Çigköftem - Graf-Adolf

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 2 reviews )

Graf-Adolf-Strasse 68, Dusseldorf, Germany, 40210

Serves meat, vegan options available. Turkish fast food franchise offering primarily a vegan vegetable pate made of grains, walnut, tomato puree, sunflower oil, parsley, and green onion which are formed into little balls or fingers and place inside wraps or on mixed plates. Main product is vegan kéfte.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Fast food, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Turkish, Non-veg

Reviews (2)

First Review by Chrizzy

Very fresh, spicy and delicious - Edit

I come here at least once a week to eat the durum and/or a burger, which both are made with basically the same ingredients. Those are the kofte paste (very hot or mildly hot), salad, mint, parsley, tomato, cucumber and a spicy sauce. The food is always very fresh and crispy. The clerks are very friendly and the food usually comes quick, as the shop is rarely very crowded at lunch time. The downside to me is that they do serve one dish with real mince meat, which is kind of baffeling to me, because they have a big "vegan" sign in the window. But this seems to apply to the main dish only.

Pros: Great main dish, Friendly clerks, Freshness

Cons: Mince Meat

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Vegan version of the traditional turkish cigköfte - Edit

This restaurant now got a second location at Graf-Adolf-Strasse, not far from the main station in Düsseldorf.

There's a lot of turkish restaurants and Kebaps around, but its hard to find a vegan food alternative in those (the Döner can be served only with salad or sometimes with Falafel, but without a sauce then its very dry). Good thing there is Cigköfte!

First impression: very clean and the veggies and salad look very fresh! The cigköfte (a paste usually made with meat) in this restaurant is produced completely vegan. It contains of wheat, tomato, chili and lots of herbs. You can choose between a hot and a mild version of it. It is served in a wrap, along with fresh salad, leek, tomato, cucumber, fresh mint leaves and parsley, some freshly squirted lemon juice and a sauce. I like to have the hot version without the sauce. It costs 3 €, which is very cheap and is very saturating. A very healthy and delicious lunch i think + great takeaway food.

The staff is very friendly. They sometimes serve you some tea while you wait (which is never long).

Pros: clean, fresh & healthy, cheap

Cons: aside from cigcöfte not much else to eat

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