This is the place to go to have cake and coffee, I've tried the apple cake and the sacher torte and both are incredibly delicious. There are several locations in Düsseldorf, my favorite is close to Königs Allee.
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Famous Café, started life in Mönchengladbach then came to Düsseldorf. Cakes to die for! The Pope ate here - that says it all. They win prizes for their champagne truffles. Decor is modern but it's the cakes which bowl you over. Service faultless. It's just...More
During our recent stay at Düsseldorf we visited Heinemann every day. We had lunch at their premisses at Martin-Luther-Platz twice and had cake and coffee at their Bahnstrasse-branch near the Kö. Their service is good and the food delicious. Prices are reasonable. We can recommand...More
The success has its price. Space is the same ,but to much business guide you to supermarket habits. However if they have no space to grow , nothing to do.The Champagner Trüffels are the best in the World. No discussions. At eastern we love the...More
This pastry shop is so colorful and festive. Their cakes are not so expensive. And their raspberry torte is so delicious; it's not too sweet for me.
The latte and double espresso were great and left us foaming in ecstasy. Service staff were friendly and knowledgeable and the sweets in the confectionery will awaken the dormant child in everyone. The food though was just modest perhaps relatively, the the coffee and sweets.
The cakes here are quite expensive, but it's definitely worth the money given the serving size and just how delicious the taste is! It's definitely a must-stop for desserts, whether you're dining in or buying them as souvenirs. Regarding the atmosphere - the place feels...More
The cafe/restaurant is old fashioned, but it is working. The sweets are special. The menue is good too. The Champagne Trueffel are one of its kind !
The number one thing I missed about Germany after my visit in 2009 was almond chocolate bar. I have to consciously tell myself not to grab all of the ones on the shelf. So, I grab most of them and leave 2-3 behind. Every time...More