Kioski Finnish pastries from a designer kiosk

Monday, November 13 2023

Opening Times

Monday to Friday 9-16


Ritterstraße 9
10969 Berlin-Kreuzberg
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Bright yellow like the sun, the Kioski in a Kreuzberg backyard not only brightens up the grey everyday office life of the employees in the surrounding office buildings but also delights passers-by with various Finnish-inspired treats. The small kiosk combines Italian coffee culture with the Finnish roots of chef Ann-Marie von Löw. In addition to Finnish cinnamon buns and Karelian pierogi, there is also a fantastic selection of crispy toasts, sandwiches and baguettes.

Apart from all kinds of delicacies, the kiosk is also well worth a visit as a design attraction. The canary yellow Kioski is a rare original example of the Kiosk 67 series of room modules developed in the 1960s by the Slovenian architect and designer Saša J. Mächtig. While the often gaudy modules originally characterised the cityscape in Eastern Europe, one example of Kiosk 67 even made it into the collection of the MoMA in New York.

Café, snack bar, mini-restaurant and living exhibit - even in colourful Berlin, the Kioski is a special place and a meeting point for neighbours and visitors alike.

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