Before she took up sandwich-making full time, Luisa Dlugay studied Communication Design. The subject of her degree dissertation: How could the good, old-fashioned sandwich win back its standing, this time as healthy fast food?
When she finished her studies, she did not seek a job in an advertising agency, as many of her fellow graduates did: “I had spent so much time on theoretical research that I now had to put my ideas into practice.” The result of this life-changing decision can now be found in Dresden Neustadt.
Stullenbüro is where the twenty-going-on-thirty-year old serves up her concept of fast food: imaginative spreads on sourdough bread from the bakery next door. These are made from radishes and fennel, from chanterelles and fresh cheese or from something completely different.
The menu changes every day, but you can be sure of one thing, namely that there will always be three different toppings that are fresh, vegetarian and utterly delicious.