It was a mere 2-day trip in München, Germany (Aug 31 – Sept 2, 2011). After reading some reviews on a vegan döner at Royal Kebabhaus based in München through blogs and Happy Cow, I was disappointed that there weren’t any exceptional photos. So I was determined to find it out myself and proved that I had the best vegan döner of all Germany.
On my first day of visit, I noticed the restaurant was nearly out of a vegan döner which wasn’t pleasant to photograph, but had the last bits of them in my wrap, but I also saw a real döner which wasn’t also pleasant as well. I was greeted with smiles by the owners and it made me feel welcome. Keep in mind that the restaurant is not entirely vegan, so if you ask one of the staff, they will be able to make them vegan without a problem.
Doni and I had both wheaty vegan döner with Turkish-style bread, each for about €4. It was the tahini sesame sauce this time (on a Wednesday); it was a bit drippy/messy for me, but it tasted great. Royal Kebabhaus has daily sauces (vegan-friendly) for wraps and sandwiches.
My last other visit was the burrito with the Wheaty and it was a huge burrito sliced in half. The (on a Thursday) sauce was some red peppery type, which wasn’t spicy for me, but very different. I finally saw a full vegan döner, and it was nice to see a fresh one out.
Taken with Canon S95 since I was lazy to bring my big ass camera:
The Wheaty seitan was impressive and I know the brand well through my recent travels in Belgium and Germany. Love the oozes of flavours within the wheaty shreads; it was not very salty, but lovely with everything else in the wrap or Turkish bread. I love the Turkish homemade breads. I would rather get the sandwich bread over the wrap (burrito-type), because this is the real vegan Turkish meal! I would definitely go back to Royal Kebabhaus if I’m ever in Germany, plus München, which was the most interesting German city I have been to so far.