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The 10 Best Vegetarian Restaurants In Warsaw

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Updated: 11 April 2017
The capital, and largest city of Poland, Warsaw has recently seen an increase in foreign visitors with more and more people becoming eager to explore the Eastern European countries. Many new restaurants have opened and now the city offers a wide variety of cuisines, vegetarian meals are some of the most popular. Check out the best places to eat vegetarian and vegan food when in Warsaw.
Krowarzywa Vegan Burger
Bar, Restaurant, Polish, Vegan, $$$
Krowarzywa Vegan Burger | © Northern Irishman in Poland

Krowarzywa Vegan Burger | © Northern Irishman in Poland

Krowarzywa Vegan Burger

This vegan restaurant is definitely one of the best places to have a burger in Warsaw. The small selection of burgers on the menu are complemented by a variety of fillings such as tofu, mushrooms and buckwheat. They are tasty and always made from fresh top-quality ingredients. The restaurant is ideal for vegetarians and vegans (the place even has vegan mayo) but the tasty burgers will please even the most obstinate meat eater. There is also a new special burger offered every week so customers will never get bored. The bar serves a great variety of healthy smoothies made with fresh fruit and vegetables.

Address: Krowarzywa Vegan Burger, Marszalkowska 27/35, Warsaw, Poland, +48 881 777 894

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Tel-Aviv Food & Wine

This lovely restaurant which specializes in vegan Middle Eastern cuisine is situated in one of the busy streets of the city center. Tel-Aviv Food & Wine features a bohemian design with Middle East-inspired décor elements in a family-friendly atmosphere. The food menu is large and varied, offering both gluten- and sugar-free options, such as in its selection of hummus, green smoothies, cocktails and wines. Tel-Aviv’s ‘Vegan Fine Dining’ menu is rounded out with several seasonal dishes. There is also an all-day breakfast menu which includes Mediterranean and great Israeli inspired items, like bourekas, vegan shakshuka and vegan chorizo sausages.

Address: Tel-Aviv Food & Wine, ul.Poznanska 11, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 6211128

Baba ganoush, arabian appetizer from tahini and baked eggplant, excellent dip for meat or separately only to the Arab bread| ©Vlastimil Kuzel/Shutterstock

Baba ganoush, arabian appetizer from tahini and baked eggplant, excellent dip for meat or separately only to the Arab bread| ©Vlastimil Kuzel/Shutterstock


Veg Deli

This beautiful little vegetarian café is located in a quiet area within walking distance of the main attractions of the city center, and has a lovely terrace outside in a tree-lined street. The menu features a variety of healthy vegetarian dishes, from burgers and pancakes to salads and desserts. Veg Deli is a very friendly place and the staff are likely to greet you with smiles. The quality of the food is also fantastic and the prices relatively low.

Address: Veg Deli, Radna 14, Warsaw, Poland, +48 733 669 874


Momencik

This centrally located vegetarian café is a great place to have a light and healthy lunch. It has a great lunch special which includes a large burrito, a soup and a lemonade. The staff are very friendly and it is clear that the chefs are passionate about food. They also serve an impressive variety of homemade lemonades with a variety of  flavors, which are just amazing.

Address: Momencik, Poznanska, 16, Warsaw, Poland, +48794025931

Homemade orange lemonade with cucumber and rosemary | ©Contrse/Shutterstock

Homemade orange lemonade with cucumber and rosemary | ©Contrse/Shutterstock


Chwast Food

Chwast Food is a trendy vegan burger bar with an attitude. The design of the café is fun and quirky with seats made from tires or cycle saddles and tables made from crates. The menu is small but it offers great quality food, with seven types of fillings and six kinds of sauces to choose from. Some cakes are also available for a sweet treat after the meal. There isn’t that much seating space inside but during the warm months they have a lovely terrace with beach chairs and huge umbrellas.

Address: Chwast Food, Warynskiego 9, Warsaw, Poland, +48 608 471 459

Vegetarian beetroot burgers with arugula and avocado | © Magdanatka /Shutterstock

Vegetarian beetroot burgers with arugula and avocado  | ©Magdanatka/Shutterstock


Mezze Hummus & Falafel

This centrally situated vegetarian café inspired by Middle East cuisine specializes, as its name suggests, in hummus and falafels. The menu also offers some great vegetarian soups, salads and vegetable stews which are served with freshly baked crunchy bread. The café is quite small but very cozy and has a beautiful terrace with trees and fairy lights creating a magical atmosphere.

Address: Mezze Hummus &Falafel, Rozana 1, Warsaw, Poland, +48 605 498 998


W Gruncie Rzeczy

This friendly café, situated in the center of the city, has a trendy atmosphere and serves delicious vegetarian food and desserts. It definitely offers some of the best vegan burgers in Warsaw, they are served in generous portions with a choice of bread or roasted potatoes, a side salad and a portion of cooked carrots. The smoothies and homemade lemonade are also excellent while the dessert menu offers delicious vegan cakes such as cheesecake or chocolate cake that will make you forget they’re dairy free with their great taste.

Address: W Gruncie Rzeczy, Hoza 62, Warsaw, Poland, +48 692 464 489


Falafel Bejrut Restaurant

Falafel Bejrut Restaurant is known for making quality Middle East vegetarian food. There are a few seats inside but it tends to get quite busy so the take away option is a good alternative. The food is fresh and delicious, all falafels come served with a generous portion of fresh vegetables so customers don’t have to worry about having their five-a-day.

Address: Falafel Bejrut Restaurant, Ul. Senatorska 40, Warsaw, Poland, +48 501 512 965


Marrakesh Café

Marrakesh is a charming and extremely atmospheric café with stunning interior design and ornate décor elements that are both arty and modern. The cafe offers a great vegetarian lunch buffet which consists of an assortment of salads, main dishes, soups and wonderful desserts (the vegan brownie is to die for). One of the patrons’ favorite options is the Zestaw Marrakesh plate with ten different small snacks (including falafel, lentils, and hummus) followed by a pita with falafel. The English-speaking staff of the café are very friendly and happy to help.

Address: Marrakesh Café, Aleje Jerozolimskie 123A, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 6107168


Mango Vegan Street Food

A great place for vegan ‘street food’, Mango is situated in the heart of the city center and offers a selection of great-tasting falafels, burgers, hummus, salads, soups, rice, lemonade and smoothies. The café uses mango in a lot of their recipes hence the name. Don’t forget to sample their specialty, the mango sticky rice.

Address: Mango Vegan Street Food, Bracka 20, Warsaw, Poland, +48 884 798 563