If you are craving vegan tapas, this Neukölln café has got you covered. They have a great selection of savoury finger foods: you have to try their faux smoked salmon and cream cheese toast, patatas bravas with aioli, and their legendary vegan cheeses. If you prefer sweet food instead, or you simply still have some room left in your belly after all of those Spanish delicacies, then get their churros and a cup of hot chocolate. The atmosphere in this bar is very relaxed and the interior is so quintessentially German, that it can almost be described as a vintage-looking Berlin living room. This café is the perfect place to spend a cozy evening!
In one of the coolest areas in the city, you can find Viasko, an eatery that offers great vegan food from all over the world. The interior is rustic and cozy, maybe slightly vintage. Besides their standard Speisekarte (menu) they also offer seasonal dishes, this way you will always have something new to try, even if you are regular. On the weekends their guests can enjoy a rather large and undoubtingly delicious brunch buffet. If you decide to participate you will be welcomed with the inviting smell of plenty of tasty foods, both sweet and savoury. It's such a nice experience, no wonder why it's so popular!
Established in 2016, Ataya is a restaurant that serves vegan Afro-Italian food in a quiet little street in Prenzlauer Berg. The founders, the lovely Elisabetta and Bachir, called their restaurant after the Senegalese tea ceremony, and just like this ritual their eatery it is all about conviviality. That's why Ataya is a no WiFi, no Laptop restaurant, where you can relax and connect with your loved ones and maybe even make some new friends. In this cozy living room style place, there are plenty of books and sunshine and no plastic in sight. Ataya's menu is packed with flavourful dishes like their tasty African bowl and the comforting ravioli. Elisabetta is an experienced chef and it shows: at Ataya the food is original, fresh and most importantly utterly delicious. On Sundays they serve only their special brunch, which is extremely popular, so do not forget to book a table if you want to spend some time in this lovely restaurant and taste some spectacular food.
Berlin was already heaven for vegans but its cruelty-free culinary scene got even better when in February 2019 this plant-based Korean restaurant was opened near Kollwitzplatz. Their menu is filled to the brim with fun, colourful drinks and amazing vegan versions of traditional Korean dishes that are fresh, comforting and bursting with flavour. You should try the Bibimbap with soy strips and avocado pancake and the Kim bowl. Also, do not miss out on the side dishes, they are spectacular too. The staff is incredibly professional and helpful; they really know how to make you feel welcomed in this tastefully decorated restaurant. The perfect place chill out after a long day!
A vegan restaurant offering thin-crust Neapolitan pizza cooked in a wood-fire oven and other Italian dishes, La Stella Nera was established in 2016 in Neukölln. The dough is perfect, light-weight and fragrant; you can choose from many original and delicious topping, you will want to try them all! You will have to book a table, especially if you plan on eating inside the restaurant, but it's totally worth it. Bonus tip, if you go there on a sunny day, take a little walk and enjoy your pizza at Tempelhofer Feld, a big and beloved Volkspark (public park) that used to be an airfield.
Europe's first vegan donut shop was opened in May 2016 by Jessica Jeworutzski and Bram van Monfort, now they have three different locations in three different Kieze (districts). Their donuts are scrumptious, colourful and totally addictive, but the taste is not the only thing they care about: they use organic and when possible local ingredients and serve only Fairtrade coffee. They do not use preservatives in their dough and make everything fresh by hand every day. To keep things seasonal and interesting they rotate their flavours monthly, while still offering a standard range of 6 classic donuts. They also give back to the community, by donating roughly €2,000 monthly from sales of the vegan charity doughnut. If you are in Kreuzberg, Mitte or Prenzlauer Berg, Brammbial's Donuts is a must-visit!
If you get hungry after a stroll in Kreuzberg then take a break and grab a bite at this cozy vegan café. They offer delicious cakes, plenty of tasty drinks and one of the best selection of vegan breakfast foods in town. Their food is amazing and the interior is equally as fantastic: the owner Eva Rechau decorated it with the loveliest vintage finds. You can go there and have a chat with a friend while sipping on a vanilla-soy cappuccino, get some work or studying done or just order a slice of cake and enjoy it in the company of a good book.
In Kollwitzstrasse, one of the loveliest streets in Prenzlauer Berg, you can find this little vegan fast food restaurant that serves food that is very comforting while still being fresh and healthy. Their sweet potato fries are out-of-this-world delicious and the same goes for their sauces. The interior is minimal and cosy and there are a few tables outside where you can eat your meal on warm days. The staff is very friendly and the service is fast. Try their Chili Bean Burger with fries, coleslaw, and a drink, you will not regret it!
Since 2011 this fine dining vegan restaurant has been offering delicious food in the heart of the capital. To make their food they use exclusively high-quality and fresh ingredients that are mostly seasonal, regional and organic. These ingredients are then combined to create dishes that are sustainable and utterly unforgettable. Book a table for dinner and enjoy a fine selection of vegan food and wines from their seasonally changing seven-course menu or spice up your weekend by treating yourself to a great brunch where you will be able to choose from a wide variety of vegan savoury and sweet breakfast delicacies. These are the kind of experiences you cannot miss out on!
When in 2011 Josita Hartanto, the head chef and founder of Lucky Leek, decided to open a fine dining plant-based restaurant, probably the idea sounded absurd to many. About a decade later Lucky Leek is a Michelin star decorated restaurant, know all over the world for its colourful and unique dishes. They use fresh and seasonal produce to make their culinary delights and everything is wonderfully served. If you are into fine dining this classy spot is the place for you.