Together with Sawade and EINSTEIN KAFFEE, we invite you to our new shop-in-shop area in the west of Berlin. Discover the shared store and the new concept of this prominent location, which the star hairdresser Udo Walz previously used as a salon.

Both KPM Berlin as well as Sawade and EINSTEIN KAFFEE are established traditional brands for special quality and handcrafted enjoyment - handmade in Berlin. They have also established themselves as experts in everyday luxury and sophisticated moments of enjoyment far beyond the borders of the capital. On over 500 square meters in the commercial building built by Hans Geber in 1956 and most recently used by star hairdresser Udo Walz, the three Metropol brands present you authentic products from the heart of the city.


The porcelain manufacturer KPM Berlin, founded in 1763, still manufactures and paints porcelain by hand with the highest standards and greatest passion at the historic factory location directly at the Tiergarten. As one of the city's oldest manufacturing companies to this day and an expert in fine dining culture, KPM is very familiar with the delicious products from the Sawade truffle and praline factory.

Sawade, Berlin's oldest praline manufacturer, was founded in 1880 "Unter den Linden" in the center of Berlin. The first shop for fine homemade pralines, confections and chocolates was opened on Berlin's magnificent boulevard in house no. 18. Sawade quickly became court confectioner to Prince Georg von Prussia and Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Until the war, noble circles and other social classes ordered the sweet temptations in Berlin.

EINSTEIN KAFFEE has seen itself as a modern coffee house chain for over 40 years, anchored in the Italian and Viennese coffee culture. The concept is characterized by excellent coffee quality from our own roasting, regional dishes and high-quality interior. At Kurfürstendamm 32 you will be served the entire range of coffee specialties and types from our own roastery.


For the new KPM store on Berlin's Kurfürstendamm, three-dimensional wall panels were made from porcelain powder, chalk and glue by the Welter unique wall manufacturer. Individual elements of the kitchen in the new store, which presents KPM Berlin's latest product range, KPM LAB , are made of celadon. This beautiful color is a pale gray-green, which the KPM Berlin also used to decorate porcelain pieces from the 1930s to the 1980s.

Discover the diversity of the three Berlin veterans and convince yourself of the quality of their special products during your personal visit and moment of enjoyment in the KPM Pavilion.

Contact details and opening times can be found here .

We are looking forward to your visit!

Images: Holger Talinski