• Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 5 reviews )

Kleine Houtstraat 105 Zwart, Haarlem, Netherlands, 2011DK

Serves meat, vegan options available. Organic restaurant using fair-trade products. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menu includes 4-5 vegetarian mains; vegan food can be arranged upon request. Open Mon-Sun 12:00pm-10:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Beer/Wine, Take-out, European, Dutch, Non-veg

5 Reviews

First Review by Mungbe@n

Good vibe and good food - Edit

Not fully vegan but the staff is very willing to make the dishes vegan. I had the tanjerine witch was very tasty. For dessert i had a brownie. They served it with banana- ice. The staff is very friendly and the place gives you a feeling of coming home. "Aangenaam" wich means conveniant is a good chosen name for this place.

Pros: vegan options or can be made vegan, comfortable place, friendly staff

Cons: none

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Decent food - Edit

I've just written a big review and lost it because my internet wasn't working well...

Long story short: Aangenaam is very symphatetic, but needs improvement. There are not much vegan choices and the vegan dessert (brownie) was not good. It was heavy and a but dry. Like oldschool vegan desserts. This can be way better.

But, I will come back again. The beet-risotto, good wine and professional staff made me smile.

Pros: Friendly and profesional staff

Cons: Only 2 main dish choices, Needs improvement on the vegan dessert

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Good option for eating out with omnivores - Edit

Although there are just a few options for vegetarians or vegans, this was a good place to eat out in company of omnivores.

Staff was very friendly and helpful (10/10 for the friendly waiter) pointing out the vegan options, and those who could be made vegan. Admittingly, the options are less than a handful. But the vegan main veggies tajine was very tasty, same for the sweet potato soup as starter. The were also some vegan desert options that sounded quite good, but we unfortunately did have no room for to try ;)

It was a surprisingly good experience to eat vegan here. Would only come back when there's new vegan options though, or perhaps just for desert ;)

Pros: Vegan options (pointed out) on the menu, Eat out with omnivores, Waiter 10 out of 10

Cons: Could be more vegan options

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Helpful staff and nice atmosphere - Edit

As the previous review already stated; there were not a lot of vegan options. There was only one precourse and one main dish that was completely vegan, but when asked, they pointed out which other dishes they could make vegan.
The complementary bread was nice, they also brought a vegan dip when they knew 2 of the group of 5 were vegan.
The food was good and they also brought an extra bowl of salad, which was nice.
All in all, a nice experience, and a good place to go with non-vegan friends. A bit more vegan options would be nice though :)

Pros: helpful staff, extra's, good food

Cons: not a lot of options

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Great vibe, nice food - Edit

This restaurant has a great vibe and style and was full of people late on a Monday night when we were there. When I asked about vegan options, the waitress didnt look at me strangely, which was a nice change and she told me which of the menu items were vegan or coukd be made vegan. There were lots of vegetarian options and two or three options that were vegan. I chose a curry that came with Indian bread. We got complenetary bread to start which was really nice. The curry I ordered had great flavour, however i was disappointed it did not come with the Indian bread and when i asked about it I was told it was not vegan so they didn't include it. Disappointing it could not have been made up specially but overall a nice place to eat out. Friendly wait staff.

Pros: Good vegetarian options, Great atmosphere

Cons: Not many vegan options

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Beanna 05 Dec 2016 - Naan Breads are usually not vegan, sometimes Rotis are also not vegan as they contain ghee.
The only Indian bread that is consistently vegan are Chapatis. Just make sure you ask they be cooked in vegetable oil.  

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