Le Pain Quotidien - Spuistraat

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Spuistraat 266, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1021

Serves meat, vegan options available. International restaurant chain featuring artisan bakery and communal table seating. Menu includes several ovo-lacto vegetarian dishes as well as vegan ones (denote by carrot sign). Specialty is tartines, open sandwiches with toppings. Has Wi-Fi. Located on the edge of the trendy "9 streets" area of Amsterdam's old town. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Western, Bakery, Non-veg

9 Reviews

First Review by hermey

amazing - Edit

Lots of vegan options and food was delicious. Coffee is huge with soy and almond milk options. Service was great

Pros: lots of vegan options

Cons: none

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Best Vegan hummus toast I ever had - Edit

Really cute cafe in the middle of Amsterdam. The staff was very friendly and welcoming.
You have the option to get coffee with plant milk.
We got the vegan chili and it was okay but too pricey.
The toast with warm hummus was one of the best things I've had as a vegan so far very recommendable.

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very filling - Edit

I slept in and went here for brunch/lunch. I had the Chili sin Carne. It was delicious and came with bread. It got me going for all my sightseeing. I would go back.

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Quality place. - Edit

Really nice place, good atmosphere and great staff who are willing to work with you.
It's not fast food price but considering the service, the surroundings and the quality of the food you are getting more in return than you paid for.

P.S. BEST BAGUETTE I'VE TASTED IN MY LIFE!

Pros: You can taste the quality, Good service, Nice environment

Cons: Small bathrooms

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Nice but pricy - Edit

We went here for breakfast. The vegan options are marked with a little carrot and that's great. Myself and boyfriend both had avocado on toast, 2 coffees and we shared a little pastry twist that had hazelnuts in.
It was nice and the cafe it cute. Looks just like a little Parisian Patisserie. However it was very pricy at €22 for the bill. I would only go back if I was hungry and didn't have many other options I'm afraid.

Pros: Nice food , Nice decor

Cons: Expensive

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Yummy lunch - Edit

First of all, marking everything vegan clearly is a great plus!

Went there for lunch. Had an interesting aubergine sandwich thingy and a banana split dessert. Very nice and I think the food's organic, so healthy too :)

Probably best suited for breakfast/lunch.

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Many options for vegans - Edit

I arrived just as this restaurant was closing so unfortunately I could not try the food, but I did speak to a very friendly staff member who let me look at a menu (I've uploaded a copy), and explained that all items marked with a carrot are vegan and that breakfast is served all day. The restaurant does serve meat but about 70% of the dishes are vegetarian with approximately 40% vegan. This is a chain with at least another two venues within Amsterdam. I'll definitely be returning in the future.

Pros: location, vegan options marked

Cons: not fully veg

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Nice place for a vegan breakfast or lunch - Edit

I tried it for breakfast and was very surprised to find some nice vegan options on their menu, everything was very tasty, maybe just slightly expensive.

Pros: tasty

Cons: a bit expensive

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Yum - Edit

I love Le Pain. I've been to them in London, Belgium and now Amsterdam. They never disappoint. They have clearly marked vegan options of a high standard. I had brunch today and opted simply for fruit salad and a basket of all different breads. The jams are amazing. One of the options was a superfood breakfast of granola, fruit, agave, seeds and soy yogurt.

For lunches and dinners: the soup
Option is always vegan. Today it was pumpkin. They have a few tartines which are like open sandwiches with white beans, avocado, hummus & tomato. They have a few types of hummus. Also a lovely quinoa salad with lentils, tapenade, veggies and hummus with bread.

Also, they have speculoos biscuits and vegan blueberry muffin. Soy latte was really good.

Pros: Reliable and pleasant to sit in , Good quality food, Reasonably priced

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