Germany is one of my favourite places for veggie food. That may come as a surprise seeing as it’s generally known for bratwurst and schnitzel; however, I’ve always found it to be one of the easiest countries in which to find delicious and often innovative vegetarian and vegan food.
You may think that Eastern Europe would be a difficult region in which to find vegan food. Especially a fairly small city like Riga. And sure, if you went to a traditional Latvian restaurant, you’d probably be right.
The Retreat Kitchen has been on my “must visit” list since it opened its doors in February 2017. Just after its first birthday, I finally made it there. It was worth the wait.
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Like most Nordic countries, Iceland isn’t a place that you immediately associate with vegetarian food. In a country known for dishing up lamb hot dogs, boiled sheep’s heads, smoked puffin, fermented shark and a lot of seafood, my vego friend and I wondered if we would struggle to find veggie-friendly options. Continue reading “Kaffi Vinyl: The Best Vegan Food in Reykjavik”
Last Sunday afternoon my two flatmates and I had a housemate date. As it was rainy and miserable outside, we decided to treat ourselves to a nice afternoon tea. Not your typical English high tea with tiny cucumber sandwiches and tea cakes but to something much more appealing to me… raw cheesecake and smoothies! Continue reading “Tanya’s Cafe – Better Raw? I’m a Convert!”
Home to the bratwurst, currywurst and schnitzel, Germany may not necessarily be a country you associate with vegetarianism. But Berlin is out to turn this idea around, and vegan and vegetarian restaurants, cafés, bakeries and even supermarkets are popping up all over the place. Continue reading “The Best Vegan and Vegetarian Food in Berlin”
After spending a couple of hours at V Delicious Show in Kensington Olympia, Matt and I decided we would finally try restaurant 222 Veggie Vegan in nearby Fulham, which has been on our list for ages. Continue reading “222 Veggie Vegan Restaurant”
It was bad enough when I told people I went to a vegetarian restaurant at the weekend but when you say the words “vegan restaurant” to someone, they generally give you one of those disdainful “glad it’s you, not me” looks or make some throwaway comment about how going out for “rabbit food” is not a proper night out. I beg to differ. Continue reading “Saf, London – Vegan Restaurant”