All Reviews by tyranny
7 Trubarjeva Street, Ljubljana, Slovenia
After surviving on Melba toast in Salzburg on a Sunday, this place was like a desert oasis. But really the food wasn't that great. It wasn't inedible, but there was very little flavour. (I had the daily special which was a rice pilaf, bean soup and a lettuce salad.) I'll try to give it another chance before I leave, though.
Klenzestr. 89, Munchen, Munich, Germany
Good vibes and good food
I like this place! I even went during the game between Germany and Turkey so things were hot and noisy and crazy but it was still a good experience. The portions are good for what you pay, too... I couldn't force myself to finish my ratatouille with seitan steak even though it was, and remains, the best vegan food I've tasted in Europe.
Ilica 72/1, Zagreb, Croatia
Could be better
This restaurant is a bit fancy, so it may be too pricy for backpackers and budget travellers. As for the quality, it was all very well-presented, but honestly I've thrown together more flavourful things in my own kitchen at 2am. However, I had the daily macroplate, and one excellent thing about it was that I felt like it gave me a much-needed nutrient boost - there was tofu, pasta, chickpeas, tahini, lentils, and a diverse range of vegetables. You can only live on muesli and soy milk for so long. I wouldn't go here again, though.
Iskola Utca 31, Budapest, Hungary
Not worth it
I would never go back here. First of all, it felt awkward communicating in English what I don't eat. I couldn't finish the meal anyway though. There was no flavour in the food at all. The only part that tasted all right was a plate of fried vegetables, and even that was so oily it made me feel sick.
Trubarjeva ulica 40, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Best falafel ever
Cheap, delicious, and fast even with a queue - yet another reason I wish that I had stayed longer in Ljubljana.
Trubarjeva 15, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Small but good
Really small, but for me it was a good place to stock up on soy milk, vegan chocolate, cereals/grains, etc.
Ferenciek tere 2, Budapest, Hungary
I had the kettle goulash and potato wedges with seitan. I was really impressed with how delicious and well seasoned everything was - I had grown used to tasteless crap in the Balkans. I would definitely go back here.
Kaiserstraße 45, Vienna, Austria
I really enjoyed my lunch here. The price seems quite reasonable for an all-you-can-eat buffet in Vienna. The staff is lovely and understands what vegan means, and can point out what contains eggs, dairy, etc. The food itself was delicious. I tried a bit of everything, and the mock meats were good although too authentic for my taste.