Underwhelming and disappointing.
Posted on 04 / 11 / 2015
This place is literally the definition of vegan junk food - in the worst way possible.
Pretty much all of the food they serve is ready-made or comes from the can - at least thats the case with the patties, nuggets, etc., according to one of the kitchen staff that served me. They simply warm / fry it up, soak it in sauce and even this takes 20+ minutes for a single burger and a small salad. The patties are therefore not particularly interesting or tasty - they have more a rubbery texture that doesn't even come close to the quality of some of the higher quality ready-made products one could buy in any big supermarket in the states (or at Veganz).
Even the cabbage salad (not particularly the definition of vegan haute cuisine) is a cheap tasting pre-fabricated cabbage salad out of a big bucket, which one could expect to find in a trucker snack at the side of the road, but not on a 3€ plate of very sad looking iceberg lettuce with some alibi cucumber and tomato slices.
Whoever designed the menu has never eaten a proper vegan burger before or has the culinary tastes and abilities of a 15-year old on his first weekend home alone without the parents.
If you're happen to be super hungry and drunk and around the corner all of this won't make a difference, but if you're passionate about vegan food and it becoming an alternative to the omnivore mainstream - you should definitely go somewhere else.
Two stars for trying.
Updated from previous review on Saturday April 11, 2015
Good punk music soundtrack, Friendly staff, At least they tried
Pre-fabricated, not home-made ingredients, Expensive for what you get, The definition of junk food.