Klein Berlijn is great because they serve excellent coffee, a superb lunch menu with local produce, and children are more than welcome. Plenty of reasons to drop in.
When you enter Klein Berlijn you’ll understand right away where it gets its name from. The interior, with its unfinished floor, bikes on the wall and hotchpotch of furniture, reminds you of the gritty character of the German capital city. Although there’s an international feel about the place, the menu is as local as can be. They harvest their own vegetable at the Ecological Veg Garden in Emst. The menu also has tasty kids’ dishes, such a ‘Buurman & Buurman toastie.
Nice to know!
Klein Berlijn stands on Hoofdstraat, formerly Dorpsstraat. It was decided to rename the street in 1917 as the village character had disappeared. In 2017 the street celebrated its centenary.
|Address:||Hoofdstraat 34, Apeldoorn|
|Open:||Mondays & Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.|