Veganism is slowly spreading in Amsterdam and there are several new places that offer vegan exclusive food items in the best possible way. Hence, if you are a vegan visiting the Dutch capital, you will not have to worry about finding places to dine. Below is a discussion on some of the best vegan restaurants that you can visit on your Amsterdam private tours.
Koffie ende Koek
This is a small and cute café in Amsterdam that is one of the top vegan cafes in the city. You can find vegan breakfast and lunch here at affordable prices. They bake many cakes here and serve breakfast soups too. They also have sandwiches, coffee, and other drinks too with multiple options of milk. They also offer high tea with a wide range of savory and sweet goodies. Note that these are available through advance booking only. If you do not get the booking, you may come in and fill yourself up with breakfast, lunch, or coffee and cake. The best part is, you get to enjoy the meal with a view of the canal in the Westergasfabriek.
The Vegabond is a café and serves as a vegan store that stocks the convenience foods and ingredients which might be difficult to acquire in other places. They offer vegan lunch at affordable rates. It is located near the Anne Frank House, making it an important location. It is also located nearby a canal with a huge window overlooking the nearby street, ideal for people watching. The food offered includes smoothies, juices, open sandwiches, hot drinks, wraps, and fresh rolls. It is ideal for a light lunch. You can also choose from a healthy range of goodies like cupcakes, raw cakes, brownies, and homemade donuts.
The Meatless district has a simple menu and a choice of vegan foods to choose from if you are looking to have your lunch or dinner. They also have a tasty burger with delicious fries and vegan mayonnaise. They offer interesting starters like chewy and soft summer rolls as well as crispy and raw rolls. They provide fast and friendly service. You may also want to try sandwiches, salads, and cakes for lunch.
This place usually serves a fixed menu every day and has a vegan shop in its basement. If you are heading somewhere, you might want to come and pick up some vegan ingredients and vegan versions of Dutch sweets like stroopwafels. The restaurant opens at 12 pm for lunch but you can get cakes, drinks, and savory snacks starting from 10 am on weekdays. The inside is well-decorated, creating a great ambiance for eating. Their special items include sugar-free tiramisu and seitan empanada.
This vegan restaurant offers the Carribean and Japanese cuisine at moderate pricing for all items. You will find that there is only one common dining table, and there is a resident cat which wanders everywhere. There are exclusive and fusion meals available. The Sushi and burger are excellent while the fries are topped with well powdered a salty seaweed. Additionally, there are also a few good desserts like warm chocolate cake sprinkled with warm chocolate cake and slowly melting ice cream.
This is a small vegan restaurant where you can find lunch and dinner. They serve all vegan Japanese items. You have to make a reservation here as the food is made for the people who reserve their places. They usually have a menu of a drink, noodle soup, and a starter. One of the features you find here is that everyone eats at a huge table. Besides, there is no rush to finish your meal and they are happy to allow you to sit around until the closing time.
This is a vegetarian restaurant with an abundance of vegan options and is located in the center of Amsterdam. The place is very cozy and they have a number of main meals which are vegan. Further, they also have a vegan plate of the day which offers a variety of salads, cooked dishes, and grains. They have a selection of cakes which are vegan. Make sure you try the apple crumble here. The overall ambiance is homely and rustic with friendly staff to help you.
Head to this place if you are looking to grab something quick and tasty. There are clearly marked vegan dishes mentioned in the menu. The specialty is the Lebanese hummus with a variety of toppings to go with. The hummus is very smooth and they serve the pita bread warm. Overall, this is a very nice place with a great ambiance and friendly staff although it might be slightly expensive.
If you are visiting Amsterdam city, you will find a number of places to try various vegan dishes and snacks. Make sure you hit some of the above spots on your Amsterdam private tours.