A Cookie with your Coffee – Kreuzberg
This week, I traveled to Kreuzberg for a lunch date with Marlon. Once we arrived in the Greafekiez, we stumbled upon a lovely looking cafe: Floor’s. The cafe stands out from the other, more rough looking cafes, pubs, bars and hamburger joints. With a bright looking white sunscreen, and hardwood benches on their terrace, Floor’s is looking way more charming than her neighbors.
My heart skipped a beat when I read the lunch menu: bagels! I was really craving for them that day. I chose the bagel with salmon and cream cheese. Marlon ordered a bagel with just cream cheese. Our coffee and tea came with a cookie. “Wow” I thought, “that is actually so Dutch” (almost everywhere in the Netherlands you will get a free cookie with your warm beverage). The penny eventually dropped, when I visited their Dutch-themed restroom! Floor’s is indeed managed by two Dutch people, Florentina and Bram. I found out later that they serve typical Dutch cherry pie. Besides this pie, I could not discover any other Dutch specialties.
The interior looks nice and clean, with a nice looking counter with several yummy looking cakes and snacks. The cafe consists of 2 separate rooms. The first one, in the front, looks more cozy than the room in the back, where there’s a fridge, and the walls are looking a bit boring. The good thing about this room is that’s quieter, so a perfect place to read or work on your laptop.
The bagels we ordered were tasty, no doubts that the other options on their menu are good as well. Service is friendly and fast. Next to this, they serve a pretty mean coffee (including cookie!), I seriously recommend Floor’s.
Food: 5 out of 5
Interior: 4 out of 5
Service: 4 out of 5
Mo–Fr: 08:00–19:00 hours
Sa and Su: 10:00–19:00 hours