Fortunately for vegans living in Berlin there are great options when it comes to classic snack foods and indulgences like ice cream, burgers, and pizza. Everyone knows that pizza is a necessity; here are the best spots for vegan pizza in Berlin.
Known as one of the best restaurants in Friedrichshain, Yoyo Food World offers a vast array of vegan fast food treats. From bacon cheeseburgers and kebabs to that coveted pizza pie, Yoyo does it. As for pizza options, each comes with tangy tomato sauce and soy cheese. Additional toppings include spinach, vegan salami, and arugula. There is even a vegan Hawaiian option served with veggie bacon and pineapple. Its menu draws a diverse crowd of people, all united by the marvelous vegan eats. What keeps people coming back is Yoyo’s commitment to ethically sourcing local ingredients.
Sfizy Veg is a cute and stylish little spot on a quiet street off of Sonnenallee in Neukölln. The pizzas here are made with the intention of creating a place where vegans can enjoy all the same goodies as meat and cheese eaters do. They offer affordable pizzas without that sneaky markup that often gets added to many vegan items. Their hope is that keeping the pizzas cheap will allow for a more diverse set of customers to enjoy their offerings. Sfizy Veg certainly has a big reputation as one of the city’s best spots for vegan pizza, so consider this a warning that things definitely might be on the crowded side, at least during peak times.
Pizzeria Vivo in Neukölln offers snacks and casual Italian eats for wallet-friendly prices. While not everything is vegan, it can be made so upon request. Plus, there are many varieties of pizza exclusively featuring veggies like the Pizza Funghi and the Pizza Broccoli. Vivo is open late on weekends, which makes them even more of a haven for vegans who are looking for a pizza nightcap. They also take great pride in their delivery service, which makes eating vegan that much more convenient.
Another one of Berlin’s more popular vegan pizza venues is Zeus Pizzeria & Pide. For more than ten years now, the owners of Zeus Pizzeria have been committed to making pizzas that are ‘fresh, natural, and inexpensive.’ The no-frills shop might not stand out from the crowd, but anyone who knows about it will tell you that the vegan pizzas within are utterly delightful. Find options with toppings like mushrooms, onions, vegan cheese, roasted tomatoes and more. They also do vegan pide, a type of Turkish flatbread loaded with toppings. Not to mention that Zeus also delivers.
With crispy crusts and the freshest of toppings, Il Ritrovo offers one of the most authentic pies in Berlin. This restaurant’s paint-chipped yellow walls are covered in graffiti tags and its servers have that whole Italian vibe down pat. This all adds to the unique ambiance that perfectly matches the Berliner vegan: edgy, confident, and nonconformist. The pizzas themselves can be made vegan upon request. The Ortolana Pizza, for example, can easily be converted to vegan, because it comes topped with large slices of zucchini and eggplant in a bed of perfectly seasoned sauce. The menu also features other options including pasta that can be tweaked as well. Oddly enough, Il Ritrovo also serves one of the best salads in Berlin.