Now, on to the actual restaurants & food! Here are my top places, in no particular order:
Let it Be, as the sign says is an all vegan creperie, selling both sweet and savory crepes.
This is only part of the menu. They also have both a German & an English menu. As you can see, the names of the items are vegan celebrities, the whole menu is designed this way.
this cute guy was behind us!
Shortly after ordering, they gave us free mini muffins! They were corn muffins, my friend thought they were dry, but I thought they were tasty! I was a fan! & how nice of them to give them to us!
It was hard to decide what to get! So many things sounded really good! & I kept trying to decided if I wanted savory or sweet. I kept going back and forth, but since I rarely get the sweet option these days when I eat, I figured, I'm on vacation! So Why not? & so, I went with the Alicia Silverstone : Chocolate Cream & Banana. It was delicious! & not too sweet!
how cute are those plastic hearts to hold the bread together! (I'm sure there's an actual name for this..but can't think of it haha)
This was the dish I was trying to decide between, the Johnny Marr: caramalized tofu, apples, walnuts, greens and chutney. I tried a piece and really liked it! I was thinking of getting it to go but after the meal I was so full, I couldn't think about food. [I do regret this, as it was really good and would have loved to have a whole sandwich of it)
My other friend got the Mike Tyson burger, which I remember it being BBQ Chicken & not sure what else was in it, but he was a fan!
Then! I couldn't believe it! They brought over this:
More free food! I'm not exactly sure why they gave it to us..said something about having extra? not sure..After my sweet crepe, I couldn't eat too much of this! but of course, I did have a few bites. It was tasty but I was sweetened out!
Anyways, I highly recommend this place. We all liked it & I'd definitely go back.
Sfizy Veg is an all vegan pizza place! Since we do have some vegan pizza options in NYC, I didn't feel the need to run to it, and wound up going here on my last night. Well, had I gone earlier in my trip, I would have definitely come back. The menu is huge! probably 20 pages! All in German, but luckily, since I was with Germans, they helped me out. They had a page for salads, several pages for pizza pies, one page for slices, one for calzones, there were pastas & more.
Unfortunately, it was dark & so my photos of the food didn't come out well :( so I will just tell you about them (I know, not as exciting as photos!) I went for the pie with cheese & spinach and broccoli & it was amazing. In Germany, there's a ton of vegan cheeses, & I have no idea which one they used, but it was delicious & the style was like old school pizza. So good. My friend got the..well I'm not sure what it was called, but it was a mix of Mexican Food & Italian Food..I remember there was marinara sauce, but there was also guacamole, there was cheese, maybe beans. When she told me she ordered that, I was a bit scared that it was going to be awful, but, surprisingly, it was AMAZING and I would definitely order it.
Here's some photos of the inside
Oh & a heads up, it's cash only.
Next we have
This place was SO cute! Look at all the pink!
& before I go on, I must show the beautiful dessert case
Oh La La specializes in French desserts, but they also have food. On the weekend, they have an ALL YOU CAN EAT VEGAN BRUNCH! (turns out several restaurants in Berlin offer this, but sadly I didn't make it to them :( [Kopps, Mia Matto, Cafe Morgenrot, Viasko..& there are probably other places I'm not aware of]
Oh La La's all you can eat brunch, I believe was 12 euros, that is considered on the pricier side of things, though it didn't seem like a lot to me! There was a mix of both sweet & savory:
I want those bowls! So pretty.
Pineapple Coconut Smoothie! So delicious
these were yummy, filled with different beans and corn
I took more photos but they didn't come out too clearly unfortunately and my regular camera battery had died. Other things that they had were the most amazing strawberry mousse crumble, I went back to get it several times & it was the first thing they ran out, the other most amazing thing was this vanilla cream dish with almonds , I'm not even sure what it was, but it was heavenly. Other items were various salads, one that I enjoyed had tempeh in it, there was a gazpacho soup, a risotto, some tofu dishes. Definitely lots to choose from.
After I finished eating & chatting with the people at my table, it was time to figure out what to have for dessert. I was so full, so I had to take it to go. It was very hard to decide but the woman working helped me telling me what their specialties are and what you can and can't find elsewhere.
I went with:
Indiana - Peanut Butter
Igloo's- Chocolate with coconut cream
I had both several hours later while at the park & they were both delicious. I think I liked the peanut butter one more but loved both! &surprisingly they were both not overly sweet!
This seems to be their image, if it was on a shirt I would have probably bought it.
The last two places that I'm going to mention are actually in Hamburg. I went there for the day.
My first stop there was Eisbande, which I actually found out about randomly on Instagram!
[Eis is Ice Cream]
This place was super cute & the woman working was very helpful, and translated things for me, as everything was written in German. I sampled several flavors, but in the end went with Vanilla & Snickers!
I love how this looks! You can't go wrong with a heart wafer! There's also strawberry sauce and those little bits are hazelnuts. SO delicious! I wish i had more time to come by for more later in the day.
For lunch I went to HappenPappen. I randomly picked this place from the list of vegan places on HappyCow and I'm glad I did, because not only was the food probably my favorite from my trip so far (went there on maybe my 4th day) but the people working there were so nice.
Red lentil balls with sweet potato mash. This also came with a side salad which had THE most amazing dressing, which the woman told me they make in house, it was a mix of mango and passion fruit if I'm remembering correctly [note to self: take notes next time! I'm not sure why I thought I'd remember everything!].
The red lentil balls were so tasty, really loved it. For dessert I had the blueberry pie. I know it may look a little odd, but I can assure you, it was delicious!I would definitely recommend this place. Yummy food, super nice staff & they have vegan books for sale too.
Before I go though, here's a photo of some of the things I bought at Veganz, as well as some from the local supermarket. Favorites were the Vego, Dame Blanche, Shortcake cookie, Nougat bar, Amore Milo wafer, the Twibio, and the Teegeback cookies...why did I bother saying favorites? all of it was pretty amazing!!! & I still have a fridge filled with some of these! Trying to make them last!