An artistic, colorful and "alternative" place, cozy atmosphere. Lots of details, like wall paintings, all different second-hand furniture, a big lamp made of old books etc. The walls in the bathroom are covered with comic-strip style drawings, it's worth to take a look there.
Orders are being taken at the bar, if you don't know this you might be sitting for some time until you get noticed.
I have been there once and unfortunately I was not too crazy about the food I had. I had the vegan version of a cucumber-sorrel soup, a traditional cold dish which is usually served with sour cream. Since there was no vegan alternative for the sour cream it was just omitted and it was mainly sour and watery. I believe the vegetarian version was ok since the sour cream compensates a part of the taste of the sorrel. The bread which went with the soup was really good. As a main course I had falafel which were less that lukewarm with lentil salad and some not so fresh, chewy Turkish bread.
Friendly staff. Not so much a place for vegans, but with some slight improvements it might be great for vegetarians.
Cons: not really for vegans