First think I should mention is that the kitchen closes at 9:30pm. We arrived in Rostock in the evening, so again we met our Airbnb host and settled in a bit, we though we'd head here because the hours said till 1am, but we got there at 10pm and the kitchen was already closed, so we ended up going to Vapiano not too far away. But the place was packed and looked really nice, so we made a reservation for saturday night. It was pretty tasty, and the menu has vegan and vegetarian items labelled clearly. My husband had the Pilzpfanne, which was really delicious. whole mushrooms in a creamy curry sauce that can be either vegetarian or vegan. I had a pear, potato, and gorgonzola bake, which was tasty, but I would have liked the sauce to be a bit thicker, which was a blessing in disguise because I still had room for dessert. If they have chocolate cake, get it. OMG! it was rich like a brownie and came with a spiced pear, so yummy! The people next to us had the canary potatoes, which I wished I would have got because it looked amazing, and it can also be served with vegan aoili. Also, if you want to try a typical German dessert, get the Klöse with Zimt-Kirsh. It looked really good from a neighbouring table's plate(Yes, I snoop!), and is probably your only chance to get this vegan in a restaurant.
Cons: slow service