Käyk (means cake) Who said vegan means sacrificing?

Tuesday, January 11 2022

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KÄYK (means cake)
Weinbergsweg 23
10119 Berlin-Mitte
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Käyk stands for delicious cake. And yet not everything here is as it seems. What you see points all to a sweet little patisserie. An oversized piece of cake shines out of yellow neon lights in the shop window. Croissants, pain au chocolat, sandwiches and savory puff pastries, various biscuits (Rocher! White Chocolate Pistachio!), and enchantingly decadent patisserie tempt you in the display.

At a second glance, you notice the little word vegan on some of the signs. With this amount of different cakes and pastries, one can only wonder: Is everything really vegan? Yes, really everything. But without pointing it out everywhere. Some of the food is also gluten-free, if possible without any loss of quality. Käyk is first and foremost about great baking. Everything is prepared on-site, including the margarine.

And so, the word Käyk is not Scandinavian, as it might seem. Instead, it is the Germanised version of the English word cake or a neologism of the international team that opened Käyk here in Mitte, near Rosenthaler Platz, last November. Initially started as a pop-up, everything here is still a little provisional. Except for the baked goods.

Patisserie KAEYK (means cake) Berlin Mitte
KAEYK (means cake) Berlin Mitte
Croissant by KAEYK (means cake) Berlin Mitte
KAEYK (means cake) Berlin Mitte (1)

Although there are new creations on a regular basis, like the coconut-mango Käyk, which we had to try out: fresh, fruity, and delicious, it almost reminds you of ice cream. Add with that a delightful chai latte (with oat milk, of course), and Veganuary can begin. Who said being vegan requires sacrifice?

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