2 reviews for Viva la Vida
Gosh, how I do love the veggie buffet here, especially the rice and seitan! The drinks are kind of expensive (1,10/piece for a small juice box), but I suppose you can always get something from a corner store. Have yet to try dessert as I usually stuff myself with the aforementioned staples along with other goodies like mushroom polenta, eggplant salad...oh, the list goes on! The only downside to this place is that there isn't much room to eat "properly" (one table for two inside the shop, two counters for about three people outside), but no matter. It's food worth a standing ovation!
After walking by the shop numerous times, I finally took the plunge and followed a friend inside, enticed by the aroma of the buffet. At 1,80-,EUR per 100 grams, it's not a bad deal, and I came away with a 7EUR lunch of tofu with onions, seitan to rival that of Vegaviana's, cherry tomatoes, and fried brown rice with mushrooms. Seating is limited, with what seems to be one table inside, and the counters and benches right outside of the shop. Viva la Vida is also a grocery shop, so if you're just popping in for some soy milk, here's your place. The lady working there was real nice, too.