Posted on 08 / 31 / 2013
This place I found accidently and was fascinated by its nostalgic ambience. The owner is an old woman. I was surprised that she directly offered English and French as her foreign languages, but it became clear within the first minute that she is a bit crabby. But anyway, I read something about "vegan cake" outside the cafe and liked to eat something sweet, so I went in. She was warming up the cake in a small oven and afterwards the cake got a fruit purée topping. It looked wonderful, but I was confused, when she served not only a pastry folk but also a knife ...
The knife was really too blunt to get through this kind of something, that you could not call "cake". The taste was not so good as well, it was really disappointing.
Because I am an honest person, but I would not like to be rude, I told the woman, that it was "nice" (not really true), but that it was difficult to eat because it was quite hard. Then she said something like "yes of course, there is no milk, no egg, nothing inside..." And this was the point, where I was asking myself, why she is serving vegan cake then, when she has no clue of baking it. I got even more angrier, when she told me, that this wooden piece of baked dough should cost 5 euros. I finished our talk with telling her, that it`s normally no problem to prepare fluffy vegan cakes!
Two cows is the lowest possible voting...
pretty nostalgic atmosphere
crubby owner, expensive, not able to bake cake