If you are from Germany, you are probably familiar with this chain. I have already written a detailed article about it, which you can find here. So I’ll keep it short and give you just a few facts about it.
The restaurant at the corner of Grazbachgasse and Jakoministrasse is furnished in the same style as the restaurants in Germany. So with a lot of light wood in both the furniture and the wall design. The whole thing is only interrupted by dark tapering of the benches and wallpapers with bird motifs.
Since it is a franchise restaurant, you will of course also find great parallels with the branches in Germany when eating. The standard menu includes the so-called “Good Life Bowls” with salmon, beef, chicken or vegetables (vegan and vegetarian). In addition, many snacks such as wraps and sandwiches. And I mustn’t forget the large selection of salads, which are grouped into “Sea”, “Veggie & Vegan” and “Chicken & Beef”. In addition, there are soups and curries that change every day. By the way, you can see the “Vegan Red Thai Curry” in the photo.
The food is labeled in the following categories: vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and lactose-free.
Dean&david also has many healthy alternatives when it comes to drinks. You get freshly squeezed juices, smoothies and drinks in the bottle from the cooling shelf. Dean&david even released their own “Cold Pressed Juice” series, for example the Green Guru with orange, apple, celery, spinach, ginger, lemon and Camu Camu. The hot drinks include coffee (soy milk + € 0.25) and bag tea, as well as fresh mint or ginger tea as well as matcha and chai latte.
If you have already read the detailed blog article about dean&david, you know that you can get everything to go.