21-Year-Old Nutritionist Opens Vegan Pizza Shop in Germany

Noah’s Restaurant, which is replacing a paleo-themed eatery, will serve nine different plant-based pizzas, as well as bowls, appetizers, and desserts.


All-vegan pizza shop Noah’s Restaurant will replace a shuttered paleo-themed eatery in Mainz, Germany in September. The restaurant is owned by 21-year-old nutritionist Yannick Wild, who plans to build all of the shop’s furniture by hand. Noah’s will serve nine plant-based pizza options such as the classic Margherita, topped with vegan cheese and local, organic ingredients, as well as vegan bowls, appetizers, and desserts. The pizzas will be available to order and eat in-house, with delivery service available on weekends. “I’ve had the dream since childhood to open my own restaurant,” Wild said. “That’s why I moved from Idar-Oberstein to Mainz. Here, the concept simply fits better.” Earlier this month, market research firm Mintel named Germany—which produced 15 percent of the total new plant-based products launched worldwide in the last year—the top vegan food producer in 2018.  

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