Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Berlin

Despite Germany's meaty reputation, it isn't such a bad place for vegetarians and vegans. Our survival guide for vegetarians in Germany can help navigate the most traditional restaurants, but in Berlin keeping meat-free is hardly a struggle. Among the many "regular" restaurants with vegetarian options, there are exclusive temples to the veg. Here is an extensive yet not exhaustive list of the best vegetarian/vegan destinations in Berlin.

And if you can't drag yourself to these locations, note that many offer delivery through deliveroo and foodora.

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Weinbergsweg 3, 10119 Berlin, Germany

Healthy lifestyle devotees can detox after a night in the clubs at Daluma. An Instagram darling that specializes in raw vegan bites, their menu is full of quinoa, cold-pressed juices and things that will make your insides feel clean after the debauchery of Berlin. 

If you want to keep eating right at home, Daluma has a full line of ​products available in their modern space.

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Regensburger Str. 1, 10777 Berlin, Germany
Phone +49 30 91539833

In my post on how to survive as a vegetarian or vegan in Germany, I say ethnic food is usually a safe bet, but that doesn't often extend to Chinese. Luckily, Tianfuzius solves this problem. A vegetarian-only, Szechuan-inspired restaurant, dishes are beautifully recreated to suit the tofu bunch. Veggies will delight in the long list of delicious menu options.

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Lucky Leek

Kollwitzstraße 54, 10405 Berlin, Germany
Phone +49 30 66408710

If you want an elegant dining experience with a vegetarian menu, Lucky Leek is there. Enter down the stairs of this Kollwitzplatz eatery to find a romantically lit space. Seasonal offerings and a small menu keep dishes interesting with the three- and five-course meals highly recommended.

  • Telephone: 49 030 664087 10
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Vaust Berlin
Vaust Berlin
Pestalozzistraße 8, 10625 Berlin, Germany
Phone +49 30 54599160

There is no need to forgo Berlin's beloved currywurst at Vaust. Many traditional plates are made vegan-friendly with seitan and other veggie options in this West Berlin location. To pair with their foodie treats, they offer their own craft beers.

  • Telephone: 49 030 160 2688177 
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Cookies Cream

Cookies Cream Berlin
Joselu Blanco
Behrenstraße 55, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Phone +49 30 680730448

Hip and meat-free, Cookies Cream is a high-end vegetarian restaurant near Berlin's center behind the Westin Grand. Enter through a deceptively industrial looking door to find an impressively sleek dining experience. Touting international guests like George Clooney and Robby Williams, the dishes are just as stylish.

  • Telephone: 49 030 27492940
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Chipps Berlin
Chipps Berlin
Jägerstraße 35, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Phone +49 30 36444588

If Cookies Cream seems too cool for school, Chipps is the low-key, low-cost alternative you're looking for. The menu changes weekly with a vegan option always available. And though this is a vegetarian restaurant, meat can be added so you can bring carnivores with you.

  • Telephone: 49 030 36 444 588
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Cafe Vux

Cafe Vux in Berlin
Cafe Vux in Berlin
Wipperstraße 14, 12055 Berlin, Germany

Brazilian and bagels may not sound like they go together - but they do at charming Cafe Vux. Along with the usual soups and salads, they serve FairTrade coffee and the Berliner Sunday brunch done vegan style.

  • Telephone: 49 30 6124505
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Café V

Cafe V Berlin
Cafe V Berlin
Lausitzer Pl. 12, 10997 Berlin, Germany
Phone +49 30 6124505

Cafe V proves that a vegetarian menu doesn't need to be boring. With a menu that changes every week and high-quality ingredients, even meat-eaters will leave with a full belly. That belly just might be full of Seitan-Schnitzel, vegan pizza, spinach Maultaschen and completely vegetarian Sunday brunch.

  • Telephone: 49 30 6124505
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Wilder Hase

Helsingforser Str. 11, 10243 Berlin, Germany

While many vegans are happy to down beer after beer at the Biergarten, they may find the food offerings a lot less appetizing. Wilder Hase solves this conundrum with proper bunny food for humans near the wilds of legendary club Berghain. Most food is prepared at the popular vegan fast food imbiss Fast Rabbit (worth a stop in itself), and ranges from "superfood" salads to hummus and cashew-based cheese spreads. Vegan drunks can even join the rest of Berlin in its late-night Döner tradition with the Kung Fu Döner of brown rice, sweet and sour sauce and deep-fried soy schnitzel.

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Kopps in Berlin
Kopps in Berlin
Linienstraße 94, 10115 Berlin, Germany

Swiftly becoming an institution under the expert hand of vegan chef and cookbook author Björn Moschinski, Kopps serves 2-4 course menus from locally sourced ingredients. Everything is bio-certified and ethically sourced.

Visit the sleek space on weekends for their excellent vegetarian brunch.

  • Telephone: 49 30 6124505
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