Vaust is an all-vegan restaurant and beer bar in Berlin Charlottenburg. Their seasonal menu includes typical German dishes such as “Geschnetzeltes”, tarte or currywurst but also pasta dishes, salads, and risotto. There are also always daily specials and desserts such as tiramisu or cake.
Address: Pestalozzistraße 8, 10625 Berlin
- Transport: S3/S5/S7/S75 Savignyplatz
- Opening Hours:Mon-Sat: 5pm – 11pm
Menu: vegan, organic, regional, gluten-free options; Current menu (11/2017)
Serves: German dishes, salads, risotto, desserts, homebrewed beer
- Prices: €€€ (main course: 9€ – 15€)
Free Wi-Fi: yes
Vaust doesn’t have a set menu, but a seasonally changing one usually including starters, salads, a risotto, currywurst, desserts as well as a couple of special dishes, which can mostly be described as “German cuisine”.
All ingredients are primarily sourced from organic and regional sources. As an appetizer, you are served organic bread, rapeseed oil and spicy salt.
Being a little more upscale compared to other vegan restaurants in Berlin, a visit at “Vaust” can become a true dining experience. The excellent service is focused on making sure guests are feeling comfortable and have everything they need.
Their speciality, besides food, are two types of homebrewed beers – a light one made from 100% pilsner barley malt and hops and a dark version made from a variety of malt and hops.
Non-alcoholic drinks include homemade lemonades (e.g. lime-mint or strawberry-basil), fruit juices and other standard choices.
In summer, there is limited seating outside for about 20 people; inside there is space for about 30 to 40. As Vaust is a quite popular dinner place, make sure to make a reservation to be guaranteed a table.
We recommend one of the seasonal or daily specials together with a homemade ice tea or beer.
We visited “Vaust” in August 2017.
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