On the menu at Wahrhaft Nahrhaft
I really like to eat vegan cake, but I’m not a good baker. So on Sundays, I will eat at least one piece of delicious vegan cake at a café around the corner (usually at Wahrhaft Nahrhaft!). This time I went with a poppy-crumble-cake with cherries. The pastry was beauuuutifully fluffy and the cherries were especially juicy.
This is the kind of cake I’d like to take back home to my grandparents, just to show them that vegan cake is a thing. Because that’s always a question that comes up at the coffee table at my grandparents’ house: “Can you eat anything at all?“. Yes, yes, yes dear grandma, I can! And this delicious poppy-crumble-cake is the first thing you have to eat when you come for a visit to Berlin.
At Wahrhaft Nahrhaft they also offer bagels with lots of good stuff on them. I ordered a Seitan-Bagel with grilled pepper and eggplant, cashew-pea-dip and some leaf spinach. Every day they have different options. The ones with a green label are plant-based and the others are vegetarian or fish bagels. The same goes for the salads and soups. I can definitely recommend you to taste not only the cakes but also the bagels and salads.
In the summer they also have seats outside perfect for people-watching. Especially on Sundays, when you see the stark contrast of passerby’s including moms with their kids, the raver-Berghain-crew and also the typical Berlin Hipster passing by. Everybody co-exists, and that’s what I love about Berlin.
So, my perfect Sunday includes a stop at Wahrhaft Nahrhaft to eat great vegan food, chill and relax and afterwards to head to the flea market at the RAW-Area, just across the street. Join me next Sunday! 🙂
ON THE MENU: Cakes, bagels, soups, and salads.
PRICES: Food around 5 € and drinks about 3 €.
VIBES: Very colorful interior with comfortable seating area.
DOWNER: Everybody is welcomed here. If you are looking for a quiet place, keep in mind that there are often kids and dogs at Wahrhaft Nahrhaft.
PICKY NOTES: Meat, fish, vegetarian and vegan options.
Revaler Straße 16, 10245 Berlin, Website.
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Evie worked in the hotel business for a few years before moving to Berlin. She studies Digital Media Culture at the Filmuniversity in Babelsberg and is interested in film, fashion, and food. Three years ago, she decided to swap Schnitzel for tofu – and is still more than happy with it! You can follow her on Instagram @evie.efeu.