Vegan Travel: Budapest

Chickpea extravaganza. Hummus plate topped with falafel, whole chickpeas, mushrooms, fava bean puree, and tahini. Plus obligatory hot sauce in the background. This spot had a student discount, and I think this meal ended up being around 6 dollars. I could get used to this. 20120829-135118.jpg


Raw chocolate coconut cake (insert drool emoji here). 20120829-135155.jpg

The ‘popeye’ pizza (8 dollars, and 2 meals worth of food). White sauce topped with a ton of spinach and the best melty vegan cheese I’ve ever had. Actually, make that the only good melty vegan cheese I’ve ever had. Amazing. 20120829-135208.jpg





Find more info about great vegan/vegetarian food in Budapest on Happy Cow.


Vegan travel: Amsterdam

Grocery store provisions to take to the park. I love exploring foreign grocery stores, and especially enjoy seeing how packaging differs from place to place. Hummus, crackers, apple, berries, and Ritter Sport Marzipan (my lifeblood while traveling in europe – only 99 cents in most places!)20120829-134444.jpg


Vegan sampler: Marinated tempeh, black bean patty, squash with yogurt sauce, quinoa, vegetables in tomato sauce, and salad. Noms.


A couple days later, I went back for a coffee/pie break and had this amazing vegan dutch apple pie and a soy cappuccino.


Golden Temple. This place was good, but very pricy for the small portions. I ordered the special of the day: Thali-style meal with:

  • Cous cous, 3 lil pieces of broccoli and tofu
  • Falafel in gravy
  • Hummus
  • Soup
  • Pita


Find more info about great vegan/vegetarian food in Amsterdam on Happy Cow.