unremarkable and there are so many other places in more accessible areas. They weren't doing a breakfast that is cooked but they did have some pre-made sandwiches and a couple of croissants that tasted like a normal croissant. Service is sweet but slow and forgetful (reminders of what drinks we ordered etc). It is just a basic locals cafe so not sure how it got onto this exalted review page!