On Sunday 15th March, the Dutch government closed down all physical restaurants in The Netherlands until at least 6th April. Even before this there was concern in the Dutch hospitality industry about how Corona and forced closures will affect businesses. So in order to help those who do stay open as well as inform vegans where they can still eat, I summarise here the vegan eateries from who you can still order home delivery or pick up food to takeaway. If a restaurant has been left out then either their website stated they are closed or had insufficient information for me to realise they are open. Some further places say on their site they are looking into delivery options. If you know another vegan place that’s open please message me and get them added below!
The restaurant at Alchemist Garden on the Overtoom is closed and all their upcoming events cancelled, but food is still available for takeaway. Alchemist Garden offers healthy lunches and breakfasts, and their shop remains open.
Beter & Leuk
Although the lunch-room is closed, Beter & Leuk are open for delivery via Thuisbezorgd, Uber Eats and Deliveroo. You can also arrange take-out if you call them first. The vegan cakes here are well known as being good, but they also sell a range of soups, salads and other desserts.
Fine dining restaurant Bonboon are open for takeaway and deliver. You can order the dish of the day, cheeses and dessert either ordered via email or from the website.
De Patchka is a plant- based Korean and Japanese take-away restaurant located on Albert Cuypstraat in the Pijp. They aim to be as sustainable as possible,and have also listed their hygiene measures against Corona on the website. De Patchka offers homemade kimchi and spicy dishes. Please call them to order. They are also planning to partner with a delivery company shortly.
Macrobiotic soups and lunches are available to take out from the shop at Deshima on Weteringschans.
All branches of Juice Brothers are currently open for takeout. They offer free delivery on their website for their 1-day 6 juice boost for €45, but lower orders are also possible. Aside from juice they also sell smoothie and Acai bowls. Some of the physical stores were this week offering Vitamin C enhanced shots as a free gift when buying certain products to boost immunity. Juice Brothers also participates in To Good To Go.
Koffie ende Koeck
Most of the time Koffie ende Koeck are closed during the current period, but they do open for takeout on specific dates or for events such as a baking sale. They are offering take out Friday 27th and Saturday 28th March between 11:30am and 1500 hours. For full updates follow them on Instagram.
Mastino V serves Vegan and Gluten-free pizza. At present their Corona deal is any pizza for €14.99 on Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Thuisbezorgd. You can also email them direct to arrange takeaway.
Meatless District is offering delivery to the south and central parts of Amsterdam via Uber Eats and Thuisbezorgd. You can also buy take-away food or purchase vouchers with no expiry date for when they reopen. NOTE 22 MARCH – MEATLESS DISTRICT ARE CLOSED THE NEXT FEW DAYS, POST WILL BE UDPDATED WITH ANY CHANGES
Mooshka – Vegan Soul Food
Mooshka is a vegan restaurant located in the Pijp. Although the physical restaurant is closed they still offer delivery via Thuisbezorgd, Deliveroo and Uber. At time of writing this is only within 4km of their restaurant but they are hoping to extend this shortly. A large part of their delivery menu is burgers and sandwiches or wraps, but they also sell milkshakes and desserts.
Mr Blou I Love You
This streetfood kiosk is located at Elandsgracht 150, beside the bus station just before the beginning of Kinkerstraat. Mr Blou I Love You serves juices, smoothies, cakes, salad and falafel for takeaway and are open as normal.
The speciality of Oliver Green is macro bowls but they also sell smoothies, wraps, avocado toasts and breakfast oat dishes. Their food is available for collection and via Thuisbezorgd, Deliveroo and Uber Eats. In addition to their normal menu they currently offer the ‘Quarantine Bag’, a selection of items for €29.50.
Plant Based Sushi
Plant Based Sushi is offering meals through their own delivery company. You can either order a Bento Box with optional dessert for 1 person, or their group menus where you get a range of items for 2-3 people.
To read more about this place check the article about them on the website of Vegan Food and Living magazine.
Soil of Amsterdam
Soil of Amsterdam aims to make plant- based foods more interesting by exploring ingredients and techniques that bring natural strong flavours including fermentation, smoking and pickling. Their seasonal meals from the ‘Fall-Winter’ menu are currently available through Thuisbezorgd, Uber Eats and Deliveroo.
Italian vegan restaurant Trevi’s Amsterdam is open for takeaway, delivery and purchases from their shop. Aside from pizza and pasta, they serve a range of antipasta, panini and desserts as well as Italian produce in their shop. More can be found about Trevi’s in the news article from Vegan Food and Living magazine
The deli and shop at Vegabond are still open for take-away or via Uber Eats, and if there is anything left you can also buy through anti-waste app Too Good To Go. They have a code for free delivery on their Facebook page.
Vegan Junk Food Bar
VJFB is of course popular with both vegans and non-vegans. Delivery is available through Thuisbezorgd. Aside from their signature burgers, all the side dishes, fries and desserts are also available. Fun food but not of course if you are looking for something that feels healthy 😀. At present VJFB are giving away free toilet roll as a gift if you order through them.
Vegan Masters is a meal delivery company from whom you can order freshly prepared vegan convenience foods. The meals are designed by chefs and include curries, pizza, soups and salads. Packaging is as sustainable as possible and on their site you can also see how they compare environmentally to a meat- based equivalent.
To see how I found their service and food, check my previous Vegan Masters post.
Vegan Sushi Bar
Vegan Sushi Bar are offering delivery via Thuisbezorgd and Uber Eats. They also offer items for collection at the end of the day through anti-waste app Too Good To Go. Vegan Sushi Bar only opened in February so don’t yet have their own website but I recently wrote about them for Vegan Food and Living magazine.
Omni restaurant Yerba is going vegan for the Corona period, with food available for pickup from Friday 20th March. There will be one menu available, changing weekly. Yerba specialises in sustainable food from local suppliers.
VEGAN FRIENDLY VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS
The purpose of this post is to inform about purely 100% vegan eateries. There are of course other places open who can and do cater to vegan diets as well.
Betty’s Vegetarian Restaurant
Betty’s is a family run vegetarian restaurant close to Amsterdam Rai and dating back 30 years. Most dishes are or can be made vegan and they currently offer a 3 course meal for €18.50.
Golden Temple offers international vegetarian and vegan dishes for takeout and delivery. They offer a wide range of dishes including pizza, Indian thai, Mexican tortillas and Japanese tempura.
Vleesch Noch Visch
Vleesch Noch Visch is a vegetarian streetfood kiosk on the corner of van Hallstraat and Schaepmanstraat. Almost all their dishes – including their signature Veggie Gyros – can be served as vegan in addition to the already vegan options on the menu. Their meals are available for either takeaway, or delivery by Uber Eats and Deliveroo.