Review: This place is situated in a somewhat rundown part of Berlin that is popular among students with low income and immigrants and a bit too far away from trendy Kreuzkölln if you are easily scared by authentic people. It used to be a cheap takeaway that has been transformed into the first vegan pizzeria in Europe. It is definitly not a fancy candlelight dinner restaurant, it is fairly small, self-service and a bit crunchy-granola. This said it is still a vegan's dream come true. There is so much to chose from it is confusing at first. The pizzas are imaginative, most classics are there, too, they taste just as good as if you went to a pizzeria in Rome, safe for the fake cheese and salami/prosciutto/tuna of course. They are dirt cheap, drinks are cheap, too, there's pasta, cake for desert, focaccia. So if you are looking for candles and red/white table cloth, don't come here. If you want a huge selection of vegan pizza that tastes great and is an absolute steal for the money (and will be delivered to your home/hotel in Kreuzberg, Neukölln and Treptow for a small charge) then this is the place to be.