Top 5 Bakeries In Berlin


Freshly baked bread with a slice of butter, some salt and maybe a high-quality olive oil is definitely one of our favorite dishes. Though it doesn’t seem very easy to find genuine bakeries with fresh and tasty bread in Berlin. So we decided to head out on a quest for the best bakeries in Berlin together with Mary from Stil in Berlin.

In the last couple of weeks we tasted various baked goods and learned some interesting details about the craft of bread making. We assembled our Top 5 bakeries in Berlin for you and hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Make sure to visit Stil in Berlin here for more.



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Sironi – Il pane di Milano is a lately established bakery making original Italian baked goods in the Markthalle Neun, Berlin Kreuzberg. It was founded by Alfredo Sironi who comes from Mailand, Italy. In cooperation with his Italian team he starts at 5 o’clock in the morning to bake new crispy bread and other Mediterranean snacks. A special feature of this unique bakery isn’t only the delicious bread, which implies a sense of the south-European flair, but also the concept of the bakers shop. It is completely accessible for the views of the interested clientele, getting the opportunity to witness almost the whole baking process. Several working steps can be followed – from mixing the organic ingredients, to the baking procedure to the selling of the just out of the oven taken bread. For Alfredo Sironi it’s self-evident to work with northern-Italian bake traditions old recipes and utmost passion. For his Ciabatta, Pane di Grano Duro, Focaccia alla genovese, Pane alle Olive, Panettone, Colomba pasquale, Grissini, Pizza and more, a visit is more than worth and it’s truly as delicious as it sounds.

Sironi – Il pane di Milano
Eisenbahnstraße 42 – 43, 10997 Berlin
Monday – Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Friday – Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm




Wiener Brot is a wooden stove bakery in Tucholskystraße 31, which convinced us with its austrian baking goods such as cakes and granary bread in organic quality. Sarah Wiener opened the bakery out of love for good bread. The bread and other baked goods are hand-made in their own bakery in Neukölln. The massive woodstove is heated with Brandenburgian robinia. They sell tasty anise, fennel and caraway bread called ‘Wiener Brot’ as well as spelt-rye bread with sunflower and pumpkin seeds as well as some Austrian delights such as ‘Vinschgerl’ and ‘Zaunerkipferl’.

Wiener Brot
Tucholskystraße 31, 10117 Berlin
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Phone: 030/ 32 51 65 26
Mail: [email protected]




At the corner of Schröderstraße/Gartenstraße in Berlin Mitte, unfolds Iris Schmied’s little universe; the Alpenstück. It includes a restaurant, a bakery and a manufactory where only hand made delicacies are offered. The lovely arranged rooms assemble themselves at the end of the street and present tasty culinary specialities from south Germany. The master baker carries the craft since decades and he educates his apprentices carefully for they aren’t used to mix the dough and to form buns and pretzel rolls by hand nowadays. The result is a wide range of the most tasty baked goods which a growing number of customers appreciates every day. Iris is rightly proud of her little establishment which values quality and sustainability. There is a small branch called Alpenstückle in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf.

Schröderstraße 1, 10115 Berlin
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday, Sunday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Phone: 030/ 217 516 45




Beumer & Lutum is an organic bakery out of conviction. ‘We give our best to produce good bread and fine pastries everyday.’ The bakery was founded in 1993 by Tony Beumer und Christa Lutum. The tasty bread you can purchase here is made with the attentive craftmanship of valuable products, coming from organic growth and local ingredients. Different from other bakeries, Beumer & Lutum works without any prepared flour mixtures. Another feature is the time they give their dough to process. It only gets its perfect mellowness through enough kneading and rest. And you can taste the difference. Since 2006 customers can enjoy their breakfast, lunch or the handmade coffee cake in a pleasant atmosphere in their store in Friedrichshain, Cuvrystraße 22. There are three more Beumer & Lutum branches situated in Berlin, find them here.

Beumer & Lutum
Cuvrystraße 22, 10997 Berlin
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 6:30 pm
Saturday 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Phone: 030/ 61 67 55 735




Soluna is a bakery preferred by many bread lovers of all districts for a good reason. Here you can purchase tasty hand baked bread auch as bacon- and walnut bread or naturally sour Kulmbacher bread. Furthermore they offer a range of French specialities, cheese, sausage and pumpkin seed oil. The centerpiece of this bakery is the whitewashed clay oven in which the dainties are baked daily. Whoever can come to term with the rather rustic service should definitely come around.

Soluna Brot und Öl
Gneisenaustraße 58, 10961 Berlin Kreuzberg
Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Phone: 030/ 50 59 84 05


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