First vegan location in Erlangen
Posted on 11 / 13 / 2012
The Lesecafe "Anstaendig essen" was founded in August 2012 as a temporary project of the Erlangen Adult Ecuation Center and the regional group of the German Vegetarian Society, and focused on sustainability aspects in nutrition. It offered lots of events, and more than 150 books on display in the Cafe provided additional information. Because of its success the Lesecafe was not closed at the end of the project period, but is now run by a new owner on a permanent basis. In principle the concept did not change, the new owner plans to set up new events and the books are still part of the concept. The menu offers a small range of permanent dishes, including miso soup and a veggie burger and cakes, and is accompanied by daily changing offers. There is a special lunch offer and prices are moderate. This is the more remarkable, as there is a strong focus on ecologic and regional products and fair trade aspects. Even though the Lesecafe is located in a somewhat run down environment in the surroundings of a city center supermarket and in its look and feel still reminds of the salesroom which it was before, it is a most welcome enrichment of the Erlangen gastronomy, where no other vegan location exists at all. We will certainly make the Lesecafe our favourite eating out place.
good value, friendly staff, only vegan place in town