Felipe ordered the Italienisch (€7,9) with a homemade Italian patty with green lentils and veggies, lettuce, cucumbers, carrots, onions, red peppers, sundried tomatoes, olives, ketchup, and basil mayo. This was awesome, super flavorful and fresh.
I love when veggie burgers don’t try to look like they are meat, and this one takes all the freshness of the ingredients to the next level.
I got the special burger Indonesisch (€8) with marinated teriyaki tempeh and pumpkin, baked aubergine, Asian plum BBQ sauce, sesame mayo, perilla, peanuts, lettuce, cucumbers, red peppers, onions, and mint. This was a more massive burger with the creaminess of the tempeh and the pumpkin. But the cucumbers and mint balanced that quite a bit, and I am a massive fan of the crunchy random peanuts in the middle of it to bring another texture to the game.
We are not big fans of the bread, it felt a bit dry, but the rest is super fresh and tasty.
We ordered some Sweet Potato Fries (€3,50), delicious but nothing too out of the ordinary, and some Potato Wedges (€2,50), and these are our absolute favorite, excellent rustic fries with a crunchy outside and an almost creamy and fluffy inside. Both came with ketchup and mayo that were also very good. They have an excellent range of craft beers and a lot of options for soft drinks.
Overall this is a lovely comfy place to eat an excellent vegan burger that makes the best out of their fresh ingredients. We rate it a 7/10.