Guten Morgen, Berlin!
Welcome to the wonderful world of Benedict, where breakfast is favored all day long – morning, mid-day, afternoon, evening or night. It is not a question of WHEN, but more of WHAT you eat that defines breakfast, and whether sweet or savory, large or small, the right breakfast will be served no matter what time of the day, 24/7.
Why “Benedict?” The restaurant was named after the famous “Eggs Benedict” – a dish invented in the 19th century by Lemuel Benedict, a retired Wall Street stockbroker. One day, Mr. Benedict wandered into the Waldorf Hotel’s restaurant hoping to find a cure for his morning hangover. He asked from the Head-chef Oscar Tschirky a “buttered toast, poached eggs, crisp bacon, and a hooker of Hollandaise.” The restaurant’s maître d’hôtel was so impressed with the spontaneous dish that he put it on the breakfast and luncheon menus.
Benedict is a fusion of a substantial portion of Tel-Avivian nonchalance, a dash of urban New York chic and a pinch of European bohemian charm, creating a tasty culinary journey around the globe. At Benedict, it is all about being relaxed, yet sophisticated, for a common start or even a restart of an exciting day. Here the day begins at any hour. Inspired by their many journeys, the four guys from Tel Aviv translated their culinary world tour into a menu. What they imagined Benedict to be is a dreamlike place like the Mad Tea Party from Alice in Wonderland.
Thanks to Benedict, the successful restaurant concept from Tel Aviv, everyone in Berlin – early birds and night owls alike – can now enjoy their most important meal of the day around the clock, every day of the week. Wake up Berlin! Your Breakfast is ready!
Uhlandstraße 49, 10719 Berlin
UBahn: U9 Spicherstraße, U3 Hohenzollernplatz
Opening Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week