Posts Tagged ‘vegetarian’

TRIED & TESTED: CHIPPS BERLIN

April 22, 2011

Babs den Haring is  one of the most dedicated Petite Passport travellers. Together with her handsome husband she travelled to Berlin:

Most striking feature:

“They serve an inexpensive lunch menu for 8,50 euro. Everything in here is freshly prepared and produced. You can choose a starter and a main course. I started with the chestnut soup which was followed by a pasta with pumpkin and nuts. I don’t know if all the dishes are made for vegetarians but if not, you won’t be dissappointed if you’re a vegetarian coming here.  Oh, and don’t forget to order their home made lemon lemonade. It’s delicious!”

Check out: www.chipps.eu

NEW SPOT: KIOSKO BURGER BARCELONA

March 27, 2011

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you like a burger.
  2. If you’re discovering the area called El Born and need a quick bite.
  3. If you’re a vegetarian – they even sell veggie burgers.

(Photos via 60by80 – a site worth following)

Check out: www.kioskoburger.com

NEW SPOT: CHI SING BERLIN

September 25, 2010


3 reaons to go there:

  1. If you’re a vegetarian. Half of the dishes on the menu are vegetarian.
  2. If you like the Hue Cuisine. The what? A special cuisine from monks from Vietnam.
  3. If you like origami: the design of the bar is based on that paper art.

Check out: www.chising-berlin.de


Photos from StyleMag Online