Seerose Restaurant

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The veggie lifestyle isn’t for everyone, we get it. But if you’re curious about meat-free mealtimes and looking for a relaxed and inexpensive way to ease yourself in… well, we can’t think of much better than a trip to Seerose. Right outside Südstern station, this “buffet restaurant” (we say it hesitantly, because you don’t actually get to ladle the food on yourselves) is basically a pick-and-mix station for grown-ups. Choose a plate size (a small plate holds 2 dishes, medium 3 and large 4), point out what you fancy to the friendly servers and let them construct your dream veggie or vegan meal. With dishes alternating daily, and a range of curry, pasta, potato and rice combinations on offer, there’s something for even the most veggie-phobic of diners. We found a medium plate (€6.90) is more than enough for one – especially when it’s filled with deliciously gooey lasagne – or a small plate (€5.50) paired with your ultimate salad bar concoction (€3.50) and/or extras like spring rolls and veggie patties. Will your meal at Seerose look like a work of art? Probably not. But will it leave you cheerfully full-up and bursting with enthusiasm about the wonders of vegetarianism? It’s a yes from us. #Seerose #Vegetarian #Veggie #VeggieFood #Vegan #VeganFood #VeggieBuffet #Buffet #BuffetRestaurant #VeggieFoodPorn #VeggieLasgne #CousCous #Veganism #VegansofIG #WhatVegansEat #WhatVeggiesEat #FoodPorn #Berlin #BerlinFood #Südstern #HiddenBerlin

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The veggie lifestyle isn’t for everyone, we get it. But if you’re curious about meat-free mealtimes and looking for a relaxed and inexpensive way to ease yourself in… well, we can’t think of much better than a trip to Seerose. Right outside Südstern station, this “buffet restaurant” (we say it hesitantly, because you don’t actually get to ladle the food on yourselves) is basically a pick-and-mix station for grown-ups. Choose a plate size (a small plate holds 2 dishes, medium 3 and large 4), point out what you fancy to the friendly servers and let them construct your dream veggie or vegan meal. With dishes alternating daily, and a range of curry, pasta, potato and rice combinations on offer, there’s something for even the most veggie-phobic of diners. We found a medium plate (€6.90) is more than enough for one – especially when it’s filled with deliciously gooey lasagne – or a small plate (€5.50) paired with your ultimate salad bar concoction (€3.50) and/or extras like spring rolls and veggie patties. Will your meal at Seerose look like a work of art? Probably not. But will it leave you cheerfully full-up and bursting with enthusiasm about the wonders of vegetarianism? It’s a yes from us.

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