• FRA - Coffee Fellows - T1

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  • Coffee-tea Coffee & Tea
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Coffee shop franchise founded 1999 in Munich and has grown to operate 200+ outlets across Europe. Offers coffee, tea, smoothies, and light food like bagel sandwiches, cookies, and pastries. Has plant milks such as soymilk. One sandwich is labeled as vegan: bagel with hummus, tomato, and avocado. Also check what the vegan baked options are such as apple pie. Concept is similar to Starbucks. Open Mon-Sun 06:00-21:00.

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5 Reviews

First Review by Tank242


Points +975

26 Nov 2023

Go-to in Frankfurt airport

Coffee Fellows has plant milk and a decent shawarma bagel which is better than a lot of alternatives in the airport



Points +97

04 Nov 2023

vegan cinnamon roll and plant milk for coffee

I had a vegan cinnamon rolls, and oat milk in my coffee. I noticed they also sold a vegan Sharma panini. A pleasant find for a early monjng flight near gate z19.


Points +145

20 Dec 2019

Marked vegan options

I’ve eaten their avocado sandwich on a prior trip and it was good. It was the only option back then. This time around, they also have a marked vegan apple cake and vegan avocado sandwich made with german bread (the previous avocado sandwich which also includes other standard sandwich veggies is still there and is a different item on the menu). Quick service, standard European prices.

Pros: Growing number of vegan options , Good taste


Points +96

12 Jul 2019

Vegan friendly

The avocado bagel sandwich has cucumber, tomato and lettuce in addition to the avocado. It’s a delicious snack to go along with a soy latte.

Pros: Vegan sandwich, Veggie options too


Points +1509

09 Jun 2016

The best veg*n option @FRA

Coffee Fellows provides a decent soy cappuccino and various vegetarian and vegan bagels, as well as cakes and cookies.

Bagels are freshly prepared in front of the customer, only the sweet stuff is stored in the counter, which does not affect the product negatively.

As a german company and unlike US based major brand coffee bars it is paying its taxes in Germany.

The store itself is located next to a larger book- and newspaperstore and the whole concept situated in a calm section of the airport. Especially if you have to kill some time before your flight this might come in handy.

IMHO this is the best place to go for vegan food due to moderate pricing, good taste and stable quality.

Pros: Good bagles, nice location

Cons: not organic, not fair trade

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