All Reviews by Aziraphale
Haimhauserstr. 3a, Munich, Germany
I stumbled upon this shop by accident when looking for another shop. It was near closing time but there still was a greater selection of vegan cakes than I ever encountered. I bought 4 of them to take to my non-vegan friend who I was visiting. We both absolutely loved the cakes and I think she was a bit surprised that there was no "weird" taste or aftertaste to them. They are not exactly cheap, but well worth their price. My only regret is, that I don't live near Munich so I can't order a wedding cake for my wedding next year from them.
I also got some vegan cake toppers from them.
Mullerstrasse 64, Zurich, Switzerland
First vegan restaurant in Zurich got to be good
I went there today for the first time to have lunch. The lunch menu changes daily - you can it on the homepage. Today the oriental dish was Israeli bean stew with mezze (tabboule, Baba Ganoush, roasted Cauliflower, courgette with vegan cream cheese, cabbage). They also have a daily soup, salad and several sandwiches, made to order (e.g. Hummus, vegan cream cheese ...). I hade a chocolate-ginger cake for dessert, which was quite tasty too.
Lunch was 20 Swiss francs, the cake 7, which is pretty reasonable for the area.
The place is fairly spacious with only a few tables (I am not sure how they manage to pay the rent, I hope that doesn't mean it will be closed soon).
Sihlstrasse 28, Zurich, Switzerland
Good food, but cramped space
The food is very good - there are good reasons why this restaurant is so popular.
I used to go there a lot, but nowadays I prefer other vegetarian restaurants for a nice family night out or when meeting with friends, as they have crammed as much tables as possible into the restaurant - it is difficult to navigate your way to the table, to the buffet, to the toilets ... and it is very noisy. Not the sort of athmosphere I prefer when I want to have a relaxing evening.
Phuket FantaSea Theme Park, Kamala Beach, Phuket, Thailand
Show not vegfriendly ...
While the buffet might be vegfriendly, the show exploits animals - for me the worst are the pictures with babytigers. What happens to all those cute babytigers tourists can have their pictures taken with?
If you are a vegetarian/vegan for ethical reasons, you might not want to go.
Bahnhofplatz 15, Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland
It is not cheap, but the prices are normal for the area. The main dishes are mainly South Indian, a cuisine I happen to like a lot. If you don't like Indian food, you will probably spend too much on salad you could have had cheaper elsewhere. The room is not as stuffed with tables as the Hiltl, which makes the athmosphere more relaxing.
Langstrasse 231, Zurich, Switzerland
Best place in Zurich
I live in Zurich and this is my favourite vegetarian restaurant - I have to agree with qter that "Tofu in persil and white wine sauce must be the best vegan dish I ever have had in a restaurant" - it is just outstanding. I also love the vegan mousse au chocolat.
The restaurant is quite popular, so you might want to book ahead, especially Friday night.