The Visit Coffee Roastery – Berlin, Germany

Berlin is crazy about coffee. Charming coffee shops and quality coffee are something of a staple in gritty Berlin. You can’t walk more than a few blocks without running in to a great place to day dream. One of these places especially stole my heart. Tucked away off a busy train station, is The Visit Coffee Roastery. This white-obsessed, light and airy space, is anything but busy or gritty. Step inside and see for yourself!

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

The Visit is located not too far from a busy train station. It makes getting there very easy, but along the way you also might wonder what you got yourself in to. The area is insanely busy, and nowhere near as nice as other parts of Berlin such as the Mitte. You make a right in to an alleyway off a busy road, which leads you through to a courtyard. Once inside, it’s bliss. It’s definitely one of those spaces that transports you.

There is a lot of seating outside to enjoy some sunshine. A lot of the wood features really remind me of Australian design, and I couldn’t be happier to see them! Wood benches and blocks as plain as they come are always cozy, and a great use of minimalism. It was a particularly hot day in Berlin, so I decided to find a seat inside.

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

Walking inside is a Scandinavia dream of white walls, white hardware, and white furniture. Pops of black make the entire space come together. And it’s a big space, let me tell you. There’s enough space to not have to be sat on top of one another, or bother your studying neighbor. Towards the back there is also an office and a bathroom.

The very center of the coffee shop almost has too much space. It creates somewhat of a negative space issue, which I am not a huge fan of, but it does work in this case. In general, overly large coffee shops aren’t really my thing, but The Visit has a wonderful little seating area that I fell particularly in love with.

I ordered a latte and headed on over to their ‘stairs’ seating. Tip: climb on up and then find yourself a nice little stair and white block to get cozy at. The white blocks are tables, which give off the feeling of enjoying a casual TV dinner. As I was eating, I began reflecting on the setup of block tables, as they were in set up in such a way so that each person has a direct path coming down the stairs. I ordered an avocado toast by the way, which was absolutely to die for! I was impressed with the thought that went in to it. Even alone, the concept is genius for a coffee shop.

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

The Visit Coffee Roastery - Berlin, Germany

The baristas were nice, but not too particularly chatty. I think I came at a slower time of day, because there were only a few people sitting and working on their laptops. The stairs are definitely designed for working or studying. There’s a lot of room to drop your bag and coat, and really get cozy for a few hours. Coat and coffee style.

Overall I was really happy with every aspect of The Visit. The space was really beautiful to chill out at and get some work done. Okay, I mostly edited Instagram photos. But it was definitely the break I needed from busy and gritty Berlin. The latte I had was great and the avocado toast was the cherry on top of the cake. This little Scandinavian dream near the Kreuzberg district will steal your heart, one geniusly designed Visit at a time.

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The Visit Coffee Roastery

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  1. It looks like the perfect space! The bright, airy feeling it has would definitely draw me in. That, or the delicious looking avocado toast, LOL. Also, I love that “we have coffee” sign. So fun!

    Kathryn • simplykk.com

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    1. It’s super cute! If you live in Germany or near Berlin, definitely check it out. I think you’ll really like it! It’s hard not to like haha.

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    1. Haha it does kind of! It was so good too. Would probably be easy to recreate at home, however I cannot remember what was on it haha.

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    1. Haha yes! I can recognize anything Australian almost right away. I need to brush up on my history of Aussie design. I am always so fascinated on how it got so scandi looking. Though I do think there is a slight recognizable difference. Anyway, I am rambling now (could talk about this all day). If I had my own coffee shop, it would definitely take a similar form as well!

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    1. Thanks Tina! It is definitely a monochrome minimalist dream. That’s a perfect way of describing it haha. There actually weren’t too many people there when I went. I think I went at an awkward time haha. It was also during the week, so I just got lucky. 🙂

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  2. Ah so happy to see this post – I am such a fan of The Visit they are such a gem and their food and aesthetic is incredible. Are you based in Berlin? Would be lovely to meet up for a coffee!

    Rae | LFB Blogazine

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    1. Yes! They were one of my favorite coffee shops in Berlin. They photograph so well too. I am not based in Berlin unfortunately. Just a visit! I loved it though! I’ll let you know if I ever pop on back. I had a great time there so you never know haha. 😉

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  3. This place looks so cute! I could also see myself chilling there for a few hours and getting some work done 🙂 It’s also perfect for some Instagram photos XD That avocado toast looks so yummy! It’s making me hungry :p

    Mili | Sharmtoaster

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    1. It really is! Hard to get work done when all you want to do is take photos haha. JK though, it’s a really really great place to work! So peaceful.

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  4. Love how bright and white this place is, it’s totally Instagram-worthy 😀 I like that it’s not too packed either, makes it perfect for just chilling with friends or getting some work done!

    Jenny // Geeky Posh

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    1. Exactly! I do wonder what it’s like on a busier day. But either way, it’s tucked away from the main streets which is super nice.

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