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First Review by Poundie

Nice vegan options - Edit

They serve many different lunch options to chose from. They have multiple vegan cakes to chose from and freshly made smoothies.
The food comes on a nice plate and looks really inviting.
And for the ones in a hurry, they have _big_ vegan sandwiches for a good price to take out and eat on the run.

Pros: Vegan cake

Cons: The tea water is always too cold \:

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Nice, ordinary food - Edit

The restaurant was pretty full (Tuesday lunch-time), so one needs to queue up little bit. The menue list had about 6 meals and there were more vegan options than vegetarian ones. I had red beans with vegetables, brown rice and salad. The food was ordinary, little bit too salty for my taste. Nothing special, but perfectly fine for just having lunch break.
Everything was written in Swedish, what made it a little bit complicated as the staff only spoke little English. Nevertheless, they were friendly.
They also offer a range of vegan sweets (cakes, bakery, etc).

Pros: Many vegan options

Cons: Very busy, Only swedish language

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Tasty buffet-style dishes. - Edit

Vegan options for the day's buffet menu are clearly marked. Food was very tasty an in decent portions for the price paid, and the restaurant had the most delicious hummus I've had in any of the Nordic countries (including at the kebab and falafel places we visited). Staff was extremely friendly, and even with their fairly limited English, ordering as an English speaker wasn't any problem.

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average and crowded - why? - Edit

Nice restaurant but nothing out of the ordinary. You end up with this hippie vegetarian meal (beans, lentils, rice). Salad buffet looks really boring.

You can usual get vegan sandwiches to bring with you and eat in the park in the summer.

Updated from previous review on Sunday July 22, 2012

I bought a vegan Sandwish today and I was surprised how bland it was. It didn't even feel fresh. I fear that with the these new owners, the quality is going slowly downwards.

Pros: location, some vegan options

Cons: not so creative meals

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A Stockholm Favorite - Edit

One of my favorite places for lunch in Stockholm. Just around the corner from the library exit at the Rådmansgatan subway station, this vegetarian cafe offers a great value meal that is just to die for. I have become a regular visitor, and I never get tired of the rotating menu.
They offer two vegan daily stew items and a vegan soup, and a vegetarian lasagna or quiche. They also have a huge variety of sandwiches, and a raw food plate, which is not quite raw. The stews come with a choice of rice or quinoa and a delicious salad with an amazing dressing. One of them is normally coconut cream based and the other one chili based, but they play with the ingredients, so that no matter how often you visit, there's always something new to try. You get all you can eat bread and hummus with every meal. They also offer a large variety of freshly made smoothies, and there is a really nice selection of vegan and sugar-free desserts. The carob-coconut bar is especially delicious!
The staff speaks limited English, but it's still easy to communicate and order your meal. Vegan items are marked with green and vegetarian with red.
The only con for me is that they clean very often, and even though that guarantees you a pretty much sterile setting, it does disturb your meal a little. But this hasn't and will not stop me from being a regular visitor.

Pros: Excellent food, Great value, Large portions

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Good value - Edit

This is a pleasant cafe, liked the 'hippy' feel to it, clean and tidy and very good food with good sized portions, for a reasonable price. It's just off Sveavägen, so is in a good location. It closes at 20.00 (last food available at 19.30), so don't leave it too late to go there. The free bread and houmous is great.

Pros: Good value, Good sized portions, Handy location

Cons: Closes at 20.00

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Nothing special - Edit

The sort of place that non-vegans assume vegan places are like - not in a great way. It smelt a bit funny, there was no tea with caffeine, and the place had a hippy-like feel with communal seating. Not too cheap but clean and jugs of water provided on each table. The shop was very limited with mostly tea and household products/toiletries, but a good selection of flapjacks (although they were available and cheaper in regular little supermarkets).

Pros: Shop as well as cafe, Water on tables, Good value in cafe

Cons: Communal seating, Quite hippy-y

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lovely sandwiches - Edit

Really nice hot food, with free bread and hummous. The sandwiches are big, for a good price. Good for vegans if you need to stock up on soya milk as there is a small health food section to the cafe.

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Healthy and fresh - Edit

I came by late in the evening, and found the food still fresh and good. Although not gourmet, the food is simple and healthy. The place is half eatery (served at a counter) and half food store.

Pros: Heatlhy, decent price, food tastes good

Cons: not gourmet

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