Babajan

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Katarina Bangata 75 (at Gotgatan), Stockholm, Sweden

Serves meat, vegan options available. Almost all of the dishes come with a vegan possibility, plus vegan desserts are available. Serves world food, plays world music and serves world drinks. Cozy atmosphere. Often live music at night. Open Mon-Fri 11:00am-2:30pm, Tue-Sat 5:00pm-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, International, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Non-veg

6 Reviews

First Review by Eric_

Adequate, but nothing more. - Edit

The food is a take on simple, well-known dishes from different cuisines. Four of the five main meals can be made vegan: Thali, Meze, Afro-Irio and Chili. A little bit on the expensive side considering the portion size, but would have easily been worth it had the quality and flavour of the food stood out. Sadly this was not the case, and the experience left me wanting more from a restaurant visit.

Pros: Vegan alternatives easily marked on the menu, Nice selection of beers.

Cons: Food not that special., Expensive for what it is.

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Nice place! - Edit

Nice vegan-friendly place. Their Afro-Irio is delicious! (It's only on the dinner menu - not during lunch).

Pros: Excellent food, Friendly staff, Nice vibe

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a gem - Edit

A bit off, but if you´re in the neighborhood, pop by here for a expensive beer and great tasting food. It's like a fusion of caribbean, middle eastern, asian, and other cuisines.

Pros: great food, nice vibe, friendly staff

Cons: location a bit off, short menu , Expensive

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Vegans should probably not bother - Edit

The menu at the restaurant was different from that on their website. There were only two choices for a vegan: falafel and dal. We chose dal, which was tasty, but nothing special. One almost always gets the same assortment in any Nepalese restaurant. Considering the price, the few vegan options and the modest size of portions, I would only recommend this place for a vegan if looking for a restaurant to eat together with meat-eaters.

Pros: Has vegan dessert, Cosy place

Cons: Expensive considering what you get, Few vegan options, Risk for leaving hungry

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Good vegan alternatives - Edit

For a animal serving restaurant, they have quite decent vegan alternatives. A bit expensive.

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Nja - Edit

Visiting to celebrate a friend's birthday and wasn't impressed. Since we were a big group, we were forced to order days ahead, and could only chose between two dishes (the vegetarian one being the thali). It was the same thing that you can get in any simple Swedish-Indian restaurant, just a bit more expensive. It's a nice place, but I wouldn't recommend any vegetarian going there for the food.

Pros: Friendly staff, One of the best beer selections in town

Cons: Price, the hipster guests

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