Respond to Review of De Levensboom
by Niels Van Och
Review: An awesome restaurant, and one that has saved me many times when eating out in Hasselt. The menu is half macrobiotic, half vegetarian, and all of it is organic. Note that in the following I will only be talking about the vegetarian part, as I've never tried anything else. The food is just great. The dishes a la carte are all excellent and the daily menus are always interesting and tasty. The menu mainly consists of pasta dishes and salads, with some extras like falafel. The daily dishes vary a bit more. There is also a wide selection of drinks, ranging from fruit juices to bio-beers. The pre-dinner drinks are especially great. The dessert selection is also quite good, and varies from day to day. The prices are average: not especially cheap, but not expensive for the quality you are getting. The staff is lovely: my girlfriend and I have followed a few cooking classes there, and they are just great people! When you are in Hasselt, definately check this out! If you're a vegetarian, it's the only place to go, and it's good enough to convert non-veggies. I agree with the above poster: this deserves five cows!