Kapelle is a beautifully mellow Berlin café, located next to the historic Zionskirche on a leafy square, which apparently used to be a meeting point for The Red Orchestra Resistance Group who fought against the Nazis. Now it’s an organic/vegetarian café selling tasty breakfasts and light snacks to a mixed crowd of locals, scenesters, families and the odd OAP. The tall ceilings, blue-wood framed windows, wooden furnishings and breezy music (usually Latin, one of the owners is Brazilian) create a rustic and relaxed mood. Newspapers hang from the walls and the menu offers a wealth of healthy, hangover-challenging goodness: Brazilian juices, soya milk coffees, dark bread bagels, plus devilish delights like hot waffles, pizzas and more. It’s worth coming for their generous weekend breakfasts (served until 5pm). Vegans and the allergic are also catered for at Kapelle, and the café is in a good location to catch the Sunday flea market at Arkonaplatz.