Vöner is an entirely vegan diner in Friedrichshain serving German doener kebab as well as burgers, hotdogs, and currywurst.
Vöner serves a couple of traditional German “fast food” dishes including a vegan curry sausage and kebab. It is a great place for eating in or just a quick bite to take away.
The plant-based doener-“meat” is homemade and prepared with wheat protein, vegetables, soy meal, legumes and lots of herbs and spices. Traditionally served in a pita bread it is topped with salad and a homemade sauce such as tahini garlic or herb sauce.
Besides doener, which can be served as a plate, as durum or as the classic kebab, they serve a variety of so-called “Wagenburger” – burgers with a wheat-vegetable patty served in pita bread. Furthermore, you can get curry sausage and seitan nuggets with fries here.
Prices are very fair – a kebab is 5€, a burger 4€ to 6€.
The diner is easily recognizable by the “Vöner tier” (voener animal) that is drawn onto the neon sign and can be found at various spots inside.
The staff is happy to answer any questions (about food, the idea, veganism, etc.) and prepares your food freshly in front of your eyes.
There are about 20 seats inside. In summer, you can find an additional 10 outside.
We recommend a “Vöner kebab” with tahini garlic sauce.
We visited “Voener” in August 2017.
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Boxhagener Str. 56
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