Looking for the best restaurants in vegan Amsterdam? Don’t look further! There are many vegan restaurants in Amsterdam, and we tell you where to go for the best vegan food.
Whether you are vegan or just want to eat vegan food doesn’t matter. We also share the best vegan-friendly restaurants in Amsterdam.
Being a vegan in Amsterdam is easy, as there are many options and the food is of great quality. Amsterdam has been named the most vegan-friendly city in Europe in the past, and the vegan options grow every month.
As typical Dutch food is more about homecooked meals, you won’t often see it in a restaurant. Traditional Dutch food consists of three things: potato, vegetables, and meat. And in winter, we mash the potato and vegetables together for our ‘stamppot dishes’, with meat on the side. It doesn’t sound very exciting, right?!
Knowing that Dutch food is quite ‘boring’, it isn’t weird that there are many great restaurants in Amsterdam with cuisines from all over the world.
Something we are famous for is our snacks. We have amazing snacks in the Netherlands, like stroopwafels, apple pie, pancakes, poffertjes, chocolate sprinkles, drop, kroket, and much more. Luckily, as a vegan in Amsterdam you can have these snacks at some spots in the city, in a vegan version.
Keep reading for the best vegan Amsterdam spots!
Vegan restaurants Amsterdam for Dinner
It’s difficult to pick a restaurant to go to in Amsterdam, as the Amsterdam vegan restaurant scene is big!
As Amsterdam locals, we did a lot of research and tried many restaurants. Plus, we got help from our vegan friends.
Enjoy vegan Amsterdam, these are our best recommendations. We will start with some vegan restaurants in Amsterdam for dinner!
- Men Impossible & Ramen Impossible
Hazenstraat 19H ∙ Van der Helstplein 2
Men Impossible is a vegan ramen restaurant with super delicious ramen and other Japanese dishes. The restaurant is unique, as it’s a tiny place with only one table.
It’s a big community table that can seat around 20 people. And the chef does everything by himself; it’s just him in the restaurant.
You can’t just walk in and eat at Men Impossible, you have to make a reservation in advance. Dinner is served on Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. But make sure to check the opening times on their website, as it changes sometimes.
On Men Impossible’s website, you can also make a reservation. Do it in advance, as it’s often fully booked.
In 2022, Men Impossible opened its second location in the neighborhood de Pijp, called Ramen Impossible. Ramen Impossible is more casual, doesn’t require reservations, and has an à la carte menu.
Men Impossible and Ramen Impossible are definitely among the best vegan Amsterdam restaurants and are a must if you love Japanese food.
- Vegan Junk Food Bar
Staringplein 22 ∙ Marie Heinekenplein 9-10 ∙ Reguliersdwarsstraat 57 ∙ Eerste Van Swindenstraat 389
Vegan junk food Amsterdam! The Vegan Junk Food Bar Amsterdam is the place to go to for—you can probably guess it—vegan junk food.
There are multiple locations in the city, and they don’t only have delicious food, it’s also very picturesque. Perfect for those Instagram shots.
Things to eat at the Vegan Junk Food Bar are vegan burgers, fries + vegan mayonnaise, and vegan Dutch bitterballen—among many other things.
Their mission is to create a positive impact on animal, environmental and human welfare. And who doesn’t love to eat (vegan) junk food once in a while?
You can now also find Vegan Junk Food Bars in other cities in Europe, like Barcelona!
- Mr. & Mrs. Watson
Linnaeuskade 3h, 1098 BC Amsterdam
Cheese, cheese, cheese! We Dutchies are famous for our great cheeses, though the restaurant Mr. & Mrs. Watson Amsterdam is famous for their award-winning vegan cheese.
Therefore, this restaurant can’t be missed on this list of vegan Amsterdam restaurants. If you are a cheese lover and/or are looking for a romantic dinner, this is the restaurant to go to.
Mr. & Mrs. Watson make comfort food with a culinary twist, always made with a lot of love. The cheeses are made from nuts. Eat cheesecake, cheese fondue, a cheese plateau, and so much more.
