Today, we visited the area of Kreuzberg. Here live a lot of Turkish Berliners. You don’t find that many cool & hip clothing shops here, more larger supermarket’s & Turkish shops. It is a multicultural area. In this area, I wanted to go to a vegan café called Freckles. It is near the lovely Bergmanstrasse. A cool street filled with lovely alternative clothing shops, restaurants & eating-cafés. Vegan eating café Freckles, is located in a side street of this lovely street. Freckles, Nostitzstrasse 33, 10965 Berlin.
When we arrived, there was only was kuchen & vegan desserts on the menu. On their website, they say that they also sell vegan salads, vegan cookies, etc. We didn’t see that on the menu. I ordered a Freckles café latte with soymilk & ginger sirup in it: So good, so tasty,…& a big slice of the chocolate cake with lovely soy cream butter layers topped with a speculaas drizzled icing! So freaking delicious! MMMMMMM! You wouldn’t believe it, that butter cream was vegan! You could choose between several plant-based milks for your café latte’s, like almond milk, soy milk & hazelnut milk.
My husband Peter ordered this: A Freckles café latte too, also made with soy milk but with & marshmallow sirup in it! He chose a piece of the chocolate nougat torte, all vegan!
The 2 Freckles café latte costed each: 3.30€. My chocolate speculaas cake costed me: 3.20€ & Peter’s slice of nougat & chocolate torte costed 3.40€. So in total our bill was: 13.20€. It was so worth it!
A few days later, we visited a vegan supermarket & café, called Veganz. I really wanted to go there. We had to take a few U-bahn’s before we arrived there. The nearest U-bahn is: Schönhauser Allee. Veganz, Schivelbeiner strasse 34, 10437 Berlin. Open? Supermarket: Monday till Saturday: from 8 AM till 9 PM. Sunday’s closed / Café: Open? Monday till Saturday: from 8 AM till 9 PM. Sunday’s from 9 AM till 6 PM. Yes! I wanted to go there for a very long time & bought a few vegan top products too. ( post + pics later on a separate post!!!! ). It was a smaller vegan supermarket but they had tons of vegan goodies, edible & non-edible, like toothpaste, body milks, etc. They also sold organic veggies & fruits. They also sold dairy-free & vegan advent calendars. How cool is that?
I also bought some other vegan goodies but I will make a post separate from this one, on these vegan edible goodies, after the Berlin-posts!
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