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The 10 best places to have breakfast in Arnhem

I have been living now for about half a year in Arnhem, The Netherlands. What I like the most about living in this city, is the number of local cafes and small shops. I often stroll around Arnhem to find new places to eat or shop.

This week someone asked me to meet for breakfast in Arnhem. I thought about it for a minute and suggested some places. This list includes those places and introduces you to the 10 best places to have breakfast in Arnhem. Enjoy your breakfast!

Disclaimer: please note that the opening times and prices are subject to change without notice, so always check the website of the restaurant or cafe for the newest information.

Urban Chef

Monday: 10.00-18.00
Tuesday – Saturday: 09.00-18.00
Sunday: 11.00-17.00

At this hidden spot in Arnhem, you can enjoy breakfast for just € 5,00. Try some American pancakes, Dutch wentelteefjes, yogurt, or eggs for breakfast. They also have a wide variety of cakes and sandwiches.

Mams Coffee

Monday – Wednesday: 07.00-21.00
Thursday – Friday: 07.00-22.00
Saturday: 8.00-22.00
Sunday: 11.00-20.00

Already open from 07:00 AM and serving great breakfast. It is located close to Arnhem central train station and therefore, very accessible. They have a wide variety of coffee and when having breakfast, you should try one of their great sandwiches (panini).

Bodega Chez Armand

Monday: 10.30-18.00
Tuesday – Saturday: 08.30-18.00
Sunday 11.00-17.00

In this cozy cafe, you can have a petit dejeuner for only € 6,50 including croissant, bread with ham and cheese, jam, orange juice, and coffee or tea. When you only order a cup of coffee, you get an enormous plate with cookies on your table. My bet that you can never eat all those cookies!

Anne & Max

Monday – Saturday: 08.00-18.00
Sunday: 09.00-18.00

Anne & Max is a must visit when staying in Arnhem! The place offers some great food from what most is homemade and organic. For breakfast you can try for example a breakfast plate for 2 persons, a smoothie bowl, homemade banana bread, or an organic croissant.

Instagram @annemaxarnhem

Arnhems Meisje

Monday: 11.00-22.00
Tuesday – Saturday: 09.00-22.00
Sunday: 11.00-20.00

Arnhems Meisje has a wide offer for breakfast. You can have a French breakfast with coffee and a croissant, enjoy an English breakfast with bacon and tomato, or try a Dutch breakfast with hagelslag and yogurt.


Monday – Wednesday: 09.00-22.00
Thursday – Saturday: 09.00-23.00
Sunday: 10.00-22.00

Dudok is also worth a visit for breakfast in Arnhem! Here you can enjoy eggs with bacon, a croissant, a muffin, or a combination menu for only € 13,50 existing of eggs, bacon, meat, cheese, jam, bread, croissant, muffin, orange juice, and coffee. Really worth a try!


Monday: closed
Tuesday – Saturday: 09.00-17.30
Sunday: 10.00-17.30

Hemels means heaven in Dutch and exactly like that tastes the food! You can try many things like English scones with clotted cream, American pancakes with maple syrup or yogurt with homemade granola. Also, don’t forget to try their delicious smoothies!


Monday – Thursday: 09.30-01.00
Thursday – Saturday: 09.30-02.00
Sunday: 09.30-01.00

At CASPAR you can have breakfast from 09.30 onward. Enjoy fresh yogurt, Dutch wentelteefjes, or try the Caspancakes with raisins and syrup.

Instagram @caspar_arnhem

Babo Cafe

Monday – Thursday: 09.00-00.00
Friday – Saturday: 09.00-02.00
Sunday: 10.00-00.00

Babo cafe has a wide breakfast offer. You can for example enjoy a croissant, pancakes, toast with eggs, Dutch wentelteefjes, or yogurt. The coffee is also good over here.


Monday – Wednesday: 09.00-18.00
Thursday: 09.00-21.00
Friday – Saturday: 09.00-22.00
Sunday 12.00-18.00

At the HEMA you can get a breakfast for only 2 euro! Just a tip for travelers on a tight budget! You will get coffee/tea, orange juice, croissant, jam, and a sandwich with egg.

Enjoy your breakfast in Arnhem!

Author: Daphne

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