This is a really nice place to stop if you are seeing Charlottenburg or the palace. The menu is limited as it is seasonal. When I went there was only one real vegan option (which was also the vegetarian option as the other three meals involved fish) but you could add extra tofu, tempeh etc. to it at an extra cost.
For around 10 euros we ate a very wholesome dish indeed! Bulgar wheat with sweetcorn, a huge array of very fresh vegetables and a very tasty lentil and carrot stew. We both ordered the large plate as we had walked from Kreuzberg to Charlottenburg and were really tired and hungry but, to be honest, it was a struggle to finish it all. They are certainly generous with their portions.
It was what I can only describe as 'wholesome'. A bit like what the old-school veggie cafes used to serve in the 80s. All good, natural stuff and very tasty indeed. It was also a welcome relief to eat the kind of food you'd make yourself (albiet, at least for me, much nicer!) rather than all fake meats and really rich sauces.
It's good stuff. Would have been nice to have had a couple of choices though but I guess that's why everything is so fresh.
The decor is quite simple but it's very clean and the amount of lone diners in there gave me the impression that this is a popular lunch spot for local office workers seeking a few minutes to themselves in order to have a tasty wholesome meal.
The waitress was lovely and we muddled through in bits of German and English.
They also do beer (including non-alcoholic beer), which was something of a relief to my boyfriend!
Cons: only one vegan option