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A Vegan’s Guide to Eating Out in Dresden

January 18, 2017

I’ve been raving for a while about how amazing Germany was for vegan food. Berlin proves that but what about Dresden? Unfortunately we didn’t get to spend too long in this beautiful city so I apologise for the small list but I promise the places that made it are worth going to!

Chay VietAlthough Vietnamese restaurants are pretty much on every street in Germany, Chay Viet is the only exclusively vegetarian one and has an extensive menu for vegans. It’s located on a vibrant street next to beer gardens, vintage shops with cool knick-knacks and is definitely worth the trip into that side of town.

Price: € (inexpensive)

Alaunstraße 47, 01099 Dresden, Germany

RootsIf you’re looking for burgers, you should check out Roots. a simplistic eatery with classic veggie burgers and chips, made in-house with ingredients grown by local farmers. The burgers were delicious but if you’re hungry for something more, there’s some desserts too. I’d recommend the giant cookies!Price: €€ (average)

Hauptstraße 35, 01097 Dresden, Germany

Tiki im HechtTiki im Hecht is a unique Tiki-styled restaurant perfect for breakfast, brunch and lunch. It serves plenty of vegan options, from paninis, a breakfast plate with fruits and a variety of vegan cheeses to plant-based ice cream drizzled with chocolate sauce.Price: €€ (average)

Rudolf-Leonhard-Straße 26, 01097 Dresden, Germany


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