worst service, aggressive about their Nazi issue
Posted on 05 / 19 / 2015
Well, have been to many vegan places worldwide, but that was really wicked.
I found the food bald. They don't use much spices. The portions are small to medium in size. The only plus was the nice arragement.
I rarely drink alcohol, so tried the alc-free wines. But I found them quite tasteless too. Tasted and even looked like tap water with one drop of Campari in it.
We've paid about 92 Euro for 1 starter, 2 main courses and 2 alc-free wines and 4 waters. Max Pett is really expensive. Don't get me wrong - I am gladly paying for good food with high quality ingrediences. But the day after we went to Vegan Bodhi (Liegsalzstrasse, Muenchen) and we had a very similar dish, bigger in size, for 8,90 Euro. At Max Pett, the portion was smaller and it costs 16,90 Euro. I don't see how that's justified because it's not all organic and the place isn't more fancy or bigger than Vegan Bodhi for example.
As stated before by many others: The worst.
It took 20 min until we were recognized, had to stand up and tell them to please give us the menu.
From ordering to serving it was 1h and 45 min, and another 30 min until my friends food was served. Our dessert was forgotten, and we hadn't had the urge to remind them again. About 1/4 of the seats were taken by customers at that time.
Yes there is one working there. I have made some researches before going there.
And here comes the worst:
After the main course I asked the waitress if that story is all true.
She said: "None of your business" and she said we should pay and leave asap. She just left then. We were like: "What the heck was that?!" - she didn't come back but we had to pay at the counter. The people there didn't say a word, even after a nice "goodbye" from us.
Seems like they handle this the worst way possible.
I mean, the Nazi working there attacked immigrants and refugees with a bomb, was in jail and was a canidate for a Nazi party - WHILE HE ALREADY WAS WORKING AT MAX PETT.
At a place where many non-Germans are going, isn't that something that would concern the guest?
Well, that moment really did it and I don't feel very welcome there.
Won't go back and would not recommend it.
Way better and open-minded in Munich:
Vegeangelo, Bodhi, Prinz Myshkin
Vegan it is, near city center
Nazi working there, bad service and customer treatment, expensive and so-so in taste and portion