From the Brooklyn duo behind the original Williamsburg restaurant House of Small Wonders, this Berlin perch of the brand falls right in step with its NYC sister café in charm, food and magnetism. Head to bustling Mitte to get in on the Americana-meets-Japanese fuel at this week’s bucket list worthy brunch pick.
Photography: House of Small Wonder
A Slice of Williamsburg in the Heart of Berlin
Wander into the wooded, stained glass windowed entryway and walk up the stunning spiral staircase to a room that’s got an undeniably Brooklyn vibe. Illustrated botanicals adorn the walls while hanging potted plants and wooded elements add even more warmth to the space. Light floods in with huge windows and greenhouse-like glass ceilings, making House of Small Wonders exactly the kind of place you’ll want to stick around for an epic brunch with your dearest.
An Americana Brunch Menu in Berlin
Homemade yogurt biscuits with ham, a poached egg and wasabi hollandaise? Sounds like just about the best eggs benny biscuit ever, y’all. Call us Southern, but if you’re going to call a brunch spot bucket list worthy, you better be sure there’s biscuits. Other brunch stars include a French toast made with croissants, an Okinawan taco rice bowl and potato gratin with eggs. Grab a glass of Japanese Umeshu tonic or a pink mimosa while you’re at it. Because, you know, bucket list brunch goals.
Located in the central setting of Mitte, House of Small wonders is in the belly of the city’s tourism action. But this isn’t the kind of city that’s overrun with sneaker-clad lookie-loos. Instead, you’ll find a charming scene of art galleries, bookshops and sweet little cafés much like this bucket list worthy one.