The amount of vegan options in this place are certainly limited - none of the dishes of the day were vegan, few of the general dishes were. We decided to go for so-called Plinsen with mushroom paté, which was just some average paté you can buy anywhere and didn't taste of much, but the Plinsen itself was quite nice and came with a little salad - altogether for little more than 5â‚¬ which is not particularly cheap since it wasn't very filling.
We also ordered a "big" baguette au gratin - it was pretty small and just plain white baguette (so probably quite cheap) and cost around 4.5â‚¬ and all it featured was the same mushroom paté, one salad leaf, one piece of tomato and two or three pieces of onion - and boy, was it salty!
The fact that we had to wait for this for about 20 minutes didn't make it any better, either (others, who came after us, had received their food in between already).
There were two or three vegan dessert options out of which we chose the berry crumble. It looked nice but had already gone cold and thus was a bit disappointing as well.
What's more - the staff was somewhat indifferent, certainly not very friendly, never gave a smile at all.
Oh, and as many other places, they charge an extra 20 cents for drinks ordered with soya milk - I hate this sort of discrimination - you are punished by having to pay more because you care for the animals and the environment, and this even though they use the cheapest soya milk there is (BioBio soya milk from PLUS discount supermarket chain which costs 89 cents per litre).
I won't come back there as long as the service and vegan food selection and quality haven't improved.Pros: nice atmosphere
Cons: slow and unfriendly service, expensive for non-organic food, extra charge for soya milk