Last week, when I wanted to grab a coffee between two university classes at Ulmenstraße, I came across a cute little coffee shop: Café Anna. It is extremely close to the University Ulmen Campus (the campus at Ulmenstraße, a part of Rostock University), it only took me about seven minutes to get there and back again. Because it’s main color is rose and since I’m a girl, it totally got my attention 😉 So I walked in and ordered some coffee. It looks cozy inside because of the different floral wallpapers and with everything … well, just … sweet. The customers I met there are mostly students and younger people. (Maybe I should mention that it’s probably more attractive for somewhat girly female coffee-addicted people like I am, but I’m sure that male customers would enjoy it just as much – provided they are at ease with their feminity.)
I was a little tempted to also buy a piece of cake or a sandwich – the selection is quite diverse – but I had eaten breakfast only an hour ago or so. However, the coffee was better than in any other bakery I’ve experienced and not much more expensive, so afterwards I were wide awake for my lesson. Though the prices are maybe a little more expensive than in a bakery, the atmosphere is more personal and totally worth the money. The closeness to university is also a big advantage. All in all, I would absolutely recommend it, and when it comes to my ‘Friday in-between-class coffee’, Café Anna is the only place I’m going to go.
I was born in Mecklenburg in Neubrandenburg. For some years I live in Rostock now and I love this city – not only because it's near the Baltic Sea.
I am really interested in the culture and also history of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and I love to see new places and old castles, manors and parks. It's probably my father's fault because when I was a child, he used to take me and my siblings to all those places. Thank you, dad! ;-)