Non-meat options are becoming more popular Photo: Oak Bistro

Ten years ago, you might have struggled to find vegetarian and vegan options on your menu, let alone restaurants that only served vegetarian or vegan food. Today, the situation in Luxembourg City and beyond is very different.

While all of the options listed in this article are in Luxembourg City, there are many restaurants across the country that offer excellent vegetarian/vegan options on their menus.

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beat – 32 Place Guillaume II

Beet is plant-based and prides itself on using locally sourced, organic and seasonal ingredients to offer modern bistro chic at its best.

Try the delicious truffle mac and cheese, Indian daal, or plant-based shish along with freshly squeezed juices. They also have burgers and a kids menu.

Tuesday to Saturday from 11.30 to 21.30 (indoor, terrace, takeout).

sister store Seeds at 5, Rue Chimay There are freshly baked donuts, cakes, pastries, coffee, and snacks. Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 21.00.

hap 44 Avenue John F Kennedy

HaPP is more than just a restaurant, it’s a way of life that promotes energy and well-being. A different menu is served each day and you can see all the ingredients (no additives or colors) used in each dish.

Try our specialty salads, hot and cold dishes. The €16,50 Mediterranean bowl includes mixed greens, falafel, cherry tomatoes, grilled zucchini and eggplant, hummus, dukkah and tzatziki. You can also try Happ pizza with spicy tomato pesto, mixed salad, vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds. They also have a dish of the day.

Open Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 15:30. Book by phone or order on 26 20 16 49.

Vida 35 Avenue John F Kennedy

Almost next door is a relatively new Japanese fusion restaurant with a terrace. Menu items include eggplant and cashew bao buns, cabbage and leek dumplings, wakame, tofu, dashi miso soup, and avocado, mushroom, and peanut tacos. And of course a great selection of sushi, sashimi, nigiri and maki.

You can wash it down with a variety of cocktails, including mules, such as sake, ginger beer, yuzu juice, and lychee pure. Tuesday to Thursday lunchtime and evenings from 11.00 to 14.00 and 18.00 to 22.00, Friday and Saturday he is open until 1.00 (until 3.00 for reservations).

Simbiosa – 1 rue de Fort Bourbon

If you like takeout, this place has a great vegan selection, from pad thai and curries and avocado rolls to side orders of vegan banana bread, bounty bars and vegan fries. We have a wide variety of items that will satisfy meat lovers, so there is no compromise even if you are a group, but all the sauces are vegan.

The food is homemade by the young chef Christophe Prosperi. From Monday to Friday he is from 8.30 to 15.00, from Wednesday to Saturday he is from 18.00 to 21.00.

Another delicious 100% vegan place, Snack in Joy Chili sin carne, truffle burgers, salads, and wraps with mango, avocado, fresh spinach, caramelised shallots, and a vegan garlic and herb sauce. Open Thursday to Tuesday from 11.30 to 20.00 at 25 Boulevard Royal. You don’t have to take out, but you can dine indoors or on the little terrace at one of his nice wooden tables.

Green Olives – 75 rue de Strasbourg

Billed as healthy, organic and fresh, it serves Lebanese fattoush, eggplant, feta cheese, salads of all kinds, okra stew, stuffed vine leaves, broccoli pancakes and beet hummus. The menu has a wide variety of dishes and can be ordered online for delivery or pickup. From Monday to Saturday he is open from 10.00 to 22.00.

glow – 2 rue Xavier de Feller

This coffee shop combines bakery and health foods to offer vegan and vegetarian fare with a local flair.

Treat yourself to a cup of tea and cake or a freshly squeezed juice and relax with a book from our complimentary library. For something more substantial, check out their curries, gluten-free pastas, and soups. Plant-based cakes and pastries make delicious desserts.

Open Tuesday to Friday from 08.00 to 14.30 and Saturday from 9.00 to 15.00, once a month for Sunday brunch (next time on September 25th).

raw dish – Paris Square

100% bio and 100% fresh. If you’ve ever been out the night before trying the beet, mango, and goji berry hangover remedy, give it a try.

Fresh hot lunch bowls include red curry and pasta, while cold lunch bowls include quinoa with cucumber, mango, carrots and coconut. Desserts include delicious raw sugar daddies with peanut butter, cocoa and almonds. From Monday to Friday he is open from 10.00 to 18.00 (but closed from 15.00 to 16.00).

Our flagship store is located in the city’s Place de Paris, but our products can be delivered and handled in many of our stores in Luxembourg. You can check the location here.

