Let It Be is an entirely plant-based restaurant and bar in Neukölln serving burgers, savoury and sweet crêpes as well as pancakes.
Just down the road from Sfizy Veg – a popular vegan pizza place – Let It Be is an inconspicuous, but popular and cozy burger place.
All dishes are named after famous vegan celebrities and icons such as Thom Yorke (a veggie beetroot hummus burger), Daryl Hannah (a savoury tomato beetroot pesto crêpe) or Pamela Anderson (four pancakes with banana and peanut butter).
Besides burgers and crêpes, there are also sides including salads, Mac & Cheese and a “Raw Plate” (grated veggies and sprouts).
There are also weekly specials such as chili cheese fries, a Baileys crêpe or a fall pumpkin burger with a hash brown and cranberry sauce.
Burgers can be served without bread (gluten-free, served with grilled zucchini slices), crépes can be made into “Galettes”, which is a glutenfree crépe made with buckwheat flour.
Once your order arrives it is very likely you will go “Whaaaat…?” or “No way” – because of the very generous size of the portions. Burgers might be a little difficult to eat as they are stacked so high that you won’t be able to fit them in your mouth.
For the huge size of the portions, prices are very fair. A burger costs about 8€ to 9€, pancakes from 4,90€.
Inside, Let It Be is a smorgasbord of odd collectibles and memorabilia – from old nature maps to posters and beer adverts over to Star Wars merchandise, the restaurant is filled with lovely details and accessories.
There is space for about 40 people inside and a couple of seats outside when the weather allows it.
We recommend the buckwheat “Erykah Badu” crêpe with sweet potato, fresh spinach, and saté-coconut-peanut sauce.
We visited “Let It Be” in November 2017.
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Let It Be
Treptower Str. 90