• Backerei Kadtler

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  • Bakery Bakery

A kosher vegetarian bakery serves bread, crispy rolls, pastries and and a rich selection of cakes. All kosher baked goods are baked under full waiver of pregelatinized flours. Eggs are the only dairy product used. Supervised and certified by the Rabbi of the Jewish community in Berlin. Opened since 2004. About half of the products are vegan but they are not labeled, so please ask. Staff does not speak English. Open Mon-Fri 06:00-18:30, Sat 07:00-12:00.

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4 Reviews

First Review by Joloco


Points +46

16 Feb 2021

große vegane Auswahl

Leckeres Gebäck, nicht zu teuer. Vegan ist alles mit grüner Umrandung bei dem Schild.

Cons: keine vegane Milch zum Kaffee, Personal meistens genervt



Points +28

21 May 2020

Not Kosher

This place claims to be kosher but it’s not. It’s open on Shabbat and doesn’t show any certificate. It has a lot vegetarian options and some vegan though. But i just don’t like people who claim things not true.

Pros: Some vegan options, Good bread, Nice staff

Cons: Not so many options, Claims something it’s not


Points +544

16 Aug 2018

My favourite bakery

Its around my place and I usually get my weekend rolls and croissant there. It’s kosher verified by a Rabbi. One woman working there is German and one Russian I think. But they don’t speak good English as I recognised when few English customers were there. The bread is always fresh. Go for a Hamantasch. Around Purim they offer more varieties of it.

Pros: Croissant , Hamantasch , Kosher


Points +311

09 Jul 2016

Bakery with vegan options

The vegan options here are marked, but very subtly. The labels in the display case have a thin green border on them if the items are vegan, so look closely! Although some of the labels we missing when we were there, so we had to ask the miserable staff member.

The vegan croissants we bought were tasty, and we also got a Mandelecke (almond triangle slice thing) which was great, but perhaps a little too sweet. They've also got a fridge with some overpriced Alpro yoghurts in it if you fancy paying double for them.

So overall, decent food, worth dropping by if you're in the area and don't mind the Berliner Schnauze.

Pros: vegan croissants!

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