11 Best Breakfast & Brunch Spots in Dusseldorf

Updated on March 12, 2024  


Want to find the best breakfast and brunch spots in Düsseldorf? 

This blog is your comprehensive guide to the top breakfast places in Düsseldorf — including old-school gems, cute brunch spots, and vegan cafés.

Let's dive right in! 👇

Top Breakfast & Brunch Spots in Dusseldorf, Germany

Seven Sundays

"Breakfast all day, seven days a week" - that's the general ethos of Seven Sundays, a popular all-day breakfast cafe that takes brunch foods seriously (including yummy vegan and vegetarian options).

Eggs and pancakes are their signatures, like the spicy Egg Slut Burger and the gorgeously decadent Berries & Cream pancakes


For a boozy but breakfast-appropriate finish, you can wash it all down with an Espresso Martini — or keep things family-friendly with a Merry Berry. [1]

Located on Lorettostraße, Seven Sundays is a great place to get your breakfast fix before exploring the Rhine Tower or the cool Mediahafen area. Just remember to make reservations in advance, us saying it's "popular" was an understatement.

📍 Lorettostraße 7, 40219 Düsseldorf, Germany


ALEX always comes to mind when we think of breakfast buffets in Düsseldorf.

Their buffet from Monday to Saturday is technically slightly smaller than their Sunday brunch buffet, but you should still be able to put together your favorite breakfast here! [2]


Despite peak hours attracting crowds, the short wait is worth it. You'll find a large array of staples like scrambed eggs, bacon, meats, cheeses, yogurt cereal, jam, fresh fruit, breads and so on.

Admittedly, prices have gone up in recent years. I remember it used to be really affordable, around €10 a person. But these days the weekday buffet is €14.60/adult — still cheaper than some hotel breakfasts though. 

Luckily for parents, children under 6 years old eat for free.

📍 Kasernenstraße 48, Graf-Adolf-Platz 15, 40213 Düsseldorf, Germany

Bistro Zicke

A sort of bistro-slash-pub in the Carlstadt neighborhood, Bistro Zicke is where many locals go for a typical German breakfast until 3 pm every day. [