Data Kitchen is at home at Data Space by SAP.

Head chef Alexander Brosin creates an international, but Berlin-inspired cuisine with regional ingredients and sends it through a digital automat directly to the guest. Without waiting time, breakfast and lunch is ready to be picked up from the Food Wall, at the exact time when the guest like to eat – in other words, slow food fast.

How it works

  1. Select your food and drinks online via app or website - datakitchen.berlin
  2. Pay online
  3. Take all the time you like to enjoy your breakfast and lunch at Data Kitchen - Rosenthaler Str. 38

Background

In 2016, restaurateur Cookie Heinz Gindullis and his team developed Data Kitchen in partnership with SAP SE. Data Kitchen delivers high culinary standards for working breakfasts and lunch breaks, coupling limited time for regeneration and the slow food movement.
Food ordering is managed from the office or from home through either the proprietary app or website – with the meal to be ready at a time of the guest’s choosing. This frees up more time in the restaurant for the essentials: interaction with colleagues and enjoyment of freshly prepared food. The process is cashless, with payment being taken care of online.
Data Space by SAP provides an inspiring environment for eating and collaboration; to this end, automation is used sensitively, not to dehumanise, but integrated where useful.

Data Kitchen
Rosenthaler Str. 38, 10178 Berlin

Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
datakitchen.berlin
info@datakitchen.berlin