• Die Kartoffel

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Restaurant offering a variety of baked potatoes and other dishes. Vegan/vegetarian section of the menu includes four options that can be ordered vegan. Local beer specialities are vegan also. Open Mon-Sat 11:00-15:00, 17:00-00:00, Sun 11:00-00:00.


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3 Reviews

First Review by KatsKitchen

Fabienne161

Points +397

Vegan
12 Jun 2023

Seems more special than it actually is

Honestly, there's not that much to be said about this whole hot stone businees: you get slices of animal flesh or seitan and can fry them yourself on a hot stone. You also get three small jars with sauces and a potato with vegan rosemary butter. As two of the three sauces aren't vegan, you get three jars with the same mustard sauce if you want your dish vegan. The sauce isn't spectacular, the seitan slices lack flavor and the potato drowns in fat, so there really only is the hot stone experience that makes this somewhat unique. They do get a second star for actually taking vegans into consideration, but they absolutely need to improve to become attractive to vegans, especially if you consider the price tag. As it is now it's a better consolation prize than in many other restaurants where you can get fries and salads while everyone else can pick from the whole menu - but it still feels like a consolation prize.

Pros: Extraordinary way of serving

Cons: Lack of flavor, Lack of sauces

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Gofioman

Points +662

Vegan
21 Aug 2022

Great place if you want a special experience

First of all, I would give that place 5 stars for its originality! Very friendly staff and separat vegetarian/vegan part in the menu is all great. However, the concept of the food at that place is that the meat is served on a very hot stone and you go on and prepare (grill) your chosen part of animal directly on your table right in front of you, with all the smell and visuals it involves. If you multiply that by the people around you, doing exactly the same, you can get an idea. In my case we could sit outdoors with good distance to others, and that made it all much easier.

I tried the filled champis as starter and they were delicious. The main course, home made seitan served on the hot stone was with no flavor and instead of 3 different sauces (that the meat eaters are getting) vegans get 3 times the same - sweet mustard sauce. That could have been so easily improved... Since the seitan was pretty much flavorless, you end up dipping it in the mustard dip. The baked potato was without anything else than some vegan margarine. There was a small fresh salad served with the meal. The people running the place were working very hard in order to make everyone happy! Located in a cosy old town.

Pros: Very special place, A few vegan options available, Great local beer

Cons: Seitan without flavour, Only one sauce for vegans, Not for people that don't like to see burned meat

KatsKitchen

Points +86

Vegan
12 Oct 2019

Great choice for a group of mixed eat eaters

Supper cosy restaurant. Two vegan dishes: chickpea & mushroom patties or seitan steak served on a hot Baking stone with vegan butter baked potato & a side salad with oil & vinegar. Nice experience but it lacked a bit of flavours.

Pros: Two vegan main options, Very cosy atmosphere , Great experience = hot baking stone

Cons: No vegan desserts or starters, Lack of flavours & spices




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