The restaurant itself is very pretty and perfect for a night out! It’s recommended to make a reservation before you go.
Sadly, the owners announced at the beginning of 2023 that they are stopping with Mr. & Mrs. Watson, so they can fully focus on the retail market. We really hope the concept of Mr. & Mrs. Watson will be taken over by someone else.
As of March 2023, the restaurant is still open, but keep an eye out on their Instagram for any news.
- Vegan Sushi Bar
Kinkerstraat 83H ∙ Wittenburgergracht 143
Vegan sushi Amsterdam! Yes, vegan sushi is possible and super delicious. The Vegan Sushi Bar Amsterdam was the first vegan sushi restaurant in the Netherlands; how cool!
They offer a wide range of super delicious plant-based sushi. It’s a must-visit vegan restaurant in Amsterdam if you want to eat vegan sushi! And we absolutely love their motto, ‘The only thing we take out of the ocean is plastic.’
They also want to make everyone more conscious about their food choices and live a more sustainable—and healthier—life.
During the week, The Vegan Sushi Bar is only open during the evening, and on the weekend, it’s possible to get a vegan lunch here too.
As of March 2022, they have two Vegan Sushi Bar restaurants in Amsterdam. One is on the Kinkerstraat, and the other is about a 20-minute walk from Amsterdam Central station on the Wittenburgergracht.
- Deer Mama Amsterdam
Ceintuurbaan 71, 1072 EW Amsterdam
Deer Mama is a vegan mylk and burger bar in Amsterdam. It’s a fast-food diner-style vegan restaurant with different kinds of dishes from all over the world.
You can try Dutch croquettes, tacos el pastor, ramen, burgers, waffles, and milkshakes here. All are 100% vegan.
During the day, you can eat lunch and breakfast at Deer Mama Amsterdam with sweet foods like cakes but also with sandwiches and salads.
At night it turns into a bar with local beer and burgers.
- Meatless District Amsterdam
Bilderdijkstraat 65-67, 1053 KM Amsterdam
Meatless District used to have two vegan restaurants in Amsterdam. Sadly, the one in the neighborhood de Pijp is permanently closed, but luckily you can still go to the one in Oud-West!
It’s a modern restaurant that serves lunch and dinner. On the weekends, they also serve breakfast.
Their menu changes with the season as they try to get the most freshly made products. Besides delicious foods, you can also enjoy great drinks at Meatless District Amsterdam.
- TerraZen Centre
Sint Jacobsstraat 19HS, 1012 NC Amsterdam
This vegan Amsterdam restaurant is a unique one. It’s a colorful restaurant with creative foods, and the whole restaurant looks creative. TerraZen Amsterdam Centre is a Caribbean-Japanese restaurant; that sounds fantastic, right?!
A couple owns the restaurant, the woman is Japanese, and the man is Caribbean. Prepare yourselves for unique flavors and ingredients.
TerraZen is located close to Central Station, so its location is very convenient.
- Bonboon Amsterdam
Piraeusplein 59, 1019 NM Amsterdam
Fine dining on KNSM island. It’s a bit further from the city center, but definitely worth the trip! This vegan restaurant in Amsterdam is wonderful.
Bonboon offers delicious, well-styled food in a cozy restaurant with friendly staff.
If you are a cheese lover, definitely go for their cheese platter. A three-course menu at Bonboon costs 35 euros and is worth your money. It’s also possible to go for a four or five-course dinner!
Camperstraat 26H, 1091 AG Amsterdam
Heart (stylized as H/eart.h) is a vegan restaurant in Amsterdam that looks absolutely amazing. You totally get the Bali and Tulum vibes when you go to Hearth.
It’s an Italian-Asian vegan restaurant with an amazing interior design and ambiance, and the food is also amazing. It almost looks too stunning to eat.
Stay for a drink at their sustainable cocktail bar or at the fireplace after dinner. A DJ is playing the perfect dinner music, fitting the vibes of the restaurant.
