More Gothenburg vegan options

We went to Solrosen in Haga, Gothenburg because it is one of the oldest vegetarian restaurants in Gothenburg. We tried the lentil soup (ok, but not that tasty, 80SEK) and vegetables in ginger/coconut sauce (nice sauce, 90SEK) with potatoes, and salad buffet. The food was ok, nothing special and I think next time I will… Continue reading More Gothenburg vegan options

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Gatwick Airport (South) vegan options

While travelling back through Gatwick airport (South), we surprisingly found a good restaurant/pub that served a rainbow salad (beans, leaves, freekah) and vegan curry with naan bread. I was very impressed that a pub that focuses on burgers and steak served good vegan food, and had four vegan options. http://www.gatwickairport.com/at-the-airport/shopping-eating/restaurants/the-flying-horse/

Latvia and Lithuania: Vegan Eating and Sightseeing Part 2

This was published by me at https://www.vegantravel.com/latvia-riga-lithuania-vilnius-vegan-eating-sightseeing-part-2/ go check out the website vegantravel.com for more tips on sightseeing and vegan eating around the world.   Part 2 Vilnius, Lithuania We took the Eurolines bus (€17) from Riga to Vilnius. It took four hours, and with free wifi the time went by relatively quickly. The hotel we… Continue reading Latvia and Lithuania: Vegan Eating and Sightseeing Part 2

Latvia (Riga) and Lithuania (Vilnius) vegan eating and sightseeing Part 1 (of 2)

This is taken from vegantravel.com website, which I write for. https://www.vegantravel.com/latvia-riga