For the team at Café Kompass it’s very important that nobody goes home hungry or disappointed. Most of the meals can be made in a gluten free version, those meals are marked in the menu. Those naturally gluten free are market with a crossed out wheat ear.
Gluten free Breakfast in the Café Kompass
Breakfast Buffet 6,90€
Tuesday – Friday: 9am – 12pm
with scrambled eggs, sausage, cheese, bacon, cereal and much more
Saturdays Buffet 8,90€
Saturday: 10am – 2pm
Breakfast Buffet with Saturday specials-Specials
also on bank holidays: 10am – 2pm
Breakfast Buffet with themed specials and orange juice
There’s also a mini breakfast with a coffee drink and either a mini-croissant or a small pretzel breadstick with butter for 3,80€.
The gluten free versions of the breakfasts cost 1€ more than the “normal” versions. I already added that Euro to the mentioned prices. The bread and the buns are prepared in a special baking bag to avoid a contamination with traces of gluten.
I really liked the breakfast, the buffet is varied and there’s something for everyone. The bread from Resch&Frisch is really tasty, but it also contains gluten free wheat starch. Everyone who can eat this should really give it a try, everyone who can’t can just stick to the buns, which are gluten and wheat free.
In summer you can sit outside in the beer garden, which is really nice. Furthermore the breakfast in the Café Kompass is the least expensive in Hamburg. With the normal buffet and a Latte Macchiato you’re still under 10€.
Gluten free Hamburgers and Fries at the Café Kompass
When we were there it was Father’s Day and they had a Father’s Day special: A BBQ Burger with fries. We had that and then twice the Solo Beef Burger (9,90€) without onions, but with extra cheese and extra bacon (0,60€ per extra) and sweet potato fries(3,60€). For the different fries we had Mayo once, Ketchup once (0,80€ per sauce) and once their homemade tomato salsa for 1,50€.
For the gluten free burgers they charge 1€ more, because gluten free burger buns cost more than normal ones and are made on a separate baking tray. In their deep fryer their make all their fries and sweet potato fires, but they’re also all gluten free.
The homemade tomato salsa was my personal highlight, especially with the crispy sweet-potato fries. For me personally it was too much bread on the burgers, but I have had that problem with every gluten free burger bun I have eaten so far.
The Latte Macchiato is made with Espresso Velutato No. 6 and costs 3,30€. If you want it the coffee can also be made with lactose free milk, soy-milk or almond milk.
They also sell home made lemonade from fresh ingredients, in the order they are displayed on the picture above: White Fu (White Fu Tea/lemon), LiMi (Lime/Mint) and IngO (Ginger/Orange). Per 0,4l glass it costs 4,50€.
tube station Christuskirche
Tel: 040 723 763 00
☀ summer opening times
Tue-Fri: 9:00 – 22:00
Sat: 10:00 – 22:00
Sun: 10:00 – 21:00
If you’ve been here before or you go here soon, I would be delighted when you leave a comment.