Café Sibylle / Berlin

Karl-Marx-Allee 72 Berlin 10243
+49 30 29352203
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 20:00

Unser traditionsreiches Café Sibylle ist ein Veranstaltungsort, Museum und Restaurant in einem, eine perfekte Symbiose aus Kultur und Gastronomie. Neben Getränken, Eis, frisch gebackenem Kuchen und mediterranen Speisen bietet das Café auch eine beständige Ausstellung über die interessante Geschichte der Karl-Marx-Allee (Stalinallee) mit ihren Arbeiterpalästen.

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Tips from the Net @ Café Sibylle
Hector Almeida en
Nice café with mini museum on DDR GooglePlace - August 2017
David Risley en
A must do when you visit Karl Marx Allee. Has a small museum which is very useful understanding how the Allee was built. Pretty good food and coffee also. Has a feel of old East Berlin in its decor. Good for history buffs. GooglePlace - July 2017
Larissa Focke en
Where else in the world can you go to a cafe that doubles up as a museum that hosts regular monthly events? As their website indicates, Café Sybille was first opened in 1953 under the name "Milchtrinkhalle" and was really popular since day one. We went for coffee, cake, ice cream and a look around while my father was visiting. I would highly recommend this cafe as a perfect place to bring international guests and visiting friends / family. The service was good. I've taken one point off for the menu not being up-to-date and in need of a reprint. GooglePlace - July 2017
Lisa Tam en
Good place for cake and coffee. Has a little exhibition about the GDR, including the ear and mustache of a disassembled Stalin statue that used to grace the street. GooglePlace - July 2017
Kevin Hu en
A piece of the DDR era of Berlin and a breakfast cafe. There are good breakfast options at very reasonable prices. Friendly service and good food. It would have been nice if the cafe was even more DDR themed as it feels like it is a bit lost between the period and a modern cafe at times. The props inside give a good overview of the times though GooglePlace - May 2017