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Lovely coffee shop Lumen in Stuttgart-West

Rhubarb cake at Lumen in Stuttgart-West

The west of Stuttgart ist one of these quarters where you can roam through the streets for hours and find little cafés around every corner. If you’re looking for a particularly lovely one, check out Lumen in Stuttgart-West!

Lumen in Stuttgart-West is located at the corner of Schwab- and Ludwigsstraße and easily reachable from the S-Bahn-station Schwabstraße (find more information about public transport in Stuttgart here). When you enter the café, you will fall in love with it in an instant. Lumen is a heaven for all fans of vintage decoration and furniture. It’s casual decor makes you feel comfy right away.

Lumen in Stuttgart-West is a comfy coffee shop/restaurant with seats for 70 people.

If you have meat-lovers, friends of Asian cuisine and vegetarians amongst your friends don’t worry. At Lumen you can all meet for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner as the menu offers something for all their tastes. Each day Lumen in Stuttgart-West provides four to five lunch options and from 6 pm onwards you can choose what you want to have for dinner from the menu. And in case you wonder, yes, this place is open nearly around the clock – from 9 am to midnight during the week and until 1 am on Fridays and Saturdays.

I personally loooove their cakes! And you can actually order them all day long. So how about cake for breakfast?! 😀

I love the cakes at Lumen in Stuttgart-West!

Seventy people find place inside and in front of Lumen in Stuttgart-West – but quite often more would love to get a table. So make sure you arrive early when you intend to visit this lovely place as they don’t do bookings in advance.

More information about:

Lumen (only in German)

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