If you like Mexican food and you don’t want to spend a fortune then this is the place for you! This is a Californian company with two locations in Berlin (Schöneberg and Mitte) and they offer several different vegan burritos, salads and quesadillas. The service is really speedy, so this is a great option if you’re passing by and looking to grab a quick bite to eat.
With several locations in Berlin (Steglitz, Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain) you have no excuse not to pop by for one of their delicious smoothies. Goodies is ideal for lunch, with options including wraps and bagels or takeaway pastas and salads. You can also find some delicious cakes and cookies, if you’re just looking for a quick but tasty snack.
This is one of our absolute favourite places to eat; not only are you guaranteed a creative and delicious meal but the owner of Häppies is one of the most welcoming and friendly people around. This cute little find makes and sells Germknödel, which are steamed yeast buns, filled with all sorts of delicious things. The ‘Ben’ is vegan, which is filled with curried tofu and topped with a mango and coconut sauce and peanuts. However, ‘Netti’, the sweet option made with plum jam, can be made vegan on request. If you are in Berlin, make sure to stop by Häppies – you are sure to leave with a smile on your face and a häppie tummy.
Another fantastic place to eat in Berlin. This entirely vegan restaurant offers a sophisticated and relaxed dining atmosphere, particularly in the evening. Whilst this comes at a slightly higher price, you certainly you get your money’s worth, as the imagination, presentation and taste of the dishes are second to none. Atypical to many vegetarian or vegan restaurants, this fine-dining experience is perfect for any special occasion; the regularly changing menu is highly creative and combines traditional German dishes with fresh, healthy ingredients.
This cosy café in Neukölln is a vegan crêperie and bar. That’s right. VEGAN CRÊPES. There are so many different flavours to choose from, both sweet and savoury, including ‘cheese’ and ‘ham’, spicy chickpea curry and a stack of peanut butter, agave and banana pancakes. If none of those take your fancy, why not try one of their sandwiches, burgers, cakes, or even a side of their Mac ‘n’ Cheese? If you’re gluten-intolerant , then don’t worry ; they are happy to swap burger buns for gluten-free bread and their galettes are made without wheat.
With three branches in Berlin and another five in Germany, you’re sure to find a place to bag your vegan groceries. Veganz is an entirely vegan supermarket, which – alongside fruits and veggies – sells products such as Beyond Meat, Gardein and Follow Your Heart. You can find virtually everything here, from the weird to the wonderful: vegan cheeses, meats, pizzas, yoghurts, ice cream, sweets and even a vegan turkey! The prices are generally higher than in supermarkets, but you are paying for cruelty-free products that can’t be found easily anywhere else! If that wasn’t good enough, you’ll find a Goodies café in most Veganz stores, so you can grab a coffee and a slice of cake on your way out!
These fast-food burger joints are 100% vegan and whilst they may not take any prizes home for their looks, the food here is cheap, fast and delicious. If you’re looking for a guilty treat for a speedy lunch then look no further; you can find scrumptious burgers, pizzas, wraps and chips here, with fake meats, cheeses and a lot of salt! You can even get a vegan version of Berlin’s famous Currywurst. Whilst fast-food certainly isn’t the healthiest, we think it’s great that vegans can have their very own cruelty-free version of MacDonalds.