Vegan pizzeria, who can ask for more?
Posted on 10 / 03 / 2012
Pizza. Pizza pizza pizza. Pizza!
Sorry for the opening line, but I had to say it. Vegan pizzeria! Even if the pizzas were not so good, it would still be great to eat there. Luckily, the pizzas are good. So let me just say once more: Pizza pizza pizza. Thank you.
Ok, so like people wrote here, there is a huge selection of pizzas (and spaghettis. But who cares about spaghetti when there is pizza?). Personally I tried the four cheeses pizza (I think it's called there in Italian, "quatro formaggi pizza") and the spinach and Ricota cheese pizza. They were both good, especially the four-cheeses one. It was an interesting experiment to eat four different kinds of non-cheese cheeses pizza.
The pizzas are huge and although I am famous in my eating abilities, it wasn't easy to finish them all by myself. I did finish them of course, both because I have enough self respect to always finish from the plate, and because the pizzas were too good to give up on a slice.
The pizzas are not perfect. Sometimes they are a little burned on the sides. The dough is tough to cut with a knife, and if you don't know that there is a special self-service tool to cut the pizza to slices, you will have problems to deal with pizza. You can't eat the whole full pizza with your hands. The shakes are ok but have too much soy-milk and not enough fruit.
A disadvantage is the limited opening hours. This doesn't leave much time to eat there as a tourist, and when the place is open, it's usually crowded, although I could always find some space to sit.
Another disadvantage is the location. I walked there from the Karl-Marx-Strasse u-bahn station, and it wasn't a pleasant walk in the evening. It's dark with some groups of men hanging around. I felt intimidated as a male (and I'm extremely tough male, of course!), and I wouldn't walk there if I was a woman.
But really the important thing here is the pizza, and it's much more important that the small disadvantages.
Pizza, Delicous pizza, Good value
Location, self-service not always clear