It’s the end of the year and we are looking back to a lot of vegan places, we had the chance to visit, vegan food we ate in restaurants, got delivered or cooked by ourselves and many beautiful human beings we met while exploring the vegan world 🌱🌍
There is not much to say, looking at all the pictures we made, we are feeling just grateful for all places we saw, people we met and seeing that there are actually so many people out there who really care about this planet and all live on it! Thank you to everyone from all our heart!!! ❤️
So the year started with eating vegan Cupcake in Amsterdam at Cafe Vegabond
So often I’m asked what I eat and if it’s not difficult or really expensive to eat vegan! Well I guess everybody who asked me, I would have sent to this years potluck and world vegan day celebration at Veganz in Berlin, would never ask me again 😅🍭🎂🌱💝
Just take a look at this table!! And this is only the dessert corner!!! And actually not even all of it! There was a creamy tiramisu cake, chocolate pudding, more brownies, cookies and cakes which had no space on this picture anymore 🍰🍪
No Ibiza without at least one visit at vegan and vegetarian restaurant ‘Out of time People’ 💙 !! As I came this summer two times to this beautiful island, i had the chance to try a lot of this years menu!
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”→
I’m so happy to see how Berlin has flourished, in terms of vegan products, cafes, restaurants and shops. If you see billboard advertisements of one of the biggest chocolate manufactures in Germany, who are advertising for their new vegan chocolate range, then I think things are really rolling towards a vegan revolution.
Yey! So this is a relativley new store from Paletas Berlin whose vegan “Eis am Stil” we have already tried a few years back on the Neukölln Flowmarkt (A really beautiful fleamarket on Maybachufer).
Now they opened this really sweet little popsicles shop that also serves coffee in Wühlischstrasse, Friedrichshain. Look how cute it looks!!
Not everything is vegan, but you can get vegan versions dipped with dark chocolate and hazelnut crunch or coconut flakes ❤️
I chose strawberry basil covered in dark chocolate and coconut flakes.
Made from fresh fruits and veg these artisan popsicles are a thousand times better than the flavoured water ice creams you can get in normal stores. It’s basically like a frozen smoothie 😌
This awesome place looks like a butcher from outside! Actually when I came in I was wondering for one second if I confused the house number 😅 what seems like a big butchers table is all about veggie sausages and mock meat!
After an incredible vegan experience in Verona, I still was surprised to find vegan food in an amusement park at Lake Garda!! And not only accidentally vegan items but real conscious chosen vegan dishes with an extra remark on their food flyer!
I mean to find vegan stuff like sugar apples, vegan ice cream like sorbet or Granita, fried nuts, fruits etc etc, is not that difficult everywhere!
But finding healthy and delicious vegan food I didn’t expected in an amusement park in Italy 😅
Called the vegan kiosk or Sultan Kiosk, there is a spot in the Arabic area which makes delicious vegan food! There where 3 menus to choose of and now the best!!! Three different desserts! And guess what it was! Two different vegan cheesecakes and on vegan chocolate cake!!! I couldn’t be more happy 😍 Continue reading “Gardaland – Italy”→
New fully vegan place recently opened in Soho ! Only a few minutes walking from Picadilly Circus!
As I was just heading to a dance class in Studio 68 and was already late, I couldn’t order that much but definitely want to come back for having more of their menu!! 🙂
I had the aubergin caprese sandwich and a peanut butter banana crepe ! On the menu you’ll find a lot more salty crepes, sandwiches, hot dogs and English breakfast! There are also more sweet crepes, cakes and cookies!
Super nice place, with a beautiful interior and a lot of vegan books to explore!