Emmas Konditorei

Breakfast, lunch, cake - all this and more is available in Emmas Konditorei in Hamburg.

A lovely amalgam of café, pastry shop and delicatessen. 

The two Bavarian cooks who own this café have pledged themselves entirely to this sweetest of businesses. From tarts to cupcakes and biscuits to macaroons, the spectrum of All Things Sweet encompasses all the heart could desire. Everything is hand-made, and is prepared using traditional craft skills. 

The range on offer is supplemented by breakfast and lunch options.

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