The Loving Hut offers primarily Asian-inspired dishes while offering a few local favorites such as a vegan kebab, hamburger and bratwurst. Upon my first experience at Loving Hut, I ordered the orange “chicken.” The sweet and tangy flavors hit my lips with unexpected surprises. The flavor, texture and combination was unlike anything I’ve tasted. The Loving Hut really nailed the taste of the sauce. Mixed with brown rice and served with a small salad, the European portion-sized meal offers healthy portions that does not leave you hungry. You may get hungry an hour later, but the meals are worth it. (Some meals are larger than others).
Since my first visit I have become a loyal customer of The Loving Hut. They also offer vegan food truck offerings at festivals in Hannover. Their meals always surprise me with their concoction of sauces and one-of-a-kind flavors. My favorite is their donor kebab and doner tasche. The vegan tzakiki and tomato-like sauce is as wonderful as sipping a sangria on a Spanish island. Whoever made it seriously knows how to cook, concoct and create complimentary flavors.
The atmosphere is as cute as their staff. Cute, quaint and quiet, the staff are warm and welcoming which is not standard for German service. The Loving Hut offers other restaurants through out major cities in Europe and the world. The main vibe is to offer a combination of local flavor along with Asian food.
I love Loving Hut so much that I make it a point to visit different LH branches in the EU to try their local vegan flavor. I have to move home in the new year and now thinking, "What the hell am I going to do without Loving Hut in my back yard?" It's funny how sometimes leaping out of the comfort zone is the best thing we can do to discover some things better.
So, when in Hannover find some TLC at the Loving Hut – you will not be disappointed.