Kozmosz Vegan Etterem – Hungary.

Kozmosz Vegán Étterem is a 100% vegan restaurant in Hungary, Budapest offering a daily menu using mostly seasonal ingredients. Their portions are generous, their service is very friendly and heart warming, their specialities superb. Do check out their Facebook page, give them a like, support and share.

The delicious meal in our attachment is that of a burrito filled with veg and dressed with spicy tomato salsa, all set on organic crisp lettuce – cosmos style! Served with tortilla in creamed avocado dip, and steamed rice aside.

Their goal is to share the vegan lifestyle and promote accessibility. They want to prove that vegan food is not only delicious but healthy, and varied as well as affordable. They do not use meat, dairy products, eggs and honey, and work exclusively with vegetable ingredients only.

Their full address is : Hunyadi ter 11, Budapest, H1067

Contact them on : +36-205146663
Open: Tue-Fri 11:30am-3:00pm, 6:00pm-10:00pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am-10:00pm

 

info@vegankozmosz.hu

Their website is: http://vegankozmosz.hu/

 

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Funky Fresh Foods.

Funky Fresh Foods is a stunning raw organic restaurant in Oslo, Norway who opened back in 2009. Their mission is to change your awareness around the food you eat. Only the best is good enough for you –  just what you deserve!

Through catering, cooking classes, health food products, shop and their restaurant, they continue to  spread awareness and good experiences around organic, raw vegan food.

They specialize in breakfast, brunch, burgers, delis, fast food, food stands, sandwiches – all 100% pure healthy vegan delight.

Their full address is Hausmansgate 16, 0182 Oslo, Norway

Open: Mon-Tue at 10-17, Wed-Fri 10-22, Sat 12-22, Sun 12-17

Contact them on – 45915779

Email – post@funkyfreshfoods.no

Check out their website – www.funkyfreshfoods.no  – do check out review on their cook book (Raw) , which is the very first Norwegian produced book about raw food – can now be purchased at your local book strore. Josefine Andréen, general manager of Funky Fresh Foods, is the author of the first Norwegian raw food cookbook RAW. She is a popular speaker and motivator and has taught thousands of Norwegians in raw food prep since 2009. They bring everything needed. Price from 5000, – including raw materials – be sure to check out their classes. Further details on their web.

Dress is casual, they do take bookings, walk-ins welcome, can accomodate groups, children are a pleasure – they offer take out, catering, delivery and they do have waiters service.

See you there! – and keep sharing the vegan love. Support their page, give them the thumbs up – share them with the world. Looking forward to hearing more from you –  ‘wonderful vegan eatery recommendations around the globe’.

~ Active Vegan ~

The Hungry Herbivore.

South Africa, Cape Town at the V&A Waterfront Food Market has a stunning raw pizza and dessert shop. Check out their Facebook page on The Hungry Herbivore . This is your one stop shop for raw healthy vegan treats. They also sport a catering menu – do take advantage.

Amy and Brent are  a young couple passionate about food and mostly passionate about paving their own way forward in life.

They started their new venture called The Hungry Herbivore in January, 2014 with the aim to show South Africans and everyone else, that food can taste good with REAL ingredients. They serve generous plant based meals, snacks and desserts using only REAL nutritious ingredients that still give you a sense of ‘comfort food’. They use high quality organic ingredients as far as possible. Ingredient transparency is on the top of their list. As they like to know exactly what they are eating – so should you! Their  motto is “Raw For More” and they always try to honour that code by making fresh, real food available and abundant to all pocket sizes. Check out their website here:

http://www.thehungryherbivore.com/

Their full address is : V&A Market on the Wharf, Dock Road, V&A Waterfront, 8001 Cape Town, Western Cape.

They are open 7 days a week from 10:00 am to 19:00

They do accept Visa, MasterCard and Cash.

You can contact them on: 0813871526

And their email here: info@thehungryherbivore.com

Thank you so much for ‘liking’, supporting and sharing vegan restaurants with everyone around the world! The world is vegan if you want it to be.

~ Active Vegan ~

Gentle Gourmet Café

Today we are in France, Paris, and visiting the Gentle Gourmet Café ! Do give their page a like, support, share, and check out their website! Great video there too. http://www.gentlegourmetcafe.com/

A really cute café restaurant where food and drinks are vegan and mostly organic. Serving a variety of French and Mediterranean dishes both classics and contemporary. Raw and non-gluten options. Offers brunch on Sunday till 1:30pm. The classy bistro atmosphere lends itself to casual as well as special dining. Has a kids menu. Reservations are suggested. Closed Monday and Tuesday but may be hired on demand. They do credit cards.

