Anh Dao is a vegan Indochinese restaurant at Danziger Straße in Prenzlauer Berg, very close to buzzing Eberswalder Straße. They offer all the goodies of Vietnamese, Laotian and Cambodian cuisine: summer rolls, Pho, curries and more. As meat substitutes, they not only have tofu but also seitan and self-made vegan “sausage” from Vietnam. We went for summer rolls and steamed filled rice rolls as starters and when they finally came, I was seriously blown away by the tastiness – not only of the fillings but especially of the sauces.
For mains, we had Dau Kho (stewed tofu dumplings, seitan and vegetables) and a homemade curry, both great. This restaurant seems so low-key and I would’ve never heard about it if my friend didn’t live right next to it. But in my opinion, when it comes to taste, it can easily hold up to the big names in Berlin’s Asian food scene! The only downer: We nearly waited an hour for our food (you can see it in the pictures…). In the end, it was worth it though and I’m not even mad. That curry was amazing, even more after the wait.
ON THE MENU: Fresh and amazing Indochinese food. Also Sushi!
PRICES: Starters around 3.50 €. Mains 7.90 – 8.90 €.
VIBES: Relaxed, low-key, holiday vibes.
DOWNER: We waited an hour for our food – let’s hope it’s not always like that!
PICKY NOTES: Everything is vegan. Lots of gluten-free options.
Anh Dao, Danziger Straße 42,10435 Berlin. Website.
Tabea has been a picky eater since she was 4 years old, when she decided she didn’t like meat (except her grandma’s meatballs). The following years she continued to challenge her family and friends with many other weird food preferences. Founding Picky Eaters is her answer to the question: “What do you even eat?!” @tabeaim