Vegetarian options are scarce in the tourist area around Stephansplatz. I had written down a few options from research and this particular one was closest to us and we were in a hurry to finish up shopping and catch a train.
The funniest kismet moment of choosing Wrenkh was when we were waved to the back area (not sure why as it was empty, maybe to keep stroller and toddler from business lunchers). We sat at a long white table, and found that the artwork hanging over our table was a photo of the street we lived on in Brooklyn, NY. Not a famous street, very random picture of a construction vehicle on a corner near our home. Such a funny coincidence.
For food we had many veg choices, easily made vegan too. It is mostly traditional vegetarian "healthy" type food with lots of zucchini, peppers, whole grains or tofu.
We started with olive tapenade and bread, which satisfied our 20- month old son. My husband had potato patties with vegetables and a yogurt or cheese sauce that I think was made with chives. I had quinoa with shredded vegetable cakes mixed in, almost Chinese fried rice style with scallions. Pretty decent and healthy lunch.
I wouldn't say it's the best veg food, by far, a tad bland even. But the menu is creative, presentation is colorful, and the food is healthy and generously filling. So, overall we were happy. Considering the lunch crowd, it's fairly busy and there should be more places like this.
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