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The best vegan breakfasts in Vienna #1

Breakfast in Vienna often is made up of meat and dairy products, so where to get that vegan breakfast fix? Here are 2 breakfast places around Vienna for vegans.

Corns n’Pops – Vegan Breakfast

MON–FRI: 8am–5pm
SAT: 9am–4pm
SUN: closed

Beeren Crunchy = 3.50 €

Serves breakfast: all day

Corns n’ Pops are about home-made pick-n-mix breakfast muesli – but not exclusively. Lisa also deals in muffins and donuts, and offers a daily lunch menu. “Making all people happy is a pretty tough job, but I do my best”, she tells me. The way it works is that you choose one of the pre-set muesli mixes or create your own dream muesli with the numerous ingredients offered in the buffet (gummy bears and various grains included).

The menu includes lots of gluten and dairy free good stuff, lots for vegans and vegetarians, and she knows by heart what’s in the more than ten muesli mixtures available. “Well, I produce ‘em all myself, so I should know”, she giggles. I get myself the “Beeren Crunchy” with crunchy oats, dried strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries, and cashews.

As I pour the soy milk into the bowl, swirls of pink develop, and I squeal a little on the inside when I put the first spoon into my mouth. Masculinity has no place here.

Cafe 7stern – Vegan Breakfast

MON–SAT: 9am–2am
SUN: 9am–12am

Serves breakfast: from 10am–4pm

“If you’re in boboville, you’ve got to have a vegan option on the menu”, says Steffi behind the counter, laughing. She’s joking – obviously. The Kulturcafé 7stern started out with only one breakfast – and it was vegan. But it wasn’t long before their breakfast menu expanded, and the guests came flying in.

“The cool thing is, that most of them aren’t die-hard vegans. So we sell lots of the vegan breakfasts with ham and eggs on the side,” Steffi says.

I let that offer pass, and continue gobbling up the flatbread, filled with carrot humus, fresh rucola, apple, nuts, and seeds. The soy yoghurt with the home-made compote gets an A+, as well. The only thing I could’ve gone without is the zucchini humus, but I’m sure it suits other taste buds way better. The smoothie called “Bright”, a composition of ginger, apple, mango, and oranges, seriously brightened my day.

Pro tip: come here around lunchtime – that’s when the sun hits the big windows, bringing in that summertime feeling.

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