On offer is a simple but plentiful breakfast plate (cheeses, fruit, toast, quark, an egg and, of course, Hungarian salami; €7.50-9.50), which comes with a cup of coffee and a movie ticket included in the price.
The film starts at 1pm – mostly Eastern European arthouse, like punk friendship flick All That I Love, Poland’s 2009 submission for the Oscars. All are shown in original language with English subtitles – no dubbing!
So eat outside, soak up some summer sun before retiring for a good flick, while comfortably sitting on car-seat chairs – the perfect medium between doing something and nothing on a lazy Saturday.
Badehaus Kino, Revaler Str. 99, Friedrichshain, U-Bhf Warschauer Str., Sat: brunch 11:00, screening 13:00