Meine Culinarische Reise durch Münster : Prütt Cafe

I am not a strict vegetarian nor a truly carnivore. I wanted to try something a bit different, so I decided to visit the Prütt Cafe with my pescetarian friends. The cafe is ideally situated, just being within a short walking distance from the main station. I found the atmosphere is very nice and cozy. The seating area is divided by a short staircase into two sections. There is a notice board near the main entrance which includes local events/concerts announcements. The cafe is equipped with a mix of simple wooden tables, comfy benches, round dining sets, a magazine rack, etc. The menu is not extensive but sufficient. The cafe serves salads, soups, pizzas, desserts, and small plate dishes like baked potato, falafel, etc. Don't forget to check out the daily specials which are offered in addition to the menu items.

  • [food] I ordered a Sencha, and it was a bit bitter. The pizzas at Prutt are unique in terms of ingredients. I had a small potato pizza with goat cheese, olives and onions. The idea of a pizza with a wholemeal base was quite 'new' for me. I liked the cheese topping; with some crushed tomatoes, the pizza would have tasted better. We shared a ginger brownie - a good balance of flavors, however it was a bit dry and flaky - missing the chewy texture of a brownie..
  • [service]The service was decent. Our reservation was cancelled by mistake and the waitress managed to get a table for us - that was nice ;) It took a while to receive our courses, but the waiting period was tolerable.
  • [price] A small pizza+ sencha + brownie ~ 10.00 EUR
  • [food rating] Potato pizza - 3 1/4 stars ; Brownie - 2 1/2 stars
Remarks : I passed by Prütt Cafe many times and it is always full, so a reservation is a must! I am not so excited with the food, but I am glad that I tried a wholemeal organic pizza - certainly, a new experience for me :) The cafe has nice atmosphere - could be an option just hang around and drink cappuccino!

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