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Vegelangelo serves lip smacking preparations, beverages and desserts. There's always something to look forward to as the menu changes every week. The restaurant seats around 20 people, reservations are therefore a wise way to go. Outdoor seating is available in summer. Special events happen time and again. All in all, Vegelangelo is a good place to dine even if you're not a vegetarian. Don't forget to check out the specials here. Op[ens from Wednesday to Saturday at 12p and on Sundays at 6p.
Set in an upscale, quiet and modern space, in the centre of the city, Tian specializes in serving gourmet vegan and vegetarian meals. Vegan delicacies like Cocos Curry, Cep Risotto and Black Chanterelles are served here. There is also a hearty prix fixe menu for those who are unsure about what to order. The decadent dishes can be paired with a glass of wine from the bar menu. With the delicious food and the quick service, you certainly won’t realize the absence of meat.
Featuring vegetarian food from around the world- India, East Asia and Europe, Prinz Myshkin attempts to bring to the platter a delightful array of dishes that are nutritious and healthy. The menu boasts items like Involtini in Herb Cream (organic tofu and mushroom rolled in spinach beet), Tofu Stroganoff, Mixed Vegetables, Truffel Potato Zucchini Gratin and Crepes Al Forno. A wine list accompanies the food making the dining experience all the more memorable.
For a long-awaited respite from meat and proteins, Tushita Teehaus is where most of Munich denizens head out to. This restaurant and tea house is a multifaceted one, as it not only shines as a great vegetarian and vegan eatery but also houses an extensive selection of teas, most of which are organic and environment-friendly. Affordability is also one of its strengths and worrying about quality or freshness will just amount to wastage of time. Vegans and vegetarians are a blessed minority in Munich, as Tushita Teehaus is finally here!
Who says vegetarian food cannot be tasty? Well for those who do, dine at Gratitude Restaurant, and you sure will leave there with a different opinion. The restaurant serves purely vegetarian food as well as vegan and gluten free meals. Delicious salads and other food will certainly not make you miss meat on your plate. Note that payment here is by cash only.
At Max Pett, patrons are treated to a host of delicious vegan appetizers, mains, and desserts along with non-alcoholic beer and wine. The cuisine served here has shades of European and Indian, with dishes like risotto and Palak tofu featured in its menu. Desserts include classics like Chocolate Mousse which is ideal for you if you are looking to end your meal on a sweet note. They also serve a variety of homemade ice creams.
A vegan restaurant with a well-stocked bar, Bodhi has drawn inspiration from cuisines around the globe. From sumptuous burgers to the delectable Tiramisu, vegan versions of classics as well as new innovations are available here. The restaurant offers something to everyone with meatless and no dairy dishes that have European as well as Asian roots.