restaurant review #325 – Hiller is a vegan restaurant in Hannover, it is located at the edge of the city center. It was founded in 1955 and is the oldest vegetarian (turned vegan) restaurant in Germany.
We were here for lunch in March, when we were in Hannover to go to two GENESIS shows (and there were more to follow – videos of several shows on my You Tube 😉 )
The menu has several more traditional style dishes. Nice to see some other things than burgers, bowls or hummus for a change. There were also some suggestions written on the board.
We had the pepper steak with potato gratin and the mushroom dish with baked potatoes.
Nice dishes, but a bit heavy with all the cream sauce.
A nice location. Very traditional, and old style, loved the chandeleers.
Although there were hardly any other patrons, it was a bit of a wait though.
The restaurant is not accessible: steps to get in, and toilets are on 1st floor. Did not see an accessible toilet. Toilets were a bit old school (like the interior) but clean and tidy.
All in All: nice lunch (albeit a bit heavy with all that cream) in a traditional decor