All in all this is an interesting place to spend some time at listening to the music, to enjoy the nice view from the outside seating area or anything else - the interior is very stylish and trashy and there is lots to discover.
The menu sounds very original and features very interesting dishes.
The vegan bagel and wrap we tried were very tasty but took a long time to prepare and too expensive (about 5,5€ and still left us a bit hungry). The soya hot chocolate was very good, though. We also tried some sweet potato crisps - the tiniest portion one could think of and they still made us pay some three euros for it. They tasted alright, though.
I will come back and try to find out how vegan-friendly the Sunday brunch buffet is.
All in all, die WG is a nice place but could do some improvements to their menu price- and vegan-friendlyness-wise.
Cons: small portions, pricey