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Café Pantarin

Be Mr Tarin’s guest

“Pantarin” offers high-quality coffee, tasty cakes and a lot of space to relax.

Barmbek is developing more and more into a trendy neighbourhood. One of the reasons is undoubtedly the renaissance of Fuhlsbüttler Straße, the district’s lifeblood. “Pantarin” is located on the corner, an extremely cosy, lovingly furnished café with good coffee and homemade snacks. By the way, Pantarin is Czech and means Mr Tarin – the name of the café owner.

from 11.90 €

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryCafé/Bistro
  • Price€€
  • AmbienceInviting, simple
  • TipCoffee specialties, cakes from the Altes Land, sweet and savoury snacks
  • ServiceDiverse

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