Breakfast Cafés in Stuttgart

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15 cafés and coffeehouses offering "Breakfast" ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Stuttgart. All information including address and phone number.
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The breakfast restaurant and bistro of the design hotel across the street, including the starred restaurant Zauberlehrling (Sorcerer's Apprentice), is a feel-good oasis with an individualistic inventory. In addition to changing small plates, there are also great creations like Portobello French Rarebit with poached egg on Portobello mushroom, baby spinach, and spicy cheddar sauce.

Rosenstraße 33, 70182 Stuttgart, Germany

A real piece of vintage, the kind you usually find in Italy. Seating in the narrow tube under the vaulted ceiling is very limited, but many prefer to enjoy their coffee with pasticcini or tramezzini standing up anyway. Good drinks and DJ time on Saturday nights at Espresso Klub.

Torstraße 27, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany

In the new and attractively designed Natan in the Leonhardsviertel, guests automatically do a good turn because the proceeds of the non-profit café go to charity. A selection of sandwiches, bowls, energy balls, and good drinks. The vegan offering is much more than just coffee and cake.

Katharinenstraße 15, 70182 Stuttgart, Germany

Modern ambience in a historical setting; since the Middle Ages the Dürnitz was a common room in the Old Castle. In the newly designed foyer of the State Museum, or in summer in the Renaissance courtyard, there is a good selection of cakes to go with coffee and Kessler sparkling wine. Quiches and onion tart can be accompanied by beer, wine or soft drinks.

Schillerplatz 6, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany

Whether on wooden benches or at raised tables on stools, you can sit comfortably and enjoy homemade cake, vegetarian snacks, spreads and homemade jams, to go with the wood-fired bread. Coffee from regional roasters. Events include tea ceremonies and gin tastings.

Olgastraße 118, 70180 Stuttgart, Germany

Inside with open brickwork or out in the courtyard, there are coffee specialities from the Stuttgart roastery Mokuska, extensive breakfasts with the already legendary Gustav étagère, and later in the day bowls, pasta, and tarte flambée. The beer and wine selection is also okay.

Schwabstraße 47, 70197 Stuttgart, Germany

Homemade Maultaschen and potato salad are just as popular as orange sour cream cake or the Stöckle special cake with nougat and meringue. Despite the new owner and redesigned rooms, much of the all-round service from breakfast into the evening remains the same, even outside on the street.

Johannesstr 76, 70176 Stuttgart, Germany

Close to Gottlieb Daimler's former place of work, Stuttgart's largest district has a new destination where you'll be well fed in the bright living room flair, even in the morning. With waffles, pancakes, porridge and Eggs Benedict. Later in the day, club sandwiches, Caesar Salad or Beef Tartare.

König-Karl Straße 35, 70372 Stuttgart, Germany

It is above all the location, the location and the location with the best view of the Schlossplatz, whether indoors in the spacious and modernised ambience of the traditional house, or outside under and in front of the arcades. Breakfast, tartlets and Belgian waffles (savoury too) until the evening are especially popular with tourists.

Königstrasse 28, 70173 Stuttgart, Germany

The owners discovered Poffertjes (sweet buckwheat pancakes) on a vacation in Holland and reinvented them as Poffers for their breakfast café. But of course, the pretty location doesn't just serve these small delights, which are also served in a hearty Greek style. The Fladinis with tomatoes, ham, arugula and more are satisfying, while the breakfast combos are classic.

Urbanstraße 86, 70190 Stuttgart, Germany

If you have high expectations for your coffee, here in the West it is roasted in-house. In the vintage style with art on the walls. There is also good all-day breakfast (until 6 pm), from muesli to egg dishes, as well as a small lunch table with changing dishes, and of course a counter with homemade cake.

Senefelderstr 58, 70176 Stuttgart, Germany

Samuel Beckett had already written about the "stimulus of nothingness" in Neckarstraße. But that was a long time ago, and inside the café it looks really nice. There is good coffee - whether revived filter culture or, newfangled Flat White. Also cakes (moist carrot cake) and tasty avocado bread.

Neckarstraße 216, 70190 Stuttgart, Germany

Decades before long and late breakfasts became fashionable, you were catered for here - and still are, in the art ambience with striking black-and-white floors and the tranquil courtyard garden. In keeping with the Aca's name, the place settings are called "Otto Dix," "Max Beckmann" or "Edvard Munch Scandinavic". Muesli, focaccia and egg dishes are available.

Charlottenstraße 5, 70182 Stuttgart, Germany

Popular not only for its lunch menu, as the name suggests, but also for its breakfast until noon. The now purely vegetarian selection with predominantly organic produce is not overly large, but the charm of the corner pub makes up for a lot - even the busy road towards the city.

Alexanderstraße 180, 70180 Stuttgart, Germany

Nice little day bar in wood and brown tones with an urban outdoor area on the sidewalk. The breakfast menu is French-inspired from the small "A Paris" with croissant, to "Normandie" with lots of cheese and "La Mer" with salmon and avocado. Weekdays until 11:30, because then the lunch service begins.

Liststraße 25, 70180 Stuttgart, Germany