Everything that is served at Benedict’s is breakfast, one way or another. The concept is very simple: eat breakfast whenever you fancy – the restaurant is open round the clock. The idea originated in Tel Aviv, where there are already several Benedict branches; this new one in Berlin is the first outside of Israel.
If you are planning on visiting during “traditional” breakfast hours, be aware that you will probably have to wait for a table. On a rainy mid-Saturday, I waited 30 minutes for a table for two, however I have been told that a 60-minute wait is not unheard of on busy days. If you want to be really sure: Plan your breakfast after 16:00, this is when they allow reservations.
I advise treating the queue time as an overture to your breakfast experience. Take the time to have a look around the place (the interior has an interesting “urban jungle” design with lots of botanical patterns and wood) or enjoy a coffee in the lounge area and the wait will be over in no time.
For a hearty breakfast, I would go for an omelette or shakshuka. Both come with a bread basket (home baked, unlimited refills!) and either a hot drink or a Mimosa. If you still have room afterwards, indulge in one of the pancake variations. You can choose between two sizes; the portions are pretty large however: the pancakes in the picture are apparently “mini”.
Whatever you pick, all is great for sharing!