While new customers’ needs are being created, new restaurants and cafes which come up with their culinary expectations are being founded. The capital has more and more noteworthy places for vegans and vegetarians which offer a wide range of dishes for them. Vegan and vegetarian cuisine is not boring at all! Its fans enjoy a wide range of unique healthy snacks. Those who have not had a chance to try it should really find out about its advantages at least for the joy of the palate.
A place with a catchy name, mainly Krowarzywa, is located in the very centre of the city (42 Hoża street) and offers the best vegan burgers in the capital. The owners ensure that their food has nothing to do with frozen foods, monosodium glutamate and GMO, what is more, their kitchen has never seen a microwave. Ecology, fair trade and animal rights are the most important things. What to expect in Krowarzywa? Vegan pies, bread based on vegetable oil, interesting cocktails and beverages draw attention.
Veg Deli restaurant (14 Radna street) is located in green Powiśle. It is run by a mother and a daughter – a perfect duo. It is surely a stylish and modern place. There is no lack of vegan and vegetarian food based on seasonal products. Veg Deli is located in an old tenement house with large windows. In summer, the owners open an atmospheric garden. Everything tastes better outdoors. Here, you can organise a party, a business meeting and bring your whole family for a Sunday dinner.
Tarabuk (6 Browarna) combines a cafe with a bookstore. Its customers praise the local choice of books. The menu includes breakfasts, delicious cakes, tea, coffee, cocktails and a menu for kids, who will also enjoy coming to Tarabuk. There is also an offer for pregnant as well as breast-feeding women. Many meetings are held in this cafe. Children will be impressed by tarabajnie, that is a story-telling meeting in Tarabuk.
Fans of flavours from Israel should plan their lunch in Tel-Aviv Cafe in 11 Poznańska street. Its atmosphere is loose and favours social meetings. Pets are also welcomed here, they can hope for some water too. Tel-Aviv Cafe can boast about a 100% vegan and gluten-free menu (it has a certificate of the Polish Coeliac Society). A genuine hummus, kofta and Buddha burgers are really worth trying. It is a paradise for enthusiasts of fresh vegetables and herbs. The interior of the cafe is also impressive, it wonderfully conveys the atmosphere of the Near East.
Marrakesh Café (123a aleje Jerozolimskie) is Tel-Aviv’s sister and represents the same, high, quality. Moroccan breakfasts, day-long fiesta on Sunday, vegan and gluten-free cakes – that is just a short preview of vegan and vegetarian delicacies which dominate in the restaurant. Here, time really slows down.
The list of vegan and vegetarian places in Warsaw is constantly growing that is why it is worth keeping up with the gastronomic map of the capital.