Having been on a rather (overly) ambitious run to Templelhofer Feld we were looking to fuel our day ahead in a big way.
8 x TOMASA brunches comprising of:

Grilled pork tenderloin with tomato hollandaise

Smoked salmon with honey-dill-mustard sauce

Camembert with cranberry and tomato mozzarella

Baked quarkkeulchen with cinnamon and sugar

Apple compote

Scrambled eggs with bacon

Nuremberg sausages

complete with croissants, bread rolls, butter and jam.

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Backing right onto the lower end of Viktoria-Park, the Villa Tomasa in der Kreuzberg was built in 1892 by Hermann Blankenstein and Fritz Haack. The 2-story eatery converted red brick villa still houses the pumps of Kreuzberg waterfalls in its basement and has a courtyard, fireplaces and bar area. Having been rebuilt and modernized in 2002, the villa Tomasa is now a protected monument.

Thanks Shirley, my personal Berlin TripAdvisor for finding this glorious spot!

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