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Café Johanna

Island of tranquility. Breakfast, coffee and cake in a relaxed atmosphere.

A little breather off the beaten tourist track: At Café Johanna on the Venusberg, an island of peace awaits you with a delicious breakfast or coffee and cake in a relaxed atmosphere.

If you’ve been on a harbour tour or taken a walk through the Elbe Tunnel, and would like to take a breather away from the tourist routes, you should climb the Venusberg and take a break at Café Johanna. Located in a quiet residential area between Landungsbrücken and Michaelskirche, it offers laid back hospitality from morning to early evening.

The front, light-flooded room with two straight rows of tables is usually fairly full. If you prefer it a little quieter, climb the few stairs and you will find another room at the back of the café, where you will usually find a free seat. And in the warm weather, you can sit outside at the front.

Delicious & Sweet: Breakfast at Cafe Johanna

The breakfast at Café Johanna is especially popular – in addition to coffee and tea, juices and lemonades, they serve numerous cold and warm dishes. There a selection of sandwiches, ciabatta and cake a glass vitrine – but you can also order à la carte, for example lentil soup, savoury crêpes and pita bread, salad and quiches. And there is a daily changing, lovingly prepared set lunch meal.

Relax & Get down

Guests should bring a little time with them, because all the dishes are freshly prepared.  As such, a visit to Café Johanna can be enjoyed quite consciously as a relaxation break – with pleasant conversation and laid back atmosphere!

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryCafé/Bistro
  • Type of cuisineGood & Low-cost
  • Price€€
  • Ambiencebright, straightforward, cosy
  • Tipthe surprising reading material on the toilet
  • Servicefriendly

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