There are some truly awesome breakfast, lunch and dinner spots in the Hague which exclusively cater to vegan or vegetarian requirements. Read on to discover the most charming, stylish and cool veggie-orientated joints in the city.
This classy vegetarian restaurant lies just south of the Hague’s Peace Palace and has one of the largest terraces in the entire city. There’s always an amazing selection of simple, yet delicious meals on offer at Hortus and the restaurant’s menu changes by season. Every dish is €8.50 unless stated otherwise and breakfast, lunch and dinner are available at Hortus.
Everything on offer at Veggies on Fire is organic, vegetarian and delicious. The restaurants’s menu includes many dishes that are inspired by international cuisine like spicy chipotle bean burgers or Balinese style tofu. There’s also some incredible desserts including a gluten free ice cream sundae.
Snackbar food is a staple of Dutch cuisine and traditionally revolves around large platters of french fries with sauce and a variety of other deep-fried delights such as burgers, croquettes or bitterballen. Instead of relying on meat-based products, this clever restaurant in the Hague has completely adapted its menu around vegetarian or vegan preferences, meaning that non-carnivores can enjoy a wide range of meat-free Dutch snackbar staples.
Symbiose‘s delightful menu features many beautifully prepared vegetarian, vegan and gluten free dishes that are made with fresh, organic ingredients. Everything on the restaurant’s menu looks incredible and is presented with the utmost care and attention.
Although The Vegetarian Butcher isn’t actually a restaurant in the strictest sense, it is among the best places in the Hague to pick up meat-free products and sells a wide variety of delicious vegetarian goods. Sandwiches and other takeaway meals are available, all of which are made from The Vegetarian Butcher’s artisanal veggie products.
Located on Spui in the Hague’s centre, The Leaf is within walking distance from many important landmarks such as het Binnenhof and Mauritishaus. The restaurant serves an incredible variety of vegetarian dishes and its menu draws from several international cuisines meaning that diners are spoilt for choice. There are several classic vegetarian meals on offer including pan cooked tofu and moussaka, as well as several other delicious dishes that have been adapted in order to meet vegetarian or vegan requirements like saté skewers and veggie burgers.