The EssenceThe Australian coffee and culinary scene that Katie grew up with has strongly influenced the style of our menu, and sparked both Katie and Flos passion for good coffee. Lying awake at night, Flo would already plan what he would cook up for breakfast in the morning to bring him back to life again. And that's the essence of The Future Breakfast - that happy feeling, falling asleep in anticipation of some very tasty breakfast.
What to Expect
Our café is a place where you can get proper coffee and delicious breakfast all day. We will offer a small menu of about five dishes, that regularly changes according to the season. Our menu is spontaneous, inspired by global tastes and executed with simple and good local produce. That’s what we find truly great about Australian food: it embraces culinary influence from around the world and newly interprets old traditions in order to get the best taste.
Just as we have a changing food menu, we will also have a range of seasonal drinks. The coffee menu will contain a range of single origin espresso and filter beans from award winning roastary The Barn. The aim here is not to acheive a consistent coffee, but actually to highlight the taste of the origin of the beans.
We take care to source good-quality fresh organic ingredients. At The Future Breakfast our heroes are local vegetables and fruit, and we have a large range of vegan options on our menu. Furthermore, we keep an eye on the sustainability of all of our products and have a focus on running our café as waste-free as possible. Our close cooperation with our friends at Isla Coffee Berlin on this topic has highly influenced the way we run our business.
Back StoryBefore now we (Katie James and Florian Tränkner) ran The Future Breakfast from our vintage Nagetusch Caravan, selling coffee and breakfast at Markthalle Neun, at Bite Club events and popping up serving brunch in cafés across Berlin as well as catering.
We can't wait to welcome you as our guests into our gorgeous, colourful shop space. Inspired by our love for modernist architects Aalto and Corbusier, and realised in collaboration with fellow Berlin designers and artists.