One of the most common challenges while travelling is finding the proper places for a healthy meal or a quick bite. Luckily, Aalborg‘s gastronomy scene offers plenty of vegan and vegetarian choices for every budget.
Every meal and beverage at We Feat is made from 100% organic ingredients and each one has a unique taste. The stylish restaurant with the minimalist decoration serves coffee, lunch and dinner inspired by Danish and international cuisine, always putting high quality and healthiness at the epicentre.
Eatlow is a takeaway restaurant that has a great variety of on-the-go vegetarian and vegan meals. Organic sandwiches and burgers, fresh salads and delicious juices and smoothies are some of the things you’ll find in the diner’s long menu. Prices are a bit steep but they definitely match the quality.
As the name suggests, Karma Sushi is a sushi restaurant that specialises in the traditional Japanese meal that has become quiet popular in Denmark the last few years. In total there are six Karma Sushi restaurants all around the country and, luckily, one of them is in Aalborg‘s city centre. Among a wide range of seafood gourmet dishes there is also a special vegan plate filled with fresh vegetables accompanied by the restaurant’s special soy sauce.
The colourful chairs and lamps hanging from the ceiling create a cosy atmosphere, making Café Ulla Terkelsen London the ideal place to start your day with a filling breakfast or brunch. Guests will find many vegetarian and vegan options for a proper meal, a snack or dessert.
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PINGVIN Verdenstapas® has brought a new concept to Aalborg’s gastronomy scene; tapas inspired by the local and international cuisine. Seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes are served for breakfast, lunch or dinner and are made based on recipes that originate in Europe, Asia and South America. Make sure to accompany your meal with the proper wine from the restaurant’s great selection.
Huset Café is part of the Huset Cultural House, which consists of a gallery, a music venue, a rehearsal room and several spaces where workshops take place. So, it’s not exactly what you’d call a restaurant but its vegetarian buffet and brunch on several Sundays throughout the month are so delicious it couldn’t be missing from this list. The buffet dishes change every day and there are always plenty of vegetarian choices.
There isn’t a better way to boost your energy levels than with a glass of fresh juice or a salad with seasonal vegetables, and in Din Vitamin Bar you’ll find both. The cosy restaurant offers meal and juice packages for those who want to adopt a more healthy way of living and has a wide variety of healthy meals and snacks.
Wildebeest isn’t exactly a vegetarian restaurant, as the greatest part of its menu consists of meat burgers made of different types of meat – but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t offer vegetarian and vegan options. In fact, the veggie burger is really delicious and accompanied with a fresh salad, a plate of fries and a glass of ice cold beer makes for a perfect meal.
‘It’s not fast food. We are just fast’, is the phrase that welcomes visitors on Nadias Sandwich website and that’s the concept behind Aalborg’s well-known restaurant. Sandwiches, bagels and salads made of organic and healthy ingredients are served all day long, making Nadias Sandwich a top choice if you’re looking for a quick and healthy bite at the same time.
The Mexican Donkey will be among 16 additional food stalls opening in March this year at the Aalborg Street Food Market – The Lighthouse. Inspired by the Mexican cuisine that has already become a great success in Aarhus, this restaurant will no doubt be a hit. Vegetarians and vegans will find a wide range of delicacies, all of which are made with fresh and organic ingredients.