Walking through Bricklane in London and passing by this place, i just had to go inside even with having breakfast right before 😋
and it actually was more than worth it!! The kitchen is a Korean Italian fusion 😍 a lot of fermented and super healthy things to eat there!!
I had a kimchi soup with coal bread which was super delicious and kept me warm again after freezing outside a bit 🔥
And I tried FINALLY the first time butterflypea tea and got with it homemade focaccia baked with curcuma and homemade Nutella 😍😍😍
And of course I had to take a Mochi as well! Mochi is a rise ball filled with a cream of beans. But this ones are even surrounded with chocolate 😱
This really was the best one I ever ate 😍😍😍 the chocolate around makes it so perfect!
There is so much more to explore, which I definitely will do when I come back to London!! 💘 on my list for next time is the kimchi lasagne, Naples kimchi bibimbap and for sure more of the homemade Nutella and Mochis 💃💃💃
Find it in 64, Brick Lane , London
If you are around Shoreditch in London and up for a burger you definitely should go to this place!!
Located in Bricklane, this all vegan burger place has a lot of yummy vegan chunk food to offer 😋😋😋
Different burgers, fries, vegan fried chicken, brownies and vegan ice cream 🍔🍟🍦
I had the jackfruit burger, which was just soooooo good 😍 , fried chicken balls with a mouthwatering dip and the peanut butter brownie with whipped cream 🤤 you can add ice cream to the Brownies, which I definitely do when I come back to this place!
There is a little book exchange what I love, even if I barely have the time to read when I’m traveling 😅
Find this place in
104 Brick Lane , London
next tube stations: Liverpool Street, Shoreditch High Street, Whitechapel, Agathe East
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I can’t believe it that I didn’t checked Happy Cow good enough to find out that Rome has a whole vegan ice cream shop!! Luckily I had still a free day left as I was teaching nearly every day yoga and stretching classes 😅 Continue reading “Olive Dolci – vegan ice cream shop Rome”
That’s the thing with Berlin: there is such a huge amount of ever expanding vegan discoveries to be explored that it’s difficult to keep up with it all sometimes.
That’s why we are quite happy if people get in touch with us about suggestions, letting us know about new vegan spots or new vegan dishes on the menu.
This is how we found out about Sixty Degrees, who are a vegetarian coffee shop, serving speciality coffee, breakfasts, lunch, sandwiches, smoothies, cakes and a lovely typical Berliner atmosphere with a book exchange corner and changing art exibitions. Continue reading “Sixty Degrees”
So here we are, hungry vegan food hunters tracking down a colorful flyer promise of non profit, 100% vegan food that we found hanging on the blackboard of our favorite of all yoga studios: Jivamukti. Arrived in Hackney with roaring stomachs we don’t get disapointed of the menu – no we are in sheer delight of all the variety that is offered here! There is so much that we want to try, so we decide to take three main menus and starters and share them between us. Whilst we eagerly eye the cakes on the counter we know It will take a looong time until we leave this place and we get comfortable with a Hot Chocolate topped with marshmallows.
While we are waiting for our orders we explore the shop and find lots of bargains like a lovely Jutebeutel for 5 Pounds and a pizza cheese for 1.50. You can find snacks, chocolate bars, faux meat and cheese, vegan household items and there is also a lot of interesting books about Veganism, Vegan cookery books or also anarchy literature. Everything is really cheap, of course because it is a non profit shop. Yeah!
The Main dishes are all really tasty and we feel that everything is homemade and fresh. We find out that we all three think that the Seitan Sandwich tastes outstanding good and we like the Lentil Pie with Mashed potato and Kale. The Burger is of course amazing as well. Its the first time for us to try a sausage baked in a bread roll and we wonder how this could happen?!
We can’t behave and order our cakes and brownies with whipped cream and large scoops of ice cream and have an amazing munch on the end of an amazing munch! Life is good with places like these! We are grateful to have found such an affordable, graceful, pleasure bringing institution and plan a return as soon as we can. meoooow!
Happy that I had the opportunity to be at the first brunch of new vegan cafe Laauma in Friedrichshain!!
Many cute things to eat like little mushrooms made of tomato, some vegetable cream and mushroom 😉
Self made bread spreads and warm dishes and also sweet things like French toast, crepes, self made chocolate cream, cake and fresh fruits with rise whip :))))
Super healthy stuff like quinoa salad and raw vegetables!
For coming brunches there will be even more raw food and you can take your brunch with a picnic basket and go in one of the two parks next to Laauma!
The brunch is taking part every second Saturday of the month!
To be sure to don’t miss one just check their homepage:
This is a really easy recipe for homemade delicious ice cream without sugar. It is great for a supernice special desert for when you invite friends for dinner because you can prepare it earlier and keep it in the freezer. My guests were really surprised how well the flavours harmonised. The basil freshens the creamy coconut and pistachio flavour and gives it a nice twist. Moreover it makes the color go nice and green. I really love this ice cream because it’s so easy to make but is sooo special. Everyone will love you if you treat them with this 😉
For three portions:
- 3-4 ripe bananas (they have to have brown spots!)
- handful of pistachio nuts
- 3-5 tablespoons coconut milk (take care to not make it to liquid!)
- small handful fresh basil
- Maple syrup
First you need to freeze the bananas for approximately 6 hours. I peel and cut them and freeze them inside a tupper box. Then you just put all the ingredients, except half the amount of pistachio, into your food processor and blend. You’ll have to stop and scrape down the sides for a few times. When everything is really creamy you take it out and fill in a tupper box and freeze it for about 1 hour. Add the other half of the pistachios after half an hour. You’ll have to stir the ice cream for a few times so that everything freezes equally and stays creamy.
A new vegan place to eat in Rome 🙂 !! And it’s actually the first vegan fast food chain with shops in different italian cities like Milan, Verona, Turin and Rome 🙂
With their philosophy of respecting all animals and nonviolence for all life, they use only natural products, strictly vegan products of course, and give also importance to regional products.
You’ll find there bagels, burger, focaccia, sandwiches, hotdogs, vegan kebab, Piadina which is there called Veghina and is filled with various things! One of my favourites, directly after the Saitan Tonnato, which is something like a tuna sandwich, is the Veghina chocolate !!!
There are 2 shops in Rome, on in Trastevere, in Piazza di Santa, Rufina 6 , and one in Campo de’Fioro at Piazza del Patadiso 18.
For the other cities watch out:
The first all vegan spot in my hometown Kassel opened! That’s great and I’m really sure soon more will follow!! Cafe Potpourri is a vegan cafe which serves many different cakes, coffee, hot chocolate and also different dishes for lunch time! There is also a little corner with books all about vegan subjects! There is a big outdoor area where you can sit nicely on warmer days. So if you are around in Kassel and have cake cravings this is the place to be!! 🙂 It’s in Pestalozzistraße 10, near to Bebelplatz