CLOSED: Veganz - Munich

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Baldestraße 21, Munich, Germany, 80469

Part of Veganz vegan markets, opening Dec 2013. Offers and extensive range of alternatives for meat, cheese, and dairy in addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, animal food, sanitary products, and more. Goodies cafe opening inside May 2015. CONFIRMED CLOSED, AUG 2016.

19 Reviews

First Review by DJMToronto

What a shame it closed - Edit

I ve just seen that Veganz and Goodies have close down . It s a shame because it was a only vegan shop with nice coffee shop and restaurants where we had very good cakes sandwiches and salads . Please re open soon

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Closed - Edit

permanently closed

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AdrianHObradors 06 Nov 2016 - WHY!!! :_(  


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All Vegan! What else can I say? - Edit

As you probably know, the supermarket is all vegan, with plenty of options from fresh produce to chocolate bars, yogurts and snacks. On top of that, everything is well-arranged and spacious. And prices (of things you can find somewhere else) are the same, so no overpriced goods (as far as I noticed).

Let's hope they keep expanding to more cities!

Pros: all vegan, all vegan, all vegan

Cons: none

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it has everything! - Edit

Along with being a rad all vegan grocery store, almost overwhelming in options, there was also a deli with sandwiches and goodies!

All of it! So awesome!
I may have weirded out the people working there with my excitement.

Pros: everything!

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Awesome - Edit

The variety of vegan food was overwhelming! :)
Cheese, mock meats, steaks, frozen goods - pizzas, pockets, "chicken bits"...ice creams...

VEGAN PARADISE

Pros: amazing variety, friendly and helpful staff, discounts

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Veganz supermarket - Edit

Nothing more to say! :)

Ok, just to confirm: an unbelievable variety of cheese, pasta, sauces, fake meat and everything else you can imagine.

Pros: Vegan , Variety

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Perfect vegan store - Edit

A bit pricey but lots of options. They even have a lot of American vegan products at affordable prices...this made me (U.S. Vegan expat) very happy! I love their little cafe in the front! Great sandwiches and desserts.

Pros: Good variety, Great central location

Cons: A bit small, Pricey but normal for vegan groceries

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everything vegan - Edit

Even through it is a small shop they have everything you could ever ask for as a vegan.

Pros: everything vegan

Cons: a bit expensive

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all you need - and more - Edit

But pricier than elsewhere but awesome as you find all you need. I especially like the loose fruit, veg and nuts which you can pack yourself in eco-friendly bags.

Pros: self composting plastic bags from corn starch

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Vegan super market - Edit

A great selection of vegan products, as known from any Veganz, plus they even have their own bistro, which has many great dishes, and the lemon curd cake was amazing. Definitively a great way to live a vegan life!

Pros: Wide selection of products., Bistro.

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All the things we crave! - Edit

This was my first visit to a Veganz supermarket and I really loved it. So many products! There are not only the products you find in most health shops, such as spreads, chocolate and cookies, plus fresh fruit and veg, but also many special things, such as Vegan wine gum and other sweets usually not vegan, There are even vegan dog food and treats for dogs!
Moreover, the prices are totally ok, I compared some products on offer in my local healthstore (in a much smaller, much cheaper German city) and the prices were exactly the same.
Unfortunately the location is not that central, but you can take the subway to Fraunhofer Straße and then do a nice short walk along the Isar.

Pros: 100% vegan products, Many unusual products, Not more expensive than other shops

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great store - Edit

I've been to several Veganz locations, and this one maintains their great standards. Awesome store.

Pros: all vegan

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Vegan heaven - Edit

Well stocked, nice staff, lots of gluten free stuff. I absolutely loved it and spent a lot of money there!!

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Amazing! - Edit

I'm so jealous! I live in South Wales and really wish we had a store like this. The range was amazing - so many fridges and freezers chock full of milk, yoghurt, butter, cheese and meat alternatives. In addition, there were so many snacks and everyday products. You could do your shopping all in one place instead of having to traipse around various health food stores and online stores. So many products I'd not seen before - and they even had daiya cheese. If I could have stored chilled items during my stay and travel home I'd have bought loads.
I didn't try any of the items in the small cafe area but did buy a raw vegan truffle cake slice from the freezer which I had back at my hotel and was gorgeous. If I ever go back to Munich this will be one of my first stops

Pros: 100% vegan, Amazing variety

Cons: 800 miles from where I live!, Bit out of the way, took a while to find

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Gourmet temple for Vegans - Edit

This is an absolutely wonderful store. While it is small-ish, you can still find almost any exotic food and ingredient those elaborate vegan recipes call for. The layout is very clear and well structured (albeit the aisles very narrow) and the general atmosphere is very appealing. The staff is very nice and helpful and the product range is awesome (glad to have found a place that carries my guilty pleasure of tofurky products). There is also a small bistro/breakfast place attached that I have not tried yet, but the displays of cakes, sweets and sandwiches always looks very good. I am looking forward to trying the rice ice-cream they offer by the cone next time I go. This is definitely a trendy, modern place that you can easily also take non-vegans to and they will be delighted. The best vegan "supermarket" I have been to thus far.

Pros: great product range, good location, friendly staff

Cons: can be pricey, parking is hard to find

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Try the vegan pflammkuchen - Edit

We stopped by for breakfast upon hearing that Max Pett had opened a small cafe in this vegan supermarket. There were plenty of options; a good range of salad and vegan wurst rolls as well as several pflammkuchen options and an antipasto plate. We went with the latter two; both were good value and tasty (see photo). The pflammkuchen had tofu, spinach and tomato sauce on a lovely crisp base. The antipasto platter was piled high with the tempeh and broad bean dishes the standouts.

Unfortunately the soy cappuccinos we had were a disappointment.

Veganz is also running vegan cooking classes which look interesting.

Pros: Friendly staff

Cons: Coffee

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vagans heavan - Edit

absolutely amazing selection, well structured, nice ambiant light abd very friendly and helpful staff!!!

had a nice lunch there, too! vegan antipasti in large which i couldn't even finish

would love to have a store like that one in my neighborhood!!!

keep expanding!!!

Pros: selection, staff, quality

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Day old bretzeln and baguettes avoid the bakery. - Edit

Fantastic place to shop it is great that I do not have to read ingredients, it is extra awesome that my adoptive German family can go to a place and be ale to feed me. HOWEVER ... The bakery was terrible. The pretzels were at least 1 day old and inedible and the bread was tasteless, old and incredibly expensive. We paid 7,50 euro for 2 inedible pretzels and 2 bad baguettes. This is terrible for a place that has only been open less than a week. I do not recommend you buy read from here even if it is "bio qualitaet"

Pros: everything vegan

Cons: Bakery, old stock only 1 week open

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Great to have VEGANZ in Munich - Edit

We arrived in Munich for one week on December 14 and were happy to discover that Veganz was opening on December 13 . . . We know Veganz from Berlin and the Munich store is very similar. Organic produce, all vegan products (including Christmas baked goods!) and a small cafe with food to eat in or take out (in Munich from Maxx Pett vegan restaurant). It's great to have an all-vegan source for food products and a reliable place where you can pick up a vegan lunch/dinner or sweets on the run.

Pros: great selection, good food at cafe, all vegan

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