Time Out says
Vegans especially will like this casual spot, though we recommend it for anyone looking to eat a hearty, healthy meal near the central train station or city center. Popular dishes include the falafel burger, protein bowl with lentils, sweet potatoes and beets and fresh smoothies or juices. The café, whose name is a mix of the words “vegetarian,” “vegan” and “yummy,” is a local farm-to-table concept. Once you enter, ascend the spiral staircase and grab a seat at the lovely wooden communal table or, snag an individual table flanked by comfy pillows. After your low-carb meal, you may even feel entitled to some vegan chocolate mousse. This restaurant is cash only and closed on Sundays, but open on Mondays – a rare option in Frankfurt.