As the vegan scene is growing we already has got some dine out options at St. Pauli to choose from. This time we are happy to introduce you Dear Matsu, a location for delicious vegan specialities, an insider tip from Hamburg locals. Bon Appetite!
Vegan restaurants and bistros emerge from the ground of the big metropolis and are spreading constantly as well as generous specialised supermarkets, which do their best to simplify the vegetable based lifestyle. No doubt, veganism has become some sort of cult status in somehow the shortest period of time.
If you are looking for vegan cuisine, Dear Matsu in Hamburg is definitely one of the best places to go and a secret hint for vegans and non-vegans equally. You can find the restaurant in a calm side street of the popular neighbourhood of Eppendorf. In addition, this location is not a restaurant in a traditional meaning. It is rather a café, teahouse and restaurant all in one. Beside of a daily changing menu you have the chance to taste 60 different flavours of finest tea or to try homemade banana bread and delightful tarts.
Reading the offered menu you might get convinced pretty soon: For example, for breakfast you have the option of pancakes with vanilla sauce topped with fresh fruits, for lunch cocos-pineapple-curry with basil and baked sweet potato on basmati rice which comes with zuccini-mint-salad, and for desert choose a piece of chocolate-avocado-cake you won’t regret trying. And the best of it is that every meal provides 100% non-animal origin. So no doubt whether it’s for breakfast, lunch with friends or tea and cake time it’s worth to visit at any time of the day. The comfortable atmosphere in the restaurant with its warm wooden elements, modern furniture and stylish details creates a place of a charming surrounding combined with skilful understatement. We hope this special place will be an example for more experimental vegan restaurants to come up in Hamburg.