A Vegetable in the Land of Meat

February 20, 2013 by

We would never have guessed I’d find a Vegetarisch (vegetarian) restaurant in Germany, a country known for it’s meat and potatoes. Regensburg proved us wrong. We stumbled upon this corner gem while trying to find parking on a snow covered cobblestone street.

The scene: Small and cozy with ambient lighting, funky art and spacey music, a few booths for those lucky enough to snag them, and an open bar inviting you in for cocktails.

The food: All vegetarian or vegan! No Weinerschnitzels here.

The menu changes weekly to adjust to the seasons and keep you coming back for more. Before 1800 uhr (6pm), they offer a smaller menu of 6 different veggie burgers and side salad or pommes frites (french fries). These are best if you’re looking for a budget friendly meal.

A burger and salad will run you about 8.50 €. After 1800 uhr, the menu opens up to include your favorite comfort meals, veggie style. Think Kartoffel & Birne Gratin mit Gorgonzola (Potato and Pear Gratin with Gorgonzola Cheese).

Or try something a little more edgy, like Asian Nudelpfanne mit Frischen Gemüse (Asian noodle pan with fresh vegetables). These will cost you about 7€ or 6€, respectively.

Don’t forget to save room for dessert. Their vegan Chai Tea and Chocolate cupcakes will make even a meat lover sing!

Photo Credit: Kaffé Dada

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  1. Penny W. says:

    That’s pretty cool that you stumbled upon it like that. Nice to see “traditional” countries still can have forward-thinking restaurants and a modern vibe.

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