4 must-visit restaurants for vegetarians in Berlin

1) Cookies Cream

This posh place has something secret about it: guests aren’t allowed to take photos inside, and it’s a bit hard to find – you have to take a look on their website for hints about the location. Maybe that’s part of the reason why it attracts a fashion crowd. Also, the food is extremely good (and doesn’t come cheap). There’s always one vegan option. The owners also have the equally excellent restaurant Crackers.

culinary snacks in a carton box from Cookies Cream

2) Bistrot Bardot

The bistro of the (bio)hotel Almodovar in trendy Friedrichshain is light and friendly. The limited but creative menu features mostly Mediterranean dishes, made with organic and fresh ingredients. They offer a very good Sunday brunch at a reasonable price. Check out the nice backyard.

interior of Bistro Bardot in Friedrichshain

Boxhagenerstrasse 83, Friedrichshain

+49 (0)30 6920 97082


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3) Vegan Tiger

Until 1989 Prenzlauer Berg used to be a grey and poor area, but after the Wall came down, it quickly became one of the nicest neighbourhoods in Berlin. Situated on the beautiful Helmholdtzplatz, this Tiger has everything to seduce you: healthy and fresh food and the best raw cakes in town.

interior of Vegan Tiger

Lettestrasse 5, Prenzlauer Berg

+49 (0)157 7397 2724

4) Momos

Momos are typical Himalayan dumplings, and this restaurant takes them to a next level: all the ingredients are strictly organic and everything is home made. Try the ‘Momo experience’ to taste all six momos and their dips. Order at the bar (like in many other Berlin’s establishments). Open everyday. Also take-away.

vegetarian food from Momos

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