Amazing vegetarian restaurants in Holland
At LOFF you can serve yourself from the sophisticated buffet, with surprising vegetarian – hot and cold – dishes. Your plate is then weighed and the amount added to your badge. All you can eat in other words: a curry with watermelon, delicious marinated tempeh or mushrooms. They have plenty of vegan options too. A nice, well-lit place, with a huge garden terrace at the rear, a nice lounge corner and a reading table.
Vegetarians are always interested in trying something different, like Armenian cuisine for example. Dishes with nuts, fruit, eggplant, yoghurt, served with bread. Meat lovers will also find something to their liking here, because this restaurant is not exclusively vegetarian, although they do have a lot of veggie dishes on the menu. Do try some Armenian tea or cognac after your meal.
3) De Kop van 't land
If you really need a break, then go to De Kop van ’t Land, an inn on the outskirts of Biesbosch, which is just a short bike ride from Dordrecht, where you will be well and truly pampered. Surprising flavour combinations, beautifully dressed Michelin-quality dishes, and extremely friendly waiters. Once you’ve eaten your fill, you can take a nice brisk walk along the dike or spend the night in the inn.
4) Bij Albrecht
Who says vegan food is boring? Manfred and Bernadette call their restaurant a plant-based food experience and serve all kinds of nourishing dishes, on beautifully-dressed plates, in a white interior with an open kitchen. Tasty food with the added bonus of a smaller carbon footprint.
Hagedis serves vegetarian and organic food in a stately old school building. The restaurant is part of the residential and working community de Grote Pyr and is run by the residents. Order the menu of the day for a surprise or taste their delicious cheese fondue.
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