H/eart.h stands for heart, earth, art, and hearth! Perfect for your vegan dinner in Amsterdam.
- The Meets
Sumatrastraat 28, 1094 ND Amsterdam
For more fine dining, you go to The Meets!
We were very happy to hear The Meets decided to remove the remaining animal products on their menu to serve fully vegan food only.
Vegan food with fresh ingredients that are as much as possible organic. And their menu includes many gluten-free options. One rule: it has to be 100% lekker (tasty).
Their restaurant is only open during the evening, and The Meets’ decoration is awesome, hipster, and colorful. Good to know: The Meets is closed on Sunday and Monday.
- De Ceuvel
Korte Papaverweg 4, 1032 KB Amsterdam
De Ceuvel is a café, restaurant, and community center in a sustainable development project. The vibes here are amazing, very relaxed, and the views are amazing too.
On the terrace of de Ceuvel, you overlook the water, perfect for a long summer evening. Especially when there’s live music! We simply love it here.
The whole menu of De Ceuvel is plant-based and delicious! Besides having some food here, go and explore the area of the restaurant.
De Ceuvel is a place mainly locals go to, as it’s often the tourist path in Amsterdam Noord. Though, more and more people know to find it.
- Robin Food
Frederik Hendrikstraat 111A, 1052 HN Amsterdam
Robin Food Kollektief is a unique vegan Amsterdam restaurant. It’s operated by volunteers and is not only a great place for food, but it’s also a great place to meet people.
Every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, you can eat a 3-course vegan meal here, and Sundays are for games and snacks. There’s no menu, they cook something new every day, and you just eat what they serve. It’s cheap, delicious, vegan, and always cozy.
See more information on their website.
- Morris & Bella
Nova Zemblastraat 586, 1013 RP Amsterdam
Morris & Bella is a great restaurant if you like slow fine dining; you don’t go here for a quick meal. They used to create plant-based meals with the option to add a meat or fish supplement, though from 2021, they are solely serving 100% vegan plates.
Vegetables are the main ingredients of every dish; therefore, their slogan is ‘It starts with vegetables.’ Vegetables that come from the Netherlands.
This vegan Amsterdam restaurant is amazing, as the presentation of the vegetables is so beautiful. It’s not just tasty! 4-course to 6-course dinners are available at Morris & Bella.
- Mooschka Amsterdam – Vegan Soul Food
Van Woustraat 110H, 1073 LS Amsterdam
Ever tried Ethiopian food?! You should, it’s amazing. It’s one of my favorite cuisines in the world. At Mooschka, they serve various dishes from the African and Caribbean kitchens.
And they also serve Ethiopian food. Make sure to try their injera (savory Ethiopian pancake), which is so yummy. And everything is 100% vegan, mostly organic and local, and made with lots of love.
On the menu, you can also find burgers, milkshakes, and something very Dutch: kapsalon and bitterballen.
- Mastino Vegan Pizza
Eerste van der Helststraat 78h, 1072 NZ Amsterdam
Vegan pizza in Amsterdam! This pizza restaurant is also called Mastino 2.0, as their first restaurant—Mastino V—closed for good. But no worries, as you can now eat incredibly delicious vegan pizza at Mastino 2.0.
Mastino vegan pizza is the first all-vegan pizza restaurant in the Netherlands. They make their pizzas with lots of love and passion, and that’s something you taste. It’s not only the best vegan pizza in Amsterdam; it might be the best pizza in the city!
The restaurant itself is small and cozy, with an open kitchen. And the staff is super friendly and answers all questions with love!
- Plant Based Sushi Amsterdam
Kostverlorenstraat 11, 1052 GS Amsterdam
More vegan sushi in Amsterdam! Besides the Vegan Sushi Bar, you can also eat vegan sushi at Plant Based Sushi Amsterdam.
The restaurant was a pop-up restaurant in the past, but we are happy to hear they found a permanent location now in Amsterdam West.
Their menu constantly changes to ensure all food is fresh and in season. And don’t forget to order a Japanese drink too, some sake for example!
- Radion Amsterdam
Louwesweg 1, 1066 EA Amsterdam
A bit further away from the city center, though, RADION is worth the trip. Not just for the food, as it’s a cultural event space with many events. Techno parties in their club are happening during the weekend, for example.
Combine a fun evening with vegan food at their café and restaurant first. Not long ago, they changed their menu to a fully vegan menu, still serving comfort food!
Think about burgers, pizza, sandwiches, and small bites like nachos.
It’s not a place for fine dining, but a vegan restaurant and complex you go to for a fun night out with friends!
Westerstraat 186, 1015 MR Amsterdam
Madre is one of the newer vegan restaurants in Amsterdam! And it’s a Mexican restaurant. Here, modern Mexican cuisine meets Amsterdam flair.
I absolutely love Mexican food, so Madre is a gift from heaven! They have a greed for good and want to be part of a positive change. Taking care of the world, their neighborhood, and the people around them. Like a true Madre would.
On their menu, you can find dishes like guacamole, nachos, fajitas, tamales, and cauliflower tacos. It totally brings me back to my many Mexican adventures!
You won’t see the word vegan on their menu, but the restaurant is 100% vegan.
- Loving Hut – Vegan House
Admiraal de Ruijterweg 334, 1055 MZ Amsterdam
Loving Hut is a restaurant that serves delicious vegan Asian food, but they also have some Western dishes.
The restaurant itself isn’t fancy, but the food is great, the staff is very friendly, and the prices are very reasonable. Make sure to try one of their desserts too!
Vegan breakfast Amsterdam
Some say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, while others skip it. I love breakfast, especially if you have time to sit down and fully enjoy the food.
There are a few places in Amsterdam that offer great vegan breakfasts.
- Koffie ende Koeck
Haarlemmerweg 175, 1051 LA Amsterdam
Koffie ende Koeck is a cozy café close to the Westerpark. Go here for coffee, tea, sweets, and sandwiches. Perfect for your vegan Amsterdam breakfast or a coffee break (Dutchies love coffee breaks with sweets).
The vegan pancakes at Koffie ende Koeck are super delicious, and the cakes are the best!
If you would like to have a high tea here, make a reservation in advance. The meaning of Koffie ende Koeck is coffee and cookie/cake.
Many locals love to go here.
- Wild & The Moon
Van Woustraat 138 ∙ Arnold Schönberglaan 9
Already very popular in Paris and Dubai, and now located in the Netherlands too! Wild & The Moon is a 100% vegan, gluten-free, and plastic-free new hotspot in the city.
At the end of 2022, they already opened their second location in Amsterdam, at the Zuidas.
Both locations are a great addition to the city because who doesn’t love all-day (vegan) breakfast places?
At Wild & The Moon, you can find delicious coffee on the menu besides granola bowls, soups, juices, salad bowls (a pad thai salad bowl, for example, so yummy), frozen bowls, smoothies, and more!
- Mr. Stacks Amsterdam
Govert Flinckstraat 122, 1072 EM Amsterdam
Bubble tea and vegan pancakes! How does that combination sound? At Mr. Stacks, it’s possible. Here you go for arguably the best vegan pancakes in Amsterdam!
The pancakes at Mr. Stacks are super delicious, and they serve sweet and savory pancakes. The perfect vegan breakfast!
Mr. Stacks isn’t a big restaurant, so depending on what time you go, there’s quite often a line to go inside, though it’s definitely worth the wait. The restaurant itself is cozy and funky decorated!
- Oliver Green
Kinkerstraat 74A ∙ 1e Oosterparkstraat 7H
Looking for a healthy breakfast? Oliver Green is the place to go to! At Oliver Green, they don’t use any processed foods; everything is 100% plant-based and made in the restaurant from scratch.
Avocado toast, after-workout smoothies, yogurt bowls, or a delicious juice, Oliver Green has it all! Their specialty is macro bowls. A bowl filled with vegetables, whole grains, vegetable proteins, and healthy fats. Take their Indian curry bowl or Mexican bowl and be amazed.
There are two Oliver Green vegan restaurants in Amsterdam. One on the Kinkerstraat and the other on the Eerste Oosterparkstraat.
1e Oosterparkstraat 91 1091 GW Amsterdam
Bataat, formerly Beter & Leuk, is a lovely café to go to for your vegan breakfast Amsterdam or vegan brunch.
You can eat vegan breakfast and vegan brunch here all day long. Bataat serves healthy and homemade food, which is delicious. Plus, they also have gluten-free options.
If you want to try something Dutch, ask if they have their vegan roze koek (pink cookie). I love those!
Amstelveenseweg 164, 1075 XN Amsterdam
The vegan Amsterdam restaurant Roots is a great place to go to for a late breakfast! It’s a cute place close to the Vondelpark, so it’s perfect to get some things take-away and picnic in the park (if the weather allows it). But Roots also has a few spots to sit down.
Smoothies, soups, wraps, burgers, you can eat it all at Roots.
- Willem-Pie – Vegan Bakery Amsterdam
Johan Huizingalaan 76, 1065 JD Amsterdam
Willem-Pie is a vegan bakery in Amsterdam! And they have a lot of things, especially typically Dutch snacks, that aren’t vegan normally. They try to ‘veganize’ all kinds of pastries!
Think about roze koeken, Dutch donuts oliebollen (around New Year’s), speculaas, pepernoten, and bokkenpootjes. All Dutch things to try, but this time 100% vegan. Their pastries are also 100% palm oil-free.
Other things you can find at the vegan bakery are cakes, cookies, banana bread, cinnamon rolls, and muffins!
Sadly, they are located a bit further away from the city center. But it’s worth the trip! Otherwise, take a look at their webshop and order things online.
- Juice by Nature
Warmoesstraat 108, 1012 JJ Amsterdam
Juice by Nature is a vegan-friendly restaurant and is the perfect place to go for an early morning juice. They also have great coffee, fresh salads, vegan cheese boards, and vegan high tea.
Also important, they use glass bottles and biodegradable packaging.
Vegan lunch Amsterdam
Time for lunch! No matter if you want a quick vegan kebab, falafel, or want to sit down for a salad, vegan burger, or sandwich, it’s all possible.
De Clercqstraat 48, 1052 NH Amsterdam
At Vegabond you can sit down and eat or take something with you. They also have a little shop with great vegan products, perfect if you need to travel! Vegabond has famous vegan raw cakes, sandwiches, fresh juices, plant-based cheese, and more.
Something we highly recommend you to try when you go to Vegabond is their Dutch apple pie, and often they sell Dutch stroopwafels. And don’t forget about their homemade snickers bars.
Too many things to choose from!
Damrak 40 ∙ Muntplein 1 ∙ Leidsestraat 85 ∙ Albertcuypstraat 67
At Maoz, you can eat delicious falafel! So if you love falafel, you need to eat here. Originally, this fast-food chain started in Amsterdam, but now they have multiple locations worldwide. In Amsterdam, you can find four of them.
Since 2018 all Maoz locations in Amsterdam are 100% vegan. The best part about Maoz: they have a salad bar with self-service, so you can put as much salad and sauces on your falafel bread as you want (and refill). Make sure to check which sauces you use; some are very spicy.
Maoz is the perfect place to go to if you want to eat something fast, and/or take away. It’s delicious and extra convenient if you are on a budget.
Eerste Constantijn Huygensstraat 45H, 1054 HK Amsterdam
Vegan Asian street food in Amsterdam! We absolutely love Asian street food and are super happy with a restaurant like Veganees, serving vegan street food.
From Korean fried cauliflower, edamame, spring rolls, banh mi, to kimchi toast, miso ramen, and tom kha soup, they have it all!
The dishes aren’t huge, so it’s perfect to order multiple and share it with your table companions. This way you can also try multiple dishes, which we always love!
- Soil Vegan Café
Bilderdijkstraat 141, 1053 KN Amsterdam
A cute little café with vegan food! There’s something vegan for everybody, from burgers, ribs, to salads and noodles. Though the menu changes every season, so there are new things to try regularly!
At Soil, they focus on intense and earthy flavors. It’s all 100% vegan, seasonal, homemade, honest, and they try to get their ingredients locally.
The atmosphere at the vegan café is very casual, and the staff is super friendly. There’s also an outside seating area if the Dutch weather allows it!
- Helin’s Vegan Döner
Linnaeusstraat 221, 1093 EP Amsterdam
Close to the vegan cheese Amsterdam hotspot, Mr. & Mrs. Watson, you can find Heli’s Vegan Döner.
Perfect if you are looking for a quick vegan bite and something low-key! Here you can buy vegan döner. And they also have delicious vegan desserts (vegan baklava, for example!).
While the whole menu isn’t vegan, they have many vegan options! And we definitely wanted to include it on this list with the best vegan restaurants in Amsterdam, as you can find non-vegan döner shops all around the city. One with vegan döner is pretty unique!
We recommend trying the vegan kapsalon here! Which is a very Dutch thing. It’s a little box with fries at the bottom topped with veggies, cheese, meat, and lots of sauce. And at Heli’s Vegan Döner you can get it fully vegan!
- Spirit Amsterdam
Czaar Peterstraat 2a, 1018 PR Amsterdam
Not everything at Spirit is vegan, but they have many vegan options (around 70%), and everything is vegetarian.
This is a buffet-style restaurant, perfect if you can’t choose what you want and want to try many things. You pay per weight.
The food at Spirit is very fresh and organic. It’s also a great place to sit for a longer time. If you want to work for example
Vegan friendly restaurants Amsterdam
Vegan-friendly restaurants are great to go to if you are with a big group and not everybody wants to eat vegan food (yet). Amsterdam has many of those restaurants!
- Golden Temple
Utrechtsestraat 126, 1017 VT Amsterdam
Golden temple is a restaurant with vegetarian & vegan food. Most dishes are Asian, especially Indian, though they also have many dishes from other cuisines on their menu.
The restaurant is a well-known vegetarian restaurant in the city, as they were the first vegetarian restaurant in Amsterdam.
And not only the food is lovely here, but the whole decoration is also beautiful, and the atmosphere is great too. It’s recommended to make a reservation in advance.
- The Avocado Show Amsterdam
Daniël Stalpertstraat 61HS ∙ Keizersgracht 449
Everybody loves avocados! So the Avocado Show is a super popular spot to go to. It’s a famous restaurant in Amsterdam, therefore often very busy. And not only the food is tasty and looks great, but the whole restaurant is also very Instagrammable.
There are two Avocado Show restaurants in Amsterdam with indoor seating, and two to-go locations. On their menu, they have a few vegetarian and vegan options available.
- The Happy Pig Pancake Shop Amsterdam
Rosmarijnsteeg 12, 1012 RP Amsterdam
Vegan pancakes Amsterdam! As mentioned before, we have amazing snacks in the Netherlands, and pancakes are definitely among these amazing snacks. Or well, you can also eat them as dinner (or breakfast, or lunch, whenever you want!).
What’s so special about Dutch pancakes? They aren’t as thick as American ones, and they aren’t as thin as French crêpes.
And the good news is, at the Happy Pig Pancake Shop they also have vegan pancake options!
Ruysdaelstraat 48, 1071 XE Amsterdam
For fine dining, you go to Yerba! We’ve put Yerba under the list with vegan-friendly restaurants in Amsterdam, as they have some non-vegan things on their menu. For example, on their brunch menu, they have an add-on organic egg and non-vegan halloumi.
But besides some add-ons, their menu is fully vegan!
During the weekend it’s possible to brunch at Yerba, and from Thursday till Monday, they are open for dinner too.
They focus on seasonal ingredients at the restaurant and offer an extensive dinner menu with 4, 5, or 6 courses. And the presentation of all dishes is simply amazing!
- De Waaghals
Frans Halsstraat 29, 1072 BK Amsterdam
The Daredevil, that’s the meaning of “de Waaghals”. They try to be daredevils with the unique food they create!
De Waaghals is a vegetarian restaurant in Amsterdam serving vegetarian food since 1981.
Their menu is set, and they serve a 3- or 4-course surprise menu with flavors from all around the world, either vegetarian or vegan. The dishes revolve around vegetables and not around meat substitutes. They try to avoid those!
De Waaghals is a nice restaurant to go to with a relaxed atmosphere, plus their food is always fresh and creative. They serve organic wines too.
Rapenburgerplein 6, 1011 VB Amsterdam
Like we said before, we love Ethiopian food! It’s so super delicious. And at Kilimanjaro, they serve Ethiopian and other dishes from Africa. And they also have vegan options, just ask the waitress.
The restaurant is nothing fancy, though cute and nicely decorated. Good to know: you can only pay in cash at Kilimanjaro.
- Pizza Heart Bar
Schollenbrugstraat 8, 1091 EX Amsterdam
Next level pizza, that’s how they like to call their pizza. They have all kinds of pizza, for the ones that like to eat meat, for vegetarians and for vegans. The vegan pizzas are clearly marked as vegan pizzas on their menu.
Pizza Heart Bar is a great place to go to for the night, to enjoy great pizza and some wine. During summertime, the restaurant is even more fun, as they have a big terrace.
- Pizzeria DOPE
Eerste van der Helststraat 78 HS, 1072 NZ Amsterdam
More vegan pizza Amsterdam! And the pizza at Pizzeria DOPE is really dope. They have many vegan options available, and it’s just super delicious.
Maybe the most delicious vegan pizza you will ever taste! Homemade vegan cheese, a crunchy crust that’s thin, and delicious toppings that are super fresh.
It’s a small and cozy place, so not the right place if you want to have dinner for hours, though the pizza is fantastic and the staff very friendly. And don’t forget to eat a dessert too, vegan tiramisu for example when available.
First shop: Ceintuurbaan 149, 1072 GB, Amsterdam
A salad bar that became so popular that they have eight locations in Amsterdam at the moment, and are rapidly growing.
Choose one of their amazing salad bowls, go for a bowl of soup, enjoy hummus with bread, drink a juice or smoothie and finish with a delicious sweet. It’s also possible to create your own salad bowl!
Sla means lettuce, but a salad is so much more than just lettuce. Vegetarian and vegan salad bowls are available at Sla!
- Mana Mana
Eerste Jan Steenstraat 85H (Pijp) ∙ Frederik Hendrikplantsoen 36 (West)
Vegetarian and vegan middle eastern food in Amsterdam! You can find it at Mana Mana. There are a few options with meat too on the menu.
The food at Mana Mana is super delicious, and it almost looks too good to eat. It might be handy to make a reservation, as it’s often busy at Mana Mana.
Their first location is located in the neighborhood De Pijp and their newest restaurant is located in Amsterdam West.
- Soup en Zo
First shop: Jodenbreestraat 94, 1011 NS Amsterdam
Soup lovers, make your way to Soup en Zo! This place is specialized in soups, and they really know how to make soups. They also serve vegan and vegetarian soups.
Soup en Zo is not a great place to go to and sit for hours. It’s a great place to go to if you want something fast and not too expensive.
There are multiple Soup en Zo locations in Amsterdam, some have space to sit while others don’t.
Vegan Amsterdam Map
See below a map with the best vegan Amsterdam restaurants, so you know where to find them:
Did we forget a vegan Amsterdam restaurant on this list, let us know!
And please let us know in the comments which vegan Amsterdam restaurants are among your favorites.
Enjoy your food, or how we like to say it in Dutch: eetsmakelijk.
And don’t forget to share this list with your vegan friends.
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