Mesa Verde – 11 rue du Saint Esprit

Tucked away in a cobbled street above Grund is this seafood and vegetarian restaurant.

Bright and colorful décor is paired with wooden tables that are well-spaced for privacy, where you can nibble on a plate of vitamin-packed prosciutto or sample cordon bleu-style tofu. It’s the perfect place to be.

Tuesday from 18.00 to 22.30, Wednesday to Friday from 12.00 to 14.00 for lunch, dinner from 18.00 to 22.30 (Fridays from 23.00), Saturdays from 18.00 to 23.00. We will be closed for summer holidays until September 12th.

nirvana cafe – 1 avenue de la Gare

Do you like spicy food? For vegan and lactose-free meals from India and Pakistan, look no further than Nirvana Cafe.

Nirvana Café is a social project dedicated to promoting veganism. All of its produce is 100% vegan with no trace elements. Sample momos, samosas and bhajies, or try the cauliflower masala curry. Comfortable armchairs create a cozy atmosphere. A dish of the day costs only 8,25 euros.

Monday to Sunday lunch from 12.00 to 15.00 and dinner from 18.00 to 21.00.

Krishna Villasis also located in the Gare area at 63 Rue du Fort Neipperg and serves idli (steamed fermented rice cakes), dosa (fermented lentils and rice served as pancakes), upma (savory semolina), and thali (curries and pickles). assorted).

pure. – 3 Park Dry Iheren

Oak Bistro has changed its name and location to become MUDAM’s pop-up bistro. The website is still under construction, but according to the Facebook page, you can sample fresh cakes, soups, cocktails, fresh juices, iced teas, ice creams, focaccias, bowls, and even flat white coffee.

In addition to their famous cakes and desserts, the menu includes meals such as Curry Coco Sweet Potato and Carrot Sharing Paul, Tabbouleh, Miso Eggplant Steak, Shredded/Roasted Vegetables, Pickles, Roasted Nuts and Dressings.

Open from Sunday to Monday from 10.00 to 18.00.

bloom coffee shop – 101 rue Adolphe Fischer

At Kanelbullar’s Home, or Homemade Cinnamon Bread, you can also sample homemade variations such as gluten-free chocolate chips, pecan cookies, cranberry cookies, or pistachio bread served in a mug of hot chocolate.

The cakes and tarts are also out of this world, mostly vegan, and they serve the popular matcha latte. If so, sit at one of the pavement tables in the cozy interior.

Dune – 26 rue des Bains

Anissa El Mansouri, the daughter of a Parisian Berber chef famous for her Moroccan restaurants, has opened this Mediterranean kitchen in Luxembourg serving mint tea and cold-pressed juices made with organic vegetables and couscous. There are also meat variations on the menu, and readers give the flavor and portion size a big thumbs up.

Open Monday to Saturday from 11.30 to 21.30, there is seating inside and outside on the sidewalk.

Chiche – 20 avenue Pasteur (and 125 Rue d’Alzette, Esch)

Falafel and hummus aren’t the only thing at this popular Syrian/Lebanese restaurant, re-established in its new home in Limpertsburg and Esch-sur-Alzette. Try the mutaberu, smoky baked eggplant puree, or muhammara (chili paste with ground nuts served on bread).

We accept reservations for in-store dining and takeout. The interior offers traditional table seating or comfy sofas for sharing a few platters. Monday to Saturday lunch from 12.00 to 14.00 and dinner from 18.00 to 22.00 (Esch same hours from Tuesday to Saturday).

Peppermint Restaurant – 3 rue de Trevires

Features include Vietnamese and Malaysian vegetable ravioli and tofu pad thai. Open all year round for lunch from 11.45 to 14.30 and dinner from 18.00 to 23.00.

Dean & David – 29 boulevard FDR and 45 avenue JFK

Daily specials include smoothies, fresh juices, vegan and vegetarian salads, and healthy bowls (meat and seafood options available). The franchise has opened two locations in Luxembourg, allowing you to grab a snack on the go or have your food delivered. From Monday to Friday he is open from 11.00 to 20.00 and on weekends he is open from 12.00 to 20.00.

Other places to try

Mesa The restaurant in Esch-sur-Alzette has a great reputation for its local vegetable dishes prepared by Sylvie. persian food box Luxembourg City has a great selection of vegetarian sauces served with rice and ditto for the vegetarian selection ramen.

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