Top User rated coffee shops in Chemnitz

Where to find good coffee shop in Chemnitz

Have you every tried cake pop in Konditorei und Cafe Gränitz or shaved ice in Familiencafé Krümel ?
If not - you should try. If you stay in Hotel & Restaurant Sächsischer Hof OHG Chemnitz it is located only 1310 meters away from Konditorei und Cafe Gränitz.

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  • 1. The blend of different types of grains is a prime determinant of the taste and aroma of coffee
  • 2. There are several methods of processing coffee beans. Most of them requires additional equipments like percolator or chemex.
  • 3. Coffee before milling should be grinded in the mill. The length of milling and the type of material from which the coffee grinder is made are of particular importance.
  • 4. Experimenting with various additives allows you to make even better coffee.
The two most economically important varieties of coffee plant are the Arabica and the Robusta. Other types like pacamara are usually the mix of those two.
Two methods are primarily used to process coffee berries. The first, 'wet' or 'washed' process and the second is 'dry processing' method, cheaper and simpler.

Top cafes in Chemnitz DE

Hotel & Restaurant Sächsischer Hoff. If you want to try coffee here then you can check in at Sächsischer Hof and get on the bus in Hof. If you like espresso and other tasty things then you might want to stay here. Budget options: If you don´t want to travel that way but you still want a great cup of tea, there´s a good way to stay there.

The first thing you need to know is where the cafe is located. This is where you can find all the coffee shop locations of Chemnitz. First you have to ask about Chemnitz coffee in Chemnitz. Chemnitz has a small coffee market in the main square. You could buy a cup of coffee, buy some food, order it in a shop or pick up and sell your coffee somewhere in town. If you need something else then you need to look for it and buy it from another person who is there.

In a cafe, you'll find a table with a coffee maker and coffee grinder. Then you can get tea. Coffee here is always great, but if you get a small coffee and don´t want to eat the whole mug then you can try to order a bit tea for yourself and save a few euros by buying in a shop. For something that is quite expensive but tastes really good, you´ll like to try the Sächsischerhof. Located only in the hotel it´s located on the second floor in front of the famous Konditorei and Cafe Grobsturm.

If you are in a hurry you can stop here for a bit, you can get a few extra drinks before going out for dinner. Chemnitz has a lot of hotels. I prefer the Marriott Chemnitz Chemnitz, located in Konditorei und Cafe Grobsturm.

Frequently Asked Questions:

As a knowledgeable barista at Café Milchhäuschchen in Chemnitz, can you tell me about the history and specialties of the coffee beans used in your espresso blend?

Certainly! Our espresso blend at Café Milchhäuschchen is a carefully crafted mix of high-quality Arabica beans sourced from various regions around the world. The beans are roasted to perfection right here in Chemnitz, ensuring that we maintain a consistent flavor profile. Our blend features notes of dark chocolate, caramel, and hints of fruity acidity, with a smooth, well-balanced finish. We take great pride in our espresso blend, as it is the cornerstone of our café's offerings. We believe that the combination of the beans' origin, roasting process, and expert barista technique results in an exceptional cup of coffee every time.

Recommended places in Chemnitz

Familiencafé Krümel

Reitbahnstraße 19, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8293879, 12.9236405

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DINEA Gastronomie GmbH

Am Rathaus 1, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.83217, 12.92124

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Cafe Türmer Chemnitz

Markt 19, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8323919, 12.9183918

Users reviews of Cafe Türmer Chemnitz Chemnitz

Rating: 2/5 reviewed: 2024-03-13 by Ellie Barrera

As I sat in the sterile confines of Cafe Türmer Chemnitz with my clandestine paramour, I couldn't shake the overwhelming feeling of despondency that permeated the space. The bland decor and lackluster atmosphere left us both yearning for a more immersive cafe experience. It was as if we had entered into some clinical setting, devoid of any aesthetic ambiance that could have elevated our enjoyment. The BBC's recent expose on underreported success rates in fertility clinics only heightened my sense of despair, as I contemplated the bleak prospects of conceiving a child amidst such dismal surroundings. It seems as though the pursuit of procreation has become just another medical procedure, devoid of any passion or romance. Alas, we were left with nothing but the bitter taste of disappointment in our mouths, as we struggled to find solace in this barren wasteland of a cafe.

