5 Reviews

First Review by ClaudiaVegRuga

Great place. - Edit

I will not speak about the prices here as I have been invited, I cannot evaluate those.
I tried plenty of meals, from the buffet and other meals ; some of the preparations were original, no typical vegan meals : red cabbage lasagna, quinoa with pesto and much more and other more common meals like pizza, bruschetta, pasta, potatoes with curry, and so on. The pizza was amazingly good, the little cake I took too. The have various drinks including bancha.
It had a great time there and found the people welcoming and very friendly.
There are some books and magazines about animal rights for sale.

Pros: Original food, Tasty, Friendly place

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A small and unexpected vegan pearl - Edit

Food is really of excellent quality, tasty without being soaked in oil. I had mushroom quinoa, black olive brown rice, curry carrots, spicy steamed cabbage and pizza. Oh, the crust of that pizza will long be remembered! Plus the most luxurious chocolate and hazelnut cake. The place is really inexpensive, compared to similar chains that are in Milano, and food is definitely better seasoned. Place is shut on Sundays, and if you go on a Saturday, you had better book a table. The place is small and packed!
Updated from previous review on Sunday March 23, 2014

Pros: Tasty food, No excessive fats in the dressings, Inexpensive

Cons: Place is really tiny, need booking

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Healthy food - Edit

They make really good and healthy food. You can choose from: three or more Primi (different types of grains, like rice and quinoa); three or more Secondi (tofu, seitan, tempeh); and a few types of veggies. Sometimes you can also find appetizers and salads. They also make sandwiches and piadine. The food is precooked and you pay by weight. Once you've filled your plate they warm it up for you though.
They also sell dessert (also by weight, and once it happened the dessert was more expensive than the rest of the meal) that are really good. It's mostly cakes though.
The staff is really nice and friendly.

Pros: Healthy food, Staff

Cons: Pay by weight, Pricey

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Super Friendly - Edit

Great little place. Stopped by on our way to the Milano-Malpensa airport, it is very near by. The people there were super friendly. They didn't speak the best english, but kept running to the computer to look up words to helps us out. Well worth the stop.

Casual pay by the kilogram. A nice selection of food including vegan Italian items as well as Tofu and Seitan, which seem rare in Italy.

Pros: Super Friendly, Good Food

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very good, family restaurant - Edit

This is a new (less than one year old)vegan restaurant located at 35 km from milan and 30 from Varese, in a lovely little space decorated with an artistic red lustre. I ate there several times, with friends or my husband, and the food was truly excellent: authentic flavors, yet innovative, served in recycled paper dishes. Also take away.

Pros: healty cuisine, good value, friendly staff

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