Address: 24 boulevard de la bastille, 75012 Paris, France

Breakfast, Brunch, Burgers, Creperies, Delis, Diners, Fast Food, French, Sandwiches, Vegan.

They take reservations, walk-ins are welcome, good for groups, good for kids, take out, delivery, catering, waiter service and outdoor seating.

Specializing in: Breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks

Contact: 0143434849

General Manger: Pivain

They opened their doors on May 13, 2009

Attire is casual

Public transit: Métro Bastille, Gare de Lyon ou Quai de la Rapée

Accept visa as method of payment as well

Culinary team: Gérante:  Caroline Pivain, Executive Chef: Deborah Pivain

Their email: restaurant@gentlegourmetcafe.com

If you’re in the area do pop by for a wonderful culinary experience.

Do you have a favourite vegan restaurant that you frequent and would like to share with others, do let us know so that we can pay them forward!

~ Active Vegan ~

Shambala Restaurant in Warrington, England!

This is our first cover on vegan restaurants around the world. This category is important to us because it shares the great news with the entire world! We want everyone to climb on board this compassionate train which is gaining momentum around the world. More people today want to change their lifestyle choice. More people today than ever before are starting to understand and are starting to connect with the health aspects, the cruelty free lifestyle choice, as well as the environmental issues that are impacting us all and are going to impact our children’s lives heavily, if we do not change our ways urgently!

So without further ado, we introduce to you Shambala Restaurant in Warrington, England!

18 Winmarleigh Street, Cultural Quarter, WA1 1NB Warrington, England.

Mon – Fri: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Sat: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Bookings are being taken for evening workshops and private events.

Funky cultural quarter cafe, coffee shop and venue. Healthy living raw foods, organic vegetarian/vegan food to eat in or take away. Evening events, open mic nights and evening venue hire is available.

01925555454

shambalawarrington@icloud.com

Shambala

Do give their page a like, and show support! Share them!

A wonderful review in the Gaurdian written by David Morgan:

Warrington welcomes its first ‘rawganic’ vegan restaurant Shambala.

A BOHEMIAN vibe has hit Warrington thanks to a new vegan restaurant.

Gareth Monk and Stef Davis have found a very different use for the former army recruitment office in Winmarleigh Street.

The couple have opened Shambala, just around the corner from the Pyramid centre, which is believed to be the only restaurant and deli offering a full menu of organic vegan dishes in the town.

But Gareth and Stef also specialise in raw food which is said to be healthier because it contains enzymes that are destroyed if the dishes are cooked.

Although they admit their dining experience is niche, they say Shambala’s doors are open to everyone who might want to eat there for health reasons, try something different or make a lifestyle change.

Gareth said: “We’ve had a lot of vegans and vegetarians through the door who have been really happy because they never thought a place like this would open in Warrington.

“But then we’ve had a lot of people with health issues and food intolerances who have been forced to look at what they eat and how they eat.

“A businessman from Crewe came in and he normally eats meat and would never touch this sort of food.

“He came off the train and this was the first place he found but he was open minded and he told us he could feel the food doing his body good as he ate it.”

The menu changes regularly but includes the likes of raw pizza made with hummus and flaxseed for the base and soaked cashew nuts and nutritional yeast for the ‘cheese’.

The cosmic cheesecake is fast becoming one of Shambala’s favourites which is made with organic tofu and banana and buckwheat for the base.

A ‘dehydrator’, which draws moisture away from food at a low temperature, is used to change the texture of dishes or make ingredients hold together.

Gareth, who sources most of Shambala’s vegetables from wholesaler Organic North, added: “Some people come to the door, read the menu and then run a mile but once they come through door it opens up a whole new world to them.

“We had a guy who was recruited in this place when it was an army centre. He spent 30 years in the military and was a meat eater.

“He really didn’t want to come in but his daughter brought him and at first he didn’t want to touch the food but in the end said he really appreciated it.”

Stef, whose daughter Saffron helps out at Shambala, used to run Holistic House in Runcorn and got more into nutrition and natural alternatives when her mum Eileen got cancer.

She has been a vegetarian since she was 18 and Gareth gave up meat when he met Stef three years ago. The pair both turned vegan last year.

Shambala is open at lunchtime but Gareth and Stef hope to host special events after hours including meditation evenings, holistic groups and music nights.

Gareth added: “There’s a music room in the back. We get people who just come and chill out and pick an instrument. Anyone can play.

“It’s not just about the food, it’s about the whole atmosphere.”

Warrington Guardian chief photographer Mike Boden has been a meat eater his whole life and his first experience of a vegan dish was Shambala’s cosmic cheesecake.

The 64-year-old said: “I didn’t fancy it at first but having tasted it I thought it was excellent. If you didn’t know it was vegan you wouldn’t think of it any differently.”

~ Active Vegan ~