Find vegetarian options in Budapest is not so easy, because Hungarian cuisine is very meat-heavy. Here’s our top 5 vegetarian restaurants in Budapest!
From the vegan food, right up to international and local delicacies. We have the ultimate “Frankfurt Food Guide” with top spots every foodie needs to visit.
More and more vegan options are popping up all over the Amsterdam. Read more about the best 6 vegan restaurants in Amsterdam you need to try!
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Food in Budapest – Where to eat with the locals Food in Budapest and exploring Hungarian cuisine will be among the highlights of your trip- no doubt! From fine dining to street food, you’ll find plenty of options and wonderful flavors. Here are some places that we recommend for you …
Veganism is on the rise in Leipzig It’s no secret that the vegan food scene is on the rise in Germany. More and more places popping up all over the country. In Leipzig, this is certainly no exception, as the large student population and its left-leaning stance already positions it …
Asian cuisine is booming more than ever in Hamburg. That’s why here are our Top 3 Asian hotspots in Hamburg!
Sizzling Soul Food: Beef brisket, spare ribs and pulled pork Juicy spare ribs, brown sizzling beef brisket, and wonderfully succulent pulled pork: in barbecue restaurants, there is a lot of smoke about a lot of meat. The sidekicks of coleslaw and pickles are also genuine Southern classics. BBQ Munich Beef …
Denmark doesn’t necessarily have a reputation as an extremely vegan-friendly country, but the capital, as hip and modern as it is, of course caters to its vegan residents and visitors…and does a good job of it too! While there are plenty more vegan eats to be found in Copenhagen, here are some of the very best places to go for vegan food when you visit.
Bahnhofsviertel is a district in the central region of Frankfurt am Main, where is located the Hauptbahnhof, the central train station. It is known as the paradise in Frankfurt or the Red Light District. It emerged and was developed between the years of 1891 and 1915 and is currently one of the densest districts of the financial capital of Germany.