All Reviews by Happymouse
291/2 Vo Van Tan St, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
We ordered a green papaya salad, their special spring rools and their special Mani noodles. The portions were quite small for the prices (there are cheaper vegan places to eat in HCMC) still the quality of the food was really good. Unfortunately I couldn't enjoy my dinner as much as it was pretty spicy, although I've clearly ordered it 'not spicy'.
The atmosphere wasn't too cosy. In this rather small place were two employees by entrance, two waiters just standing around and another waiter who checked our table every five minutes. It felt like he was fishing for compliments.
We tried their packaged homemade mooncakes for dessert and loved them.
516 Hai Bà Trưng, Hoi An, Vietnam
Wonderful little restaurant
We've never had such good food for so little money. We ate there three times when we were in Hoi An. The portions were very generous (the lady even came to put us some more on the plate during our meal) and all the dishes we had extremely flavourful. There isn't a whole lot to choose from, it seems that only the very best dishes have made it on the menu. Especially we can recommend the hotpot and the rice platter.
108 Street 136, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Almost everything on the menu is vegan. The food is quite tasty, although the prices aren't. For 5 very small (Angkor) spring rolls you pay $2.40, I guess the high prices are due to the fancy and clean location with wi-fi and air con. The portions are pretty small in general.
The service is very good, some English is spoken and they serve green tea as much as you like.
Múzeum Körut 19, Budapest, Hungary
Big bio market
A bio shop with a big assortment. We found a lot of stuff we've never seen in Switzerland like oat syrup or hemp flour.
Unfortunately they also sell meat which is kind of inconvenient if everything is written in Hungarian.
They also have raw crackers, desserts and vegan foods like fried cheese but we recommend going to Le Bar right next door as it wasn't very special.
See as well: http://rawsday.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/vegan-in-budapest/
Prinsengracht 60-62, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Not the cheapest choice in the city. I shared the daily menu with my boyfriend and it was delicious. Many different foods on the plate and a good variety of vegan desserts.
Eschholzstrasse 17, Freiburg, Germany
A little disappointing but delicious
Since it is lsited here on HC I was expecting more. There were no choices on the menu so I asked the waitress.
"Vegan? Uhm. No. French Fries mabye?"
Luckily it was possible to omit the cheese on eggplant with potato and tomato sauce. (€9.80)
It was really good but greasy. Veery greasy.
Another big con is the big-portioned bolonaise they serve for € 1.80. I love the idea of the cheap student cafe and the place is really neat overall. But I can only imagine where this meat must be from...
71/20 Phan Chu Trinh, Hoi An, Vietnam
We went here three times in a row. I ate the most delicious eggplants I've ever had and the mock meat is also genious (caramellized soy meat(?) with coconut strips inside).
They have a buffet with 10 or 12 different foods which were both days the same. For a big plate we paid 40'000 and were satisfied for the next 8 hours.
We can only recommend this place.
Múzeum Körut 19, Budapest, Hungary
We bought a lasagne and a berry dessert and both was cheap and very delicious. Finding a place around lunch time will be a challenge but perfect to-go!
If you want to eat it on the way, ask for a heated portion as we got a cold lasagne when we said to take away. Still very delicious though :-)
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Schauenburger Street 49, Hamburg-Altstadt, Hamburg, Germany
This cafe is closed! They could changed it here as it already happened in November. We were walking and walking with an empty stomach to find a paper at the door. It mentioned the other Season cafe at the Rathausmarkt which is open until 7 pm. So, we went there. It was 6 pm and all they told us in an unfriendly manner: Feierabend.
Garibaldi str 5., Budapest, Hungary
We (2 adults) paid 20$ for two smoothies, two full plates and dessert cakes. We enjoyed all the raw salads, crackers and desserts as it was very delicious and filling. The smoothies were outstanding as well, we decided for a poppy seed and an apple-spinach one. We were very satisfied with the price as this is an 100% raw vegan restaurant.
The man was very friendly and patiently explained everything to us as far as his english/german let him :-)
Definitely worth going there! See as well my blog about my vegan experience in Budapest: http://rawsday.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/vegan-in-budapest/
109, St 130, Sangkat Phsar Chas, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Huge menu card with many vegan options (or else they make your choice vegan, staff speaks pretty good English.) The Khmer style noodles were really delicious, the noodle soup with seitan was tasty but nothing extraordinary. The portion wasn't too big either but ok for the cheap price.
V. ker. Alkotmány utca 20, Budapest, Hungary
We chose salad, fries and hummus in a pita bread but it didn't taste very special. The service personal wasn't too friendly either, there are better Hummus bars in Budapest.
See here as well here for other restaurant tips in Budapest: http://rawsday.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/vegan-in-budapest/
35, Nguyen Trai, Phu Quoc, Vietnam
Big and delicious buffet. The cakes are really good, they also offer boxes with different kinds of vegan cookies (35000VND) but they are rather dry and sweet. To every meal they serve free green tea plus a soup, we can truly recommend this place.
Closed on two days a month but we couldn't find out which ones. A waiter told us on the 2nd and 15th (on the Vietnamese calendar) and we found it closed on a 31th.
33 Rue du Jeu des Enfants, Strasbourg, France
We ordered two quinoa boxes (India & Curry). The portions were quite big for 6€, considering the high price of quinoa.
The Curry box didn't taste like curry and wasn't spicy either but the Indian box was good with soy sauce. All in all tasty but nothing special, ok for a take-away.
2 D rue Ravenstein, Brussels, Belgium
I wouldn't call it THE place to go for vegans. They have some dried fruits covered in dark chocolate. 100g cost 7 euros... It was good but I wouldn't buy it again. Maybe we are just spoiled as we've grown up with Swiss chocolate ;-)
53 Bd Lemonnier, Brussels, Belgium
This place was just what we were looking for!
Tasty falafel and a big portion of salad for € 4.50. Loved the tahini sauce. I wish we had one here in Switzerland too, I'd be a regular guest!
Very friendly owner.
Ferenciek tere 2, Budapest, Hungary
THE restaurant to go to.
Don't miss the pizzas!
For other vegan tips in Budapest:
Jókai u. 7, Budapest VI, Budapest, Hungary
Nice Bio shop
The service staff was very friendly and translated to us the ingredient lists. They have a lot of yummy vegan food (with a few percents off on Saturdays)and also a good assortment with vegan basics like grains or plant milks, cacao butter, chia seeds etc.
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