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Vegan Berlin

Postby Carin » Sat Mar 27, 2010 10:29 pm

End of may I will visit Berlin for the weekend. Friday till sunday afternoon.
Does anybody know some good Vegan places to go, or wich I don't have to miss?
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby fredrikw » Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:37 am

Hans Wurst, Cafe Vux and La Mano Verde are three places not to be missed, but there are plenty of options in Berlin (with loads of fast food places as well 8))
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Carin » Sun Mar 28, 2010 3:16 pm

Thanks, I will point these restaurants on my map! :D

I saw so many places on Happy cow that I thought it would better to ask for advice.
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Heinrich » Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:56 pm

If you can make it on Friday, go to Majas Deli. Im not sure if they are open on saturdays again (they only do that in summer).

Cafe Vux is amazing for Breakfast on Sundays, but also crowdy. Either be there little before it opens at 1100 or two hours later. Else its more of a snack place with fantastic cakes.

La Mano Verde is very fancy. Good still, but fancy.

And Hans Wurst turned kinda fancy, too, last time I was there. Not so much in the interieur but the food.

But they are all good recommendations.

Not all vegan but they make everything vegan if you ask is Jimmy Woo. Spicy vietnamesian food. Is crowdy in the evenings.

And for sweets, Tanne B for ice and waffles and Cupcake Berlin for... cupcakes...

If you are into burgers and fast food, you will find heaven in Berlin.
Just ask if you need more.
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Clem Snide » Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:59 pm

Vux is great, and there are many other snacky and fast food places, loads of choice really. Sehr gut etc.
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Carin » Tue Apr 13, 2010 7:03 am

Thanks, good to hear from Berliners where to go. :D

We are there friday so we can t Majas Deli and Sunday Cafe Vux. Just before leaving the city.

I will point them on my map
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Carin » Tue Jun 01, 2010 6:21 pm

I would let you know that we have been by the Chinees restaurant close to the goverment building. It was ok, but because we were late for diner we took this one.

Saterday we went to Mano verde for lunch. But they did just skip the opening hours and it was closed so we took a salad by a Italian restaurant. You have to know Mano Verde otherwise you never will come in this restaurant. It looked great, so somethin for next time.
Hans Wurst was very good. We had a Jerusalem Artisjok - Broccoli soup and seitan with aspergues with gnocci and redwine sauce with cheries. Was lovely.
At sunday we went to cafe Vux. Great too. That is something were I will come back next time. But also for Hans Wurst.

Berlin was great. Good city to come back.To short for two nights.

Thanks again for your reactions. :)
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby :x: » Sun Oct 10, 2010 3:19 pm

In case somebody's going to Berlin and checking this thread out, I've got bad news; Hans Wurst no longer exists...
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby fredrikw » Sun Oct 10, 2010 3:29 pm

oh no, that's bad news :( was looking forward to hanging out there when we're going to Berlin at the end of November...
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby :x: » Sun Oct 10, 2010 3:43 pm

I always found the place to be a little too posh for me...The Vux in Neukölln probably is the best place in Berlin at the moment, that's why I live 500 meters away from it :D
There also is an Acai-bar in Prenzlauer Berg. You can have the "original" acai na tigela there and other fancy smoothies. Still the Acai at Vux is better though... :D
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby fredrikw » Sun Oct 10, 2010 4:45 pm

Vux is great, I like it better than Hans Wurst actually. For poshness I think La Mano Verde will do 8)
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Carin » Sun Oct 10, 2010 5:14 pm

fredrikw wrote:Vux is great, I like it better than Hans Wurst actually. For poshness I think La Mano Verde will do 8)


Cafe Vux is indeed very special. But very sad :cry: that Hans Wurst closed. I thought they were very bussy. Why did they closed?

Mano Verde you have soon before you go to check the opening hours, when I was there they suddenly changed the opening hours.
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Heinrich » Sun Oct 10, 2010 7:33 pm

And there is a new one in Kreuzberg:

http://www.viasko.de/

Really good food. Its a proper restaurant where you can also bring your grandma.
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby Carin » Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:30 am

Heinrich wrote:And there is a new one in Kreuzberg:

http://www.viasko.de/

Really good food. Its a proper restaurant where you can also bring your grandma.


Hm I have soon to go back to Berlin. Looks great!
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Re: Vegan Berlin

Postby penguin » Mon Oct 11, 2010 2:38 pm

:x: wrote:In case somebody's going to Berlin and checking this thread out, I've got bad news; Hans Wurst no longer exists...

oh, bugger :( had great times there the last time I was in Berlin.
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