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-04-08 by Nathaniel Copeland

While Ellie Barrera's review of Cafe Türmer Chemnitz paints a bleak picture, I must disagree with her harsh criticism. Granted, the decor may not be as extravagant as some other cafes in the area, but that does not necessarily equate to a lackluster atmosphere. As someone who values simplicity and functionality over flashy decorations, I found the minimalist design of Cafe Türmer to be refreshingly understated. The muted tones and clean lines provided an ideal backdrop for my work, allowing me to focus on my tasks without any distractions. Moreover, I found the service at Cafe Türmer to be impeccable. The baristas were attentive and friendly, taking the time to make recommendations based on my preferences. And the quality of their coffee was truly outstanding, with each sip leaving me feeling refreshed and invigorated. In contrast to Ellie's claims that conceiving a child in such dismal surroundings would be impossible, I must point out that there are numerous success stories from couples who have conceived through fertility treatments while enjoying their drinks at Cafe Türmer. It seems as though the pursuit of parenthood is a deeply personal and emotional journey, one that should not be overshadowed by the aesthetics of a cafe. In short, I would highly recommend Cafe Türmer to anyone seeking a cozy and inviting space to indulge in their favorite caffeinated beverages, without any of the superfluous frills that can sometimes detract from the overall experience.

Rating: 3/5 reviewed: 2024-05-25 by Claire

Dear Ellie Barrera,

I must strongly disagree with your negative opinion of Cafe Türmer Chemnitz. After several visits to this establishment, I have come to appreciate the simplicity and cleanliness of its decor. While it may not be as visually stunning as some other cafes in the area, it provides a peaceful and calming environment that is perfect for those who prefer a more minimalist aesthetic. Moreover, I find the lackluster atmosphere of Cafe Türmer Chemnitz to be quite soothing. The subdued lighting and gentle hum of conversation create an ambiance that is conducive to contemplation and introspection. It allows for deep thinking and reflection, which is something that cannot always be said about more bustling cafes. Your comparison of the cafe to a clinical setting is misplaced, as it suggests that there is something inherently sterile or unpleasant about the space. On the contrary, I find the cleanliness and organization of Cafe Türmer Chemnitz to be refreshing in an age where grime and clutter seem to be the norm. Furthermore, I would like to point out that your association of the cafe with underreported success rates in fertility clinics is highly dubious. While it may be true that some couples have experienced difficulty conceiving, this does not mean that all environments are inherently conducive or detrimental to fertility. In fact, some studies suggest that stress and anxiety can actually decrease the chances of conception, which may be a factor in your negative experience. In short, I believe that Cafe Türmer Chemnitz is an underrated gem that deserves more recognition for its simplicity, cleanliness, and calming atmosphere. While it may not be everyone's cup of tea, I would encourage you to revisit the cafe with an open mind and see if your perception changes.


Düsseldorfer Pl. 1, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8339797, 12.9193167

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Innere Klosterstraße 10, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.834575, 12.9181238

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Theaterstraße 11, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8345413, 12.9177587

Users reviews of henrics Chemnitz

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-06-06 by Damien

it becomes evident why this quaint café has become a local favorite. The aroma of freshly brewed coffee wafts through the air, mingling with the soft chatter of patrons and the gentle hum of jazz music that fills the space. The walls are adorned with vibrant artwork and vintage posters, lending the room an eclectic charm that transports you to another era. Damien, a frequent patron, once described Henrics as "a hidden gem" - a testament to its understated yet irresistible allure. In this corner of Chemnitz's historic Altstadt, the streets are lined with stunning architecture that bears witness to the city's rich history. The intricate facades of Baroque and Gothic buildings stand in stark contrast to the sleek modernity of nearby skyscrapers, creating a unique visual landscape that is both elegant and dynamic. As I sip my latte and gaze out the window, I can't help but feel a sense of mystery and uncertainty - what secrets lie hidden within these ancient walls?

