The automatic answer to "where should we go for brunch?". If the collection of expresso cups spread around all the walls, the wax dripping from the candle holders that has made snow-like piles over the years and the great music selection isn't enough to convince you, take a look at the breakfast menu:
The first one, not very visible, is Amelie's. Classic croissant with butter and jam and coffee with milk. The second one, also not very visible, One flew over the cuckoo's nest, includes Eier im Glas, which they will warn you takes 15min to make, but tastes like a little piece of heaven. Sadly I didn't order it the day I took these pictures because I was too busy with another piece of heaven from the regular breakfast menu (which is in the regular menu with everything not named after a movie), the Lollo Rosstie
You might recognize it from instagblr. It's a slice of bread, salad, tomato, ham or salami, fried egg, cheese, all baked in the oven. It's a lot more delicious than it sounds, and very very easy to make at home.
BF had the usual, The Godfather
I don't know what yellow jam in the top left corner is, but it's delicious.
I can go on talking about how everything there tastes amazing, including their homemade honey+ginger+orange/mint tea and the coffee, but you should just go there if you have a chance. I promise it's worth it.
Lollo Rosso Caffè Bar
Monday - Friday 8-22h