Guide to Eating Vegan in Warsaw

Poland, Warsaw Guide (B): Guide to Eating Vegan in Warsaw

Warsaw has been on my wishlist of places to visit as a vegan for a while now. I actually visited once before in 2004, but I wasn’t vegan then, and the city has changed so much since that I barely recognised it! Now, it’s a vegan paradise with loads of options everywhere. I only visited for a weekend, but crammed as much in as possible, and am happy to report I was not disappointed!

This is the key to rough opening times and prices for the guide, which will appear below the name of each restaurant or café mentioned.

One of the higher end places I visited on this trip to Warsaw, this place does a nice selection of different kinds of sushi, maki and other rice-based Japanese-inspired dishes made vegan. For indecisive people there are the set menus suggested for different numbers of people, which I found to be perfect.

There are also some deserts and a few non-Japanese dishes, such as their mixed kimchi, which I honestly found a bit weird. Otherwise, I would highly recommend this place for something a little special without breaking the bank. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Guide to Eating Vegan in Warsaw
Guide Location: Poland » Warsaw
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Youmiko Vegan Sushi   Nancy Lee   Vege Bistro   Miss Kimchi   Krowarzywa   Lokal Dela Krem   Mango Vegan Street Food   Leonardo Verde  
Author: Sam Wood
Read it on author's website: http://www.indefiniteadventure.com/vegan-warsaw/

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