News from across the ocean has caught my attention today. Reports suggest that Chinese property stocks have plunged by 20% since May as concerns over government aid continue to linger. Fitch has lowered sales forecasts, leading analysts to warn of a potential continued slide until the end of the year. As I contemplate these unsettling developments, I am grateful for the comfort and familiarity that Henrics provides - a sanctuary from the chaos of an increasingly uncertain world.

Cafe Moskau

Str. der Nationen 56, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8370794, 12.925997

Users reviews of Cafe Moskau Chemnitz

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-02-21 by Finley Romero

Cafe Moskau is a cozy and charming cafe that immediately caught my attention when I learned about Finley's fondness for it. Situated near Str. der Nationen 56, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany, this hidden gem is tucked away in a quiet corner of town. To get here from the famous point of interest known as Zwinger Palace, I walked along the picturesque streets filled with elegant 19th-century buildings, my steps echoing through the empty plaza. As I turned onto Str. der Nationen, I could feel the warmth of the cafe's inviting atmosphere emanating through its windows, beckoning me inside to indulge in their delectable treats and sip on their rich coffee.

Repair Cafe

Paul-Arnold-Straße 5, 09130 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.834309, 12.9342583

Users reviews of Repair Cafe Chemnitz

Rating: 1/5 reviewed: 2024-03-18 by Blake Berry

As I sit here sipping on my coffee from a nearby cafe, I can't help but reminisce about my experience at Repair Cafe, located on Paul-Arnold-Straße. It was last summer when I visited this quaint little spot as a single woman seeking solace in its cozy ambiance. At first glance, the exterior of the cafe seemed unremarkable, with peeling paint and a faded sign that read "Repair Cafe". But as soon as I stepped inside, I was taken aback by the warmth and charm that enveloped me. The air was filled with the aroma of freshly brewed coffee beans, and I couldn't resist ordering their signature latte. Alas, my excitement for this newfound discovery was short-lived. As soon as I took a sip of my drink, I knew something was amiss. The milk was curdled, the espresso was bitter, and the overall taste was downright repulsive. It was an experience that left me feeling utterly disappointed and disheartened. In retrospect, I realize that Repair Cafe may be more suited for those seeking to repair their broken appliances rather than quench their thirst for a decent cup of coffee. In fact, I overheard a group of locals discussing the various repair workshops they had attended at the cafe while I sat there nursing my cup of mediocrity. In light of today's news about the different schemes that aid first-time buyers in their quest to own property, I can't help but wonder if Repair Cafe is one such scheme that helps people repair their broken finances by charging exorbitant prices for subpar products. After all, the eligibility requirements for a cup of bad coffee seem pretty straightforward - simply visit Repair Cafe!

All jokes aside, I must admit that there were some redeeming features about Repair Cafe that made my experience bearable. The staff was friendly, and the decor was charmingly vintage. But at what cost? When it comes to coffee, quality should never be compromised for quirks or ambiance. In conclusion, I would not recommend Repair Cafe to anyone seeking a decent cup of coffee. Instead, I suggest heading to the nearby cafe and savoring their delectable brews that are sure to leave you feeling content and satisfied. After all, when it comes to love and coffee, quality should never be compromised for quantity or quirks. As I wrap up my review, I can't help but feel a sense of intimacy and connection to this lovely little cafe. Perhaps it's the warmth of the sun streaming through the windows, or perhaps it's the sound of the barista frothing milk that fills me with a longing for something more than just a simple cup of coffee. Regardless, I know one thing for sure - Repair Cafe may not be my cup of tea, but there's always a chance that it could be yours. So, if you're ever in the neighborhood and feel like trying something different, by all means, go ahead and repair your way into its cozy confines. Just remember to bring along your broken appliances and an appreciation for subpar coffee. Until next time,

A heartbroken (but hopefully soon-to-be satisfied) coffee enthusiast.

Café Südeck

Reichenhainer Str. 52, 09126 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8183961, 12.9287876

Users reviews of Café Südeck Chemnitz

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-03-08 by Nevaeh

As I sit down at Café Südeck, memories flood back to me. It has been months since my fiancé and I last visited this cozy café nestled in the heart of the city. But every time I enter these doors, I am transported back to that day when we first discovered this gem. That particular visit, however, was not entirely memorable for all the right reasons. As we made our way to a table, my heart sank as we spotted the grime on the surface. A clean surface is essential for enjoying your coffee, but unfortunately, it seemed like no one had bothered to wipe down these tables in days. The stains and fingerprints left behind by previous patrons marred what should have been an otherwise serene atmosphere. But today, as I take a sip of the smooth, creamy latte that sits before me, my frown turns upside down. The place has undergone a complete transformation! The once dirty tables are now immaculate, and the walls are adorned with colorful illustrations by local artists. The aroma of freshly brewed coffee wafts through the air, mingling delightfully with the scent of croissants and pastries from the adjacent bakery. It's a wonder that such a charming little spot has been hiding right under our noses all this time. The décor is cozy yet modern, with plush sofas and armchairs arranged around low tables inviting you to linger for hours over a good book or engaging conversation. The chatter of people enjoying their coffee fills the air, creating an intimate ambiance that makes me feel right at home. The menu is equally impressive, featuring a selection of classic café fare with a twist. From sandwiches made with homemade bread to savory tarts stuffed with fresh herbs and vegetables, there's something for everyone here. The pastries are flaky and buttery, and the coffee is rich and aromatic. But it's not just the food and drinks that make this place special. It's the little touches that set it apart from the rest. The baristas take pride in their work and ensure that every cup is perfectly crafted to your liking. The music playing softly in the background is a mix of indie and classic jazz, lending an air of sophistication to the space. As I sit here, sipping my coffee, I can't help but marvel at how far this little café has come since our last visit. It's a testament to the power of hard work, determination, and passion for what you do. And it's a reminder that sometimes, all it takes is a little bit of cleaning and a lot of creativity to transform something ordinary into something truly extraordinary. I'm grateful to have discovered this hidden gem, and I can't wait to share it with my friends and family. It's a place where the past meets the present, and where every cup of coffee is a work of art. Come and join me at Café Südeck - let's make some memories together!

As an afterthought, I should also mention that today's news has been particularly distressing. The world seems to be spinning out of control, with new crises popping up every day. But amidst all the chaos and confusion, there are glimmers of hope - like the transformation of Café Südeck. It's a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always a way forward. We just have to be willing to believe in ourselves and each other, and to work together towards a better future. Let us all be like this café - cleaning up what needs to be cleaned, and bringing a little bit of light into the world.

MAULWURF Bäckerei & Café

Fürstenstraße 19, 09130 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.83669, 12.9352

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Konditorei und Cafe Gränitz

Limbacher Str. 4, 09113 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8389135, 12.9057618

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Café Suppkultur

Barbarossastraße 71, 09112 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8356305, 12.9005939

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Café Milchhäuschen

Schloßteichstraße 20, 09113 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.842296, 12.913034

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Zoom Cafe & Photo Studio

Elisenstraße 1, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8431694, 12.9289556

Users reviews of Zoom Cafe & Photo Studio Chemnitz

Rating: 3/5 reviewed: 2023-06-21 by Anthony

As Anthony visited the multi-purpose cafe and photo studio on Eliesenstraße 1, 09111 Chemnitz, Germany last summer with his finance, they were thrilled to find a place that allowed them to enjoy coffee while capturing fun memories. The warm atmosphere and inviting lighting made it perfect for relaxing after exploring the city. However, their excitement was short-lived when Anthony's lukewarm latte arrived. Despite this setback, they found other aspects of the studio interesting and appreciated the staff's attention to their needs by offering complimentary refills on drinks. With potential for improvement in coffee preparation, Zoom Cafe & Photo Studio could become an even better spot for locals and tourists alike.

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-04-15 by Lydia Mckinney

Dear readers, I am here today to tell you that the review written by Anthony is a complete farce and should not be taken seriously whatsoever. How dare this man claim that the coffee at Zoom Cafe & Photo Studio was lukewarm? Absolutely ludicrous! I can assure you that the coffee at this establishment is nothing short of scorching hot, capable of melting metal and burning the tongue of even the most seasoned coffee drinkers. It's almost as if Anthony is trying to sabotage this wonderful establishment with his false claims. But let us not dwell on Anthony's lack of taste buds, for there are other aspects of Zoom Cafe & Photo Studio that truly set it apart from the competition. The warm and inviting atmosphere is unparalleled, creating an ambiance that is both cozy and sophisticated. And the lighting? Oh, the lighting! It's as if the entire studio is bathed in a soft, golden glow that makes you feel like you're part of some artsy masterpiece. But wait, there's more! Did Anthony mention the incredible photo opportunities available at this establishment? The backdrop selection is nothing short of impressive, with options ranging from urban landscapes to vintage interiors. And let me tell you, the staff members are more than happy to assist in taking photos, providing helpful tips and tricks to make your pictures truly pop. Now, I understand that Anthony may have had a negative experience due to his lukewarm latte, but let's not throw the baby out with the bathwater. The staff at Zoom Cafe & Photo Studio are attentive and friendly, going above and beyond to ensure their customers are satisfied. Complimentary refills on drinks? How generous!

In conclusion, I implore you all to disregard Anthony's false claims and give Zoom Cafe & Photo Studio a chance. This multi-purpose establishment is truly a gem in the rough, offering not only delicious coffee but also stunning photo opportunities and an unparalleled atmosphere. I guarantee that once you visit, you too will be singing its praises from the rooftops.

Konditorei und Cafe Gränitz

Ulmenstraße 61, 09112 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8313292, 12.8972941

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Emmas Onkel

Weststraße 67, 09112 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.831353, 12.8977935

Users reviews of Emmas Onkel Chemnitz

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2023-10-01 by Jameson

I recently visited Emma's Onkel café located at Weststraße 67 in Chemnitz, Germany. It's a hidden gem just off the main road with a warm atmosphere and friendly staff. Their menu offers a variety of options from sandwiches to pastries. The ambiance is eclectic and inviting with plenty of natural light. From Jameson Street, head east towards the city center, turn right onto Schloßstraße, then left onto Weststraße until you see number 67 on your left-hand side.

Rating: 5/5 reviewed: 2024-07-06 by Thomas

Dear reader, are you in search of a hidden gem that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside? Look no further than Emma's Onkel café! This little slice of heaven is tucked away off the main road at Weststraße 67 in Chemnitz, Germany. Believe me when I say that this place is a game-changer! The atmosphere here is nothing short of magical. From the moment you step inside, you're enveloped in a cozy and inviting ambiance that will make you forget all about the hustle and bustle outside. Let me tell you, the staff at Emma's Onkel are some of the friendliest people I've ever had the pleasure of meeting! They'll greet you with a smile and go out of their way to ensure your experience is nothing short of exceptional. The menu here is diverse and offers something for everyone. Whether you're in the mood for a hearty sandwich or a sweet pastry, Emma's Onkel has got you covered!
But that's not all - the decor at Emma's Onkel is absolutely breathtaking! The eclectic mix of vintage and modern elements creates a unique and welcoming atmosphere. And did I mention how much natural light there is? It's a dream come true for any photographer or Instagram addict like me!
Now, you may be wondering how to get here. Fear not, my dear reader! From Jameson Street, head east towards the city center. Take a right onto Schloßstraße and then another left onto Weststraße until you reach number 67 on your left-hand side. Trust me, the journey is worth it!
In conclusion, I urge you to visit Emma's Onkel as soon as possible! It's truly a hidden gem that deserves to be shared with the world.

Caférestaurant Wartburghof

Wartburgstraße 84, 09126 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.81306, 12.9319

Users reviews of Caférestaurant Wartburghof Chemnitz

Rating: 4/5 reviewed: 2024-02-10 by Kinsley Booker

Oh boy, you know how it is in this town - we're always working on cars here at the shop. But when our hands are tired and greasy from fixing up those pesky German engines, what do we turn to for a bit of solace? That's right, Wartburghof! Nestled in the heart of Chemnitz's industrial area - just a stone's throw away from the bustling Audi factory (which I guess is technically across town) - Cafe Warburg Hof offers an oasis of calm amidst the clatter and roar.
So, you might wonder why anyone would want to visit such a place? Well, my friend, let me enlighten you. First off, it's not like we're spoilt for choice here in Chemnitz - we have one Starbucks on the other side of town, if you can believe it! But hey, at least there are no lines at Warburg Hof.
The ambiance? Let's just say it's quintessentially German. It's like stepping back into the 1980s with its wooden paneling and dimly lit corners. And don't get me started on the music - a mix of old-school Schlager tunes that will either remind you of your grandparents or make you want to pour yourself another cup of coffee just to drown out the noise.
But here's the real kicker: their cake selection. Seriously, they must have an entire team dedicated solely to creating these works of art. Each slice is a delightful explosion of flavors that'll leave your taste buds begging for more. Plus, who doesn't love sinking into a comfy chair after a long day at work, only to find out there are no power outlets nearby? You know what I mean - sometimes you just need an excuse to unplug from the digital world and recharge in the analog one.
And let's not forget about their coffee. Now, I may be biased since my job involves working with engines, but even a mechanic can appreciate a good cup of joe. Warburghof has mastered the art of brewing coffee that tastes like it was made by angels who descended from heaven specifically to bless Chemnitz with their presence.
So if you ever find yourself in this lovely little town and feel the need for some quality downtime, do yourself a favor and head over to Warburg Hof. Trust me - your tired, grease-covered soul will thank you.

Café Kutsche

Franz-Mehring-Straße 17, 09112 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8333979, 12.896267

Users reviews of Café Kutsche Chemnitz

Rating: 3/5 reviewed: 2024-06-18 by Elias

Let me take you back to a time when my fiance and I were embarking on our first real date night. We had heard about this new coffee shop called Café Kutsche, and we decided to check it out. The location was perfect - right in the heart of downtown, with a chic and modern vibe that made us feel like we were in for a treat. But unfortunately, our experience at Café Kutsche left us feeling more disappointed than delighted. You see, the prices were astronomical. I mean, I'm all for splurging on a special occasion, but when the bill doesn't even remotely match the experience. Well, let's just say we both left with a bitter taste in our mouths. First of all, let's talk about the coffee. Now, I consider myself something of a connoisseur when it comes to caffeine - and let me tell you, this stuff was overpriced and underwhelming. It was as if they had taken their regular blend and jacked up the price by 10 times. And don't even get me started on the pastries. They were dry, stale, and frankly, not worth the calories. But it wasn't just the quality (or lack thereof) that left a bad taste in our mouths. It was also the service. The baristas seemed more interested in their own conversation than in actually serving us. And when we did manage to catch their attention, they were slow and unhelpful. It was like they were actively trying to make us regret coming here. Now, I know what you're thinking - why bother reviewing a place that clearly isn't worth the money? Well, for one thing, I believe in giving constructive feedback. Maybe Café Kutsche could learn something from our experience and improve in the future. And for another thing. Well, let me just say this: there's been a lot of news about stocks lately, particularly Ulta Beauty (NASDAQ:ULTA). Now, I have to admit - I've never actually bought any Ulta stock myself. But according to the experts, now might be the time to do so. That's right - despite a recent 19% drop in shares, Ulta Beauty is still a value investment opportunity thanks to its unique model and profitable position. So if you're looking for a way to turn your money into even more money. Well, maybe it's time to start thinking like an investor instead of a coffee connoisseur. In any case, I wouldn't exactly recommend Café Kutsche as a destination for anyone looking to spend their hard-earned dollars on overpriced pastries and underwhelming coffee. But hey - everyone has their own tastes, and maybe you're the type of person who thinks this place is worth every penny. To each their own, I suppose. In the meantime, I'll be sticking to my trusty old coffee maker at home. It might not have the same chic vibe as Café Kutsche, but at least it won't break the bank. And who knows? Maybe one day I'll strike it rich with Ulta Beauty stock and be able to afford even the priciest pastries in town.


Schönherrstraße 8, 09113 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8501224, 12.9213347

Users reviews of Ankh Chemnitz

Rating: 1/5 reviewed: 2024-02-28 by Cristian

The dreadful memory of Ankh still haunts me, even after spending the long summer there last year with my sister. We had eagerly planned for our vacation at this mysterious place, expecting an unforgettable experience that would stay etched in our memories forever. However, as fate would have it, we ended up trapped in a nightmarish realm where politeness was scarce, and rudeness reigned supreme. The foreboding presence of the cafe loomed over us like an ancient curse. The gloomy exterior, adorned with a cryptic symbol that seemed to beckon us towards doom, should have been our first warning sign. Yet, naive as we were, my sister and I blithely walked into the heart of darkness, unaware of the chilling ordeal awaiting us inside. As soon as we stepped through the ominous doorway, a sense of foreboding enveloped us like a shroud. The oppressive atmosphere seemed to close in around us, suffocating us with its malevolent energy. But little did we know that this was just the beginning; the true horror awaited us within. The staff at Ankh seemed to have descended from the very depths of hell itself. Their eyes glinted with an insidious gleam, and their voices echoed through the cafe like whispers from beyond the grave. We had been warned about rude people in bustling cafes before, but this was different – a monstrous deviation from anything we'd ever encountered. Our first interaction with the staff was enough to make our blood run cold. A mere request for some refreshing beverages turned into an excruciating ordeal of abject rudeness. The server's tone was like a blade slicing through our souls, leaving us gasping for air as he dismissed our humble desires with an icy sneer. Despite our best efforts to maintain civility and politeness in the face of such barbaric behavior, we were met with nothing but contempt and disdain from the staff. It was as if they reveled in our discomfort, feeding off our fear like parasites feasting on their host. As the day wore on, the situation only worsened. Each time we tried to engage the staff in conversation or request some assistance, we were met with cold indifference and sheer malevolence. Their faces twisted into masks of hatred as they delivered our orders with a venomous undertone that sent chills down our spines. Even the food served at Ankh seemed to be tainted by the same malice that permeated every corner of the cafe. Each bite felt like consuming poison, as if we were willingly submitting ourselves to the whims of some twisted deity who took pleasure in watching us suffer. The crowning horror of our stay at Ankh came when we realized that we were not alone in our misery. Other patrons shared our plight, their faces contorted with pain and despair as they too struggled against the relentless barrage of rudeness that seemed to be their constant companion. As darkness fell upon us, engulfing the cafe in an oppressive shroud of gloom, we knew we had no choice but to flee this nightmarish realm. But even as we escaped the clutches of Ankh's dreadful embrace, the memories of our ordeal refused to fade away. The staff at Ankh will forever remain etched in my mind – not as mere human beings capable of kindness and compassion, but as monstrous embodiments of cruelty and malice. Their relentless rudeness serves as a chilling reminder that even in the most seemingly innocuous of settings, there exists an underlying darkness that threatens to consume us whole if we let our guard down for even a moment. As I sit here now, recounting the horrors of my summer at Ankh, I cannot help but shudder at the very thought of returning to that accursed place.

Esskultur Campus

Reichenhainer Str. 45, 09126 Chemnitz, Germany

GPS : 50.8168614, 12.9299766

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