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Guide to the Best Amsterdam Vegan Restaurants, Hotels and Tours 

Amsterdam is the heart of hip, buzzing with an exciting social, cultural and restaurant scene. The popular Northern European destination is a magnet for young travelers who hit up hostels and cafes on weekends and during vacations. 

The bike-friendly city is also rich in beauty and history, with playful pastel-painted architecture, iconic scenic canals, the incomparable Anne Frank House, and plenty of museums and other cultural institutions.

Amsterdam also happens to be extremely vegan-friendly, with incredible vegan restaurant options ranging from gourmet to wholesome to comfort food. What’s more, you’ll also find vegan-friendly hotels and tours to complete an ethically themed visit.

Check out our hand-picked guide to vegan restaurants, and vegan-friendly hotels and tours. If you’ve never visited or are thinking of returning to the progressive city, be sure to bookmark this detailed guide for your stay.  
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Amsterdam Gourmet Vegan Restaurants 

Piraeusplein 59 1019 NM Amsterdam

The luxe dinner venue Bonboon offers three-, four- or five-course menus. Gourmet dishes include lima beans with fennel broth nori oil and dill, rouille, grilled fermented radicchio with tahini dressing, Swede gratin with smoked onion jam, barley with lemon dressing, grilled, and chocolate malt cake for dessert. Be sure to receive your table in advance, which requires a 25-pound deposit. 

H/eart.h Vegan Restaurant
Camperstraat 24-26 1091 AG Amsterdam-Oost

This chic Japanese-inspired space fuses gourmet vegan food with live music to create an immersive dining experience that taps into all the senses. H/eart.h has won Trip Advisors Traveler Choice Award numerous times for good reason–it serves colorful, playful presentations of modern plant-based food with international culinary influences. H/eart.h is open for dinner every day of the week and serves lunch on Sundays. You can make a reservation on its website.  

Dijksgracht 6 1019 BS Amsterdam

This casual restaurant with a water view specializes in very affordable, artisanal four-course dinners served four days a week. The prix fix menu changes seasonally–its winter menu includes lots of root vegetables like celeriac and parsnips. Some examples of its menu are rye bread with mung beans, roasted kohlrabi and rutabaga kimchi, mushroom pickled beech mushroom with roasted leek, and, for dessert, apple purée with coffee crumble and Jerusalem artichoke semifreddo.  Snacks and drinks are served at its bar Tuesdays through Sundays. Mediamatic accepts reservations on its website–dinner rezzies require a deposit. 

Amsterdam Healthy Vegan Restaurants 

Restaurant Golden Temple
Utrechtsestraat 126 1017 VT Amsterdam

This charming, stylish restaurant serves plant-focused international fare such as vegetable tofu skewers, avocado nori tempura and a green power salad. Alain, community manager of the Golden Temple, tells her healthy passport, “We are a vegetarian family-friendly restaurant where all of the dishes can be made vegan. We use quality, organic ingredients, and all our food is homemade from scratch. We have a very electric atmosphere and are almost always booked. This makes working a lot of fun.”

Men Impossible
Hazenstraat 19H, 1016 SM Amsterdam

This vegan ramen restaurant is an all-time favorite of locals and visitors, who rave about the fresh, homemade ramn noodles. Some of the explosive sauces include blakc burnt garlic, truffle and hot chili pepper.

Mr. Blou
Elandsgracht 150 1016 VC Amsterdam

Mr. Blou’s falafel stand is a cozy take out spot in the Jordaan District that’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Owner Blou Washington is a passionate cook who loves his customers. He specializes in homemade vegan falafel wraps with generous amounts of avocado. Other healthy options include salads, fresh fruit and vegetable juices and ginger shots. 

The Meets Eatery
Sumatrastraat 28 1094 ND Amsterdam

Located on the east side of the city near the University of Amsterdam, this cafe that began as mostly plant-based transitional to 100% vegan in 2021. Open Tuesday through Saturday for dinner, the Meets serves Italian-influenced European cuisine with a modern twist. Some gourmet dishes include deep fried oyster mushrooms. stir fried cauliflower with black truffle, mushroom wellington, and pistachio creams with vanilla baked pear.  Reservations are accepted on its website.    

1st Constantijn Huygenstraat  1054 BS Amsterdam

This Asian Street food venue designed with a 70s disco vibe is open for lunch and dinner most days of the week. the menu at Vegnaees includes food influenced by Chinese, Indian, and Indonesian and Thai flavors and ingredients, and a nice selection of beer, wine and fizzy drinks.  

Amsterdam Vegan Comfort Food Restaurants

Deer Mama
Ceintuurbaan 71H 1072 EW Amsterdam

This vegan comfort food spot serves up greasy spoon goodness including burgers, chicken & waffles, gyros pitas to and soft serve ice cream, plus milkshakes with a splash of alcohol. Its open for lunch and dinner and accepts reservations on its website.

Meatless District
Bilderdijkstraat 65-67 HS 1053 WP Amsterdam

Meatless District, located in the bustling Bilderdijkstraat, in the heart of ‘old west’ close to the Jordaan, is a modern eatery that serves 100% plant-based dishes for brunch and dinner. The restaurants’ mission is to provide a vibrant but cozy eating experience and support the growth of the local vegan scene. Its menu features a variety of comfort classics from around the world, as well as delicious seasonal salads and soups. All dishes are prepared fresh daily, with many products made in house. The menu includes smoked ‘salmon’ bagel, paella, courgette salad and vegan burgers. Meatless District works closely with local producers, selecting quality vegan produce, is dog friendly and employs a multicultural staff, reflecting their community brand ethos.

Mooshka Vegan Soul Food
Van Woustraat 110 1073 LT Amsterdam

This African-American inspired Dutch restaurant serves up vegan comfort food that’s made with almost all organic ingredients. Some creative menu items include avocado fries, Masala croquettes, cheesy Mexican wrap and the crispy no chicken burger.  You can place take out and local delivery orders on its web site. 

W: Bilderdijkstraat 141 1053 WT Amsterdam
E: Javastraat 40 1094 HW Amsterdam

Miss meat no longer. This 2022 Travelers Choice WInner with two locations serves hearty, flavor-packed vegan dishes and a large selection of artisanal beer. Some menu highlights include the pulled pork tacos, cheezy burger and Ben Ben noodles with meatballs. No indulgent meal would be completed with a vegan snickers–Soil is here to hook you up.  

Vegan Junk Food Bar
Reguliersdwarsstraat 57 1017 BK Amsterdam

This hipster spot sporting candy-colored graffiti on its walls serves lunch and dinner 6 days a week, and lunch only on Saturdays. Vegan Junk Food Bar is actually a European chain with 5 other locations–its Amsterdam location has a large menu with plenty of greasy spoon options like its crunchy Mac n’ Cheese Betterballs, the Notorious beef burger, and its Tipsy Unicorn cocktail made with vodka and lychee juice.  

Amsterdam Vegan Cafes 

Eerste Tuindwarsstraat 2A 1015 RV Amsterdam

This quaint vegan coffee shop specializes in vegan croissants and other American style cookies. All the food, which also includes sandwiches and “toasties” (sourdough bread with toppings), is organic and plant-based.

Vispoort 8- 10 7411 SL Deventer Amsterdam

This vegan café located in a chic modern space with a movie theater serves breakfast lunch and dinner Tuesday-Sunday. Sundays you can watch a movie while eating breakfast between 10 am and 12 noon. You can make a reservation on the web site.

Vegan Temple Bar
Lange Leidsedwarsstraat 17 1017 RR Amsterdam

This casual eatery with international influences specializes in burgers and poke bowls. Try the Dutch Weed Burger, Salmon wasabi Bowl and shawarma fries loaded with mock meat and veggies.  Menu items are clearly marked with icons indicating gluten, soy, nuts and celery for those with allergies. 

Where to Stay in Amsterdam 

Inspired by this city guide and planning a trip to Amsterdam? Check out the following hand-picked recommendations for sustainable hotels in Amsterdam.

Part of the Conscious Hotel brand, these four stylish modern hotels located throughout the city are powered with solar and wind, and serve organic, vegetarian, vegan-friendly food. 

Conscious Hotel Amsterdam City (The Tire Station)
Amstelveenseweg 5, Oud West, 1054 MB Amsterdam

Conscious Hotel Westerpark
Haarlemmerweg 10, Westerpark, 1014 BE Amsterdam

Conscious Hotel Museum Square
De Lairessestraat 7, Oud Zuid, 1071 NR Amsterdam,

Conscious Hotel Vondelpark

The budget Volkshotel is certified eco-friendly with a vegan-friendly restaurant that’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  

Wibautstraat 150, Oost, 1091 GR Amsterdam

Amsterdam Vegan-Friendly Food Tours

Vegan Breakfast Cruise Amsterdam on a Luxury Private Boat

Cruise the canals of Amsterdam on an historic boat while snacking on vegan food. You’ll get views of some of the city’s must-see sights, such as the Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House, and the Red Light District. Munch on a vegan cheese plate and sip vegan wine, beer, and soft drinks while learning about Dutch history and culture.

Vegan Cooking Class in Amsterdam

In this interactive class, you will get hands on training from an acclaimed professional multilingual chef. You will learn how to create a delectable two-course vegan meal.

Private Dining Experience in Home of Acclaimed Chef

During this private dining experience held in the home of a local chef, enjoy a culinary journey around the world as you dine on four delectable courses prepared with local, freshly sourced ingredients. Vegetarians, vegans, and other dietary requirements can be accommodated.

Small-Group Guided Sunset Canoe Tour in Waterland with Dinner

Canoe along the canals of Holland’s Waterland region at sunset during this 4-hour trip from Amsterdam. This guided your will take you to rural areas as you paddle past reed beds, meadows and picture-postcard villages.  A picnic dinner is included with options for vegetarian, vegan and/or gluten-free diets.

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