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fastbreak Aug 6, 2008 02:42 AM

looking for places to eat that are vegetarian friendly. i have scoured the boards for recs and found a few but wondering if there are any new discoveries... does not have to be vegetarian only place. also, any favorite grocery stores? favorite bars for fresh cocktails and great beer? too many questions at once???

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    Scotpaulabear Aug 12, 2008 07:35 AM

    Hey there, husband is veggie (leaning to vegan) and I eat pesci and veggie, so my recommendations in this thread all stand:

    Have a great time!

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    1. re: Scotpaulabear
      fastbreak Aug 13, 2008 03:19 PM

      Yes I had seen your post! We made it to Walk to Wok and Australian ice cream because of you!

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        Scotpaulabear Aug 14, 2008 05:50 AM

        Hey that's great! I can't think of a better casual dining 1-2 punch in the 'Dam :D What did you think of them?

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          fastbreak Aug 14, 2008 06:12 AM

          It was perfect for us because it was late and we were tired, hungry and close by. Veggies w/ tofu, peanuts and teriyaki sauce. No cinnamon ice cream but banana was very good. We even walked over to De Admiraal but they were closed for vacation. I'm pretty sure they are open now and I really want to try Genever!

          1. re: fastbreak
            Scotpaulabear Aug 17, 2008 11:48 AM

            Glad you enjoyed yourself! I shall have a shot of Rose Without Thorns in your honour :) I'll watch out and see if you have any recs for my next trip...

    2. Googs Aug 19, 2008 04:35 PM

      While not strictly vegetarian, there are a reasonable amount of veggie choices at a fine Italian restaurant called Pulpo. The polenta is not to be missed. Hubby & I enjoyed every dish from appetizer to dessert.

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        rastan Jul 24, 2009 01:59 AM

        I believe that De Witte Uyl always has a few vegetarian options – and the food is excellent.

        I’ve also heard that Eat at Jo’s at the Melkweg has vegan and vegetarian options (haven’t been there yet, though).

        Oh, and while I’ve generally had bad luck with Indian food in Amsterdam, on a good day Dosa could be an option as well.

        Dosa South Indian Restaurant
        Overtoom 146 Amsterdam

        Wijn- en Spijslokaal "De Witte Uyl"
        Frans Halsstraat 26 Amsterdam

        Eat At Jo's
        Lijnbaansgracht 234-A Amsterdam

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