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Caffè 57 1/2
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Caffè 57 1/2
© Caffe 57
Caffè 57 1/2
© Caffe 57
Caffè 57 1/2
© Caffe 57
Caffè 57 1/2
© Caffe 57
Caffè 57 1/2
© Caffe 57
Caffè 57 1/2
© Caffe 57

Caffé 57 1/2

Enjoying coffee on Eppendorfer Weg

There is always room for good coffee and delicious desserts in Eimsbüttel. Since 2019, Caffé 57 ½ has been a new member of the quarter to enjoy. The love of detail is reflected here not only in the tempting dishes, but also in the homely retro interior.

Chairs in the shop window, flowers on the ceiling and scrambled eggs from the coffee machine: Café 57 ½ breaks with the rules of classic gastronomy and creates space for new things.   

Small kitchen, big enjoyment

On the menu are homemade cakes, fresh waffles and delicious Charlottes. The sweet pastry classic from England is available with blueberry yoghurt, apricot-mascarpone or peach-cream fillings; a temptation that nobody wants to resist. In the morning, various breakfast variations can be ordered. Although there are no hotplates in the kitchen of the café, this does not detract from the offer. The morning scrambled eggs are prepared with hot steam in the milk foam container. A victory for creativity.

Fresh from the kitchen

The good conscience is free with the drinks and food. The team at Caffé 57 ½ attach great importance to regionality and sustainability. All dishes are freshly prepared. The pesto varieties, olive pastes and jams come from the in-house kitchen.

The Caffé 57 ½ on Eppendorfer Weg is already enjoying great popularity just a few months after opening. It is worth making a reservation.

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