Chay Village - Friedrichshain

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Niederbarnimstraße 10, Friedrichshain, Berlin, Germany, 10247

Second Chay Viet restaurant in Berlin, opened Jan 2014. Serves vegetarian Vietnamese food and most of the food is either vegan, or can be made vegan on request. Open Mon-Thu 11:30am-10:00pm, Fri 11:30am-11:00pm, Sat 3:00pm-11:00pm, Sun 2:00pm-10:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Asian, Vietnamese

Reviews (12)

First Review by J-Veg

delicious - Edit

My friend and I ordered the curry and a dish with noodles, tofu and veggies. The curry was the best! We both loved it. The noodles were also very good but had a strong flavor that we didn't like that much (I think it was coriander or cumin? couldn't really tell).
As a dessert we shared the baked banana with coconut milk and it was soooo good! I don't even like bananas and coconut that much but this was just perfect. The meals were also cheap so I would recommend this place!

Pros: delicious food, cheap

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Busy and reliable Vietnamese restaurant - Edit

Great food. Reasonably priced. Always busy but you can usually get a table at lunchtime. Evenings are more difficult (and impossible at the Eisenacher Strasse branch on a warm Tuesday evening!) and I'd recommend booking a table.

Pros: Good choice of food, Reliable, Reasonably priced

Cons: Probably need to book for evenings

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delicious - Edit

This place was very reasonably priced with delicious food and nice staff. I had the coconut soup and then the tofu noodle salad. Both were incredibly tasty - will definitely go back.

I don't understand why this place is listed as expensive - it was very cheap (huge soup for starter €3 and main course €6)...

Pros: cheap, good food, nice staff

Cons: all dessert options involved banana

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Paradise!! - Edit

Sitting here at Chay village and having Tofu with mushrooms while I write the review and I have to force my fingers to write instead of eating.
Delicious food, extremely nice staff and a superb choice of vegetarian (almost all of the dishes can made vegan!!) dishes.
Not just the "common Asian restaurant" but a level further.
Not the last time here, for sure.

Pros: Food, Staff, Variety

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ahh-may-zing - Edit

I have a lot of favourite places in Berlin but this one is definitely right at the top. Incredibly friendly staff and the food is perfectly seasoned, fresh and well.. overall delicious. I'll come back for certain! Mains are all somewhere around 5-7€
(I don't eat non-fermented soy anymore but I just had to try the tofu in my no.22 and it was the best I've ever had!!!)

Pros: friendly staff , surprisingly cheap, frech and delicious

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Authentic tasting Viet local dishes even when meatless. - Edit

One of my fav vege places to go in Berlin. Great authentic taste not compromised even meatless.

Must try: lemon grass soy fillet rice noodles. Super yummy with taste of roasted sesame "meat" and of course theirnphò.

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Tasty Food, Good Price - Edit

we had to wait 10 minutes before getting a seat. so maybe you should call first and make a reservation (it was a Friday evening)

food was very delicious and even though the restaurant was full, it arrived fast.

prices are cheap-moderate.

I would definitely come here again

Pros: tasty food nice and fast service good price for qu

Cons: short waiting time

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Love it! - Edit

I absolutely love this place! The food is so different from what I had before, the spices.. God it's so original, tasty, well prepared (careful, not everything is vegan please ask and INSIST)
The bimbap is crazy and so good, I always have this soy Meat in a spicy mix and it's so damn good! They don't have so much desserts but the portions are really nice so you don't really need one :) They also have nice drinks. I will come every time I can!

Pros: amazingly cooked food, very original, nice loc

Cons: careful with the eggs in some dishes

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Biggest variety of vegearian/vegan vietnamese food - Edit

You don't have to ask that they replace chicken for tofu. They offer a great variety of dishes with different styles of tofu and seitan. Everything was fresh and delicious!

Pros: vegetarian only, fresh food, good value

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Fresh, Healthy and Veg*n - Edit

I was sure what to expect from this place as there weren't many reviews. Despite this we decided to go as we wanted something fresh and healthy - so thought Vietnamese food would be ideal. The menu is about 90% vegan, the rest vegetarian.

Berlin is a very cool city; however, the service is restaurants is woeful. Surprisingly our waitress was incredible. I guess speaking Vietnamese, German & English helps. Beyond this she was attentive but not over bearing.

The food was fresh and some of the best Vietnamese food I have had. The best part was the price and portions. We had a lot of food for very little. If you're on a budget this is well worth a visit. German food lacks spice which was why this place was especially appreciated. As such I had to effectively plead for my dishes to be spicy as opposed to 'German spicy'. Incredible restaurant.

Pros: tasty authentic food, cheap, great staff

Cons: it is not fully vegan

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Awesome - Edit

Great food, lovely service. 95% vegan. The freshest, most delicious food I have ever eaten. My top favorite so far

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Delicious Vietnamese veggie food 2.0 - Edit

I'm a fan of the food they do at their restaurant in Schöneberg in the west of the city (http://www.happycow.net/reviews/chay-village-berlin-32227) and I was glad to find out that they opened another restaurant further east, closer to where I live.

All the food is freshly prepared and there are some really interesting traditional Vietnamese dishes (which, according to my Vietnamese friends, was really authentic) as well as more Thai inspired dishes. Most of the menu is vegan and it seems that the only non-vegan items can be made vegan by removing the egg or honey. I'd definitely recommend it.

Pros: Delicious, Fresh, Authentic Vietnamese food

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