What Do You Fancy Love? Berlin – Bagels and more

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"What Do You Fancy Love?" in Berlin is an urban hut with an eclectic atmosphere. I love sitting inside with a guacamole bagel and a flower power smoothie!

Located a block away from the Savigny platz, and surrounded by chic restaurants and stores, What do you fancy love? is an urban hut with an eclectic atmosphere and great background music with a good variety of bagels, cookies, teas and smoothies.  

Now that the murky weather season is on us the terrace is only an option for compulsive smokers, but the inner rooms are really cosy and more aligned with the great selection of funky music. Anyway, even in a sunny and warmer weather, in order for you to enjoy the overall experience, I would recommend sitting inside.

Sometimes I just go there to have a smoothie and enjoy the music. But when having lunch, my pick is the Guacamole bagel with a Flower power smoothie, which has strawberry, banana, orange and yogurt, or the Brie & Walnut bagel, with brie cheese, honey, nuts and lamb's lettuce, and a Sex bomb smoothie, with raspberry, apple and ginger.

In any case, whether it's for lunch, or just some tea, a cookie, or a smoothie, it's always worth it to pay a visit.

About this spot

Knesebeckstraße 68/69

Mon - Fri 08:00 - 18:00, Sat 09:00 - 18:00, Sun 10:00 - 18:00

Bagel:

4.90

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