Vegan in Nijmegen, Netherlands
|Vegan main course at De Klinker|
Still on our boating travels in Netherlands, we were recently in Nijmegen.
This is a relatively small town near Arnhem which suffered heavily in the second world war.
|Soup starter at De Klinker|
Not really expecting much in the way of healthy food, I checked out Happy Cow.
There was only one vegan place mentioned - De Klinker.
What a pleasant surprise!
The building was an old squat that had been cleaned up. Now operated by volunteers, it serves up vegan meals at ridiculously low prices.
A set 3-course meal - for 6 Euro !
The menu that evening:
Starter - Red lentil and tomato soup with a swirl of soy cream.
Main - Fresh green salad with coconut shavings, spicy grain stuffed peppers, rice mound with a tomato sauce and fried brinjals.
Dessert - sago type square covered with crispy noodles and syrup.
All absolutely delicious.
And wine was only 1.50 Euro a glass.
As you can see from the photos, the tables and decor are basic to say the least.
But at that price - I certainly can't complain.
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