Review: My parents met the chef of this restaurant at some vegetarian expo and loved him, his food and his cookbook. Therefore they asked me to check out the restaurant when I visited Berlin this summer. Me, my partner, and a friend went there on a Tuesday night. We had made a reservation in advance (they have a neat online system for this) but the place wasn't too busy anyway. The location and atmosphere are definitely pretty posh, especially for a vegan restaurant. My partner order Serviettenknödel with chanterelle sauce, I order Maultaschen (a kind of giant German ravioli) with chanterelles, and our friend got some kind of vegetables on sculpted mashed potatoes (it had some fancy Italian name). My partner really liked her dish, and me and our friend agreed after trying it. My dish was medium: the Maultaschen didn't taste that great but they came with a very interesting side dish of greens. Our friend ended up with the worst meal: while the mashed potatoes were very tasty, the whole dish was just rather boring. In addition, all the portion sizes were on the small side. For dessert, we ordered coconut creme brulée with blueberries and tapioca to share which was excellent. Overall I was a bit disappointed. Personally, I probably wouldn't go back there, as the money to value ratio just doesn't work for me. However, if you're looking for a vegan restaurant that is decidedly non-crunchy this is a good option.