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Feelgood delicacies of the Dutch Capital

Good conscience and a delicious vacation combined

Amsterdam has more to offer than historical architectural pieces and fun nightlife. It's also a city that has a conscience. Whether you enjoy a healthy raw food snack or a sinfully delicious nice cream, from a right place, you get it!

Vegans know there's more to green eating than restricting animal based ingredients out of the menu. At it's  best, vegan cuisine reinvents the way restaurants create the culinary experience. In Amsterdam, you can experiment with the different vegan menus to find your favorites without missing out options. The Avocado Show is Europe's first avocado restaurant and offers a wholesome experience on everything avocado. If you crave for junk food, try Vegan Junk Food Bar and Mastino Pizza. Meatless District and Mr. and Mrs. Watson are praised vegan restaurants with beautiful dishes and comfortable surroundings. 

If you have a taste for something sweet, you've got it. Candy Freaks offers a sortiment of conscious candies. Try the beautiful baked goods at DopHert Vegan Food and Koffie ende Koeck. For a sunny afternoon, head for Massimo IJsfabriek and sample an ice cone - or two.

The Avocado Show

Vegan friendly restaurants

Mastino Pizza
Meatless District Amsterdam
Mr. & Mrs. Watson
Vegan Junk Food Bar

Sweet vegan treats

Candy Freaks
DopHert Vegan Food
Massimo IJsfabriek
Koffie ende Koeck

The Tire Station

The Tire Station is a 112-bedroom stylish eco designer hotel so close to Vondelpark you can hear the squirrels dreaming. 

The name of the hotel is The Tire Station because the building used to be a Michelin Tire Station. Hotel also has eco patisserie, Sticky Fingers, and an organic restaurant, MOER, at the hotel to cater for healthy appetites with plenty of vegan options. The Tire Station is also a sustainable hotel that sources energy from wind and their own underground aquifers.

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