• Raupe Immersatt Cafe

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Food-sharing cafe creating dishes from grocery overstock that would otherwise be thrown away. Offers some vegan options. Also offers plant milks for coffee. Note: Some items including snacks and baked goods cannot be verified vegan because they were not made on site. Open Mon-Sun 10:00-22:00.

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3 Reviews

First Review by lilScorpio


Points +133

11 Jul 2021

Lovely place

One of my favorite cafés in Stuttgart due to its alternative approach to capitalism.

All the snacks you can get here have been saved by the Foodsharing community from being thrown to trash.
You are also allowed to bring your own snacks or order something at the restaurant next door.

The selection of drinks is very good and fulfills many criterias of sustainability.

There are no firm prices that you pay. You are instead asked to pay as much as it is possible for you.

The overall atmosphere is simply great and I always try to drop by when I am in Stuttgart.

Updated from previous review on 2021-07-05

Updated from previous review on 2021-07-05

Pros: Sustainable approach



Points +36

01 Sep 2019

Good idea!

Be prepared, this is not a cafe where you can order food! There is a bar where you get drinks like beer, coffee and regional soft drinks and then there's a fridge with mostly leftover veggies and fruits. There is also plenty of bread. You can take whatever you like, you can also take it home. You can also bring your own food. I had bread, steamed cauliflower and tomatoes. You pay only for the drinks and you pay whatever you like.

Pros: Foodsharing, Nice staff, Easy to find


Points +9063

14 Jun 2019

super-cute and sustainable café

Raupe Immersatt is the first foodsharing café in germany.
They offer snacks which otherwise would have been thrown away and you pay what you wish - it's a donation for their work.
I'm usually not a coffee-drinker (except cold brew haha), so decided to take a hot chocolate with soy milk. It was yummy, but even better was the oat-cappucino I had a sip of from my friend's order! The drinks are nicely arranged in cute pottery, the design of the whole café is cozy - in kind of industrial-alternative style. Also the staff is very friendly.

Pros: sustainable!, yummy drinks, cozy atmosphere and friendly staff

Cons: some items cannot be clearified as vegan, as they, are remains of supermarkets etc. So better stick, to fruit, veg, etc.

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