Around the corner of the Albert Cuyp market in neighbourhood De Pijp, you find Pizzeria Dope. It’s a small place, run by two Italian pizza chefs. And they offer a separate vegan pizza menu! Vegans in Amsterdam are crazy about it. But do they really have the best vegan pizza in Amsterdam?
Asian restaurant chain with a vegan and vegetarian menu
Yes! Wagamama introduced a new separate vegan+vegetarian menu last week! The Asian cuisine restaurant chain has four locations in Amsterdam. Besides that they’re located in Utrecht, Rotterdam, Roermond and 16 other countries around the globe. Wagamama was born in London in 1992 and inspired by the fast pace of Japanese Ramen bars. The interior suits the concept; modern, simple and clean with big communal tables to have a quick but delicious Asian bite. Although with this new vegan menu you might just want to hang around a bit longer…
80% plant based 20% animal products
In the ever vibrant neighborhood de Pijp, on just 5 minutes walking distance from the Albert Cuyp market, you find The Meets eatery. The concept of The Meets is that they serve 80% plant-based and 20% animal products, meaning most of the menu is vegan!
(*Update: There’s a newly opened location in the East of Amsterdam, find the address and the location on the map at the end of this article)
Plant based fast food
Most vegans have the urge to eat some junk food every now and then, just like normal people 😀 Luckily we have two, almost three, Vegan Junkfood Bars in Amsterdam serving a 100% plant based snack menu.
100% plant based restaurant
The 100% plant based Meatless District in Amsterdam West and South is ironically inspired on the Meatpacking District. This area in New York thanks its name to the many slaughterhouses that used to be located there, though nowadays it’s a hip and happening hood for trendy bars and clubs. The Meatless District succeeded to implement this ambience in their joint; an industrial, modern and spacious interior with an open kitchen and bar in the middle, completely fading out the old dusty image of veganism.
You maybe wouldn’t expect it from its name but whether you are looking for a place to have a breakfast that will get you through half a day, a cup of coffee while working, a steady brunch, boozing with your friends or to have dinner, it’s all possible at Coffee and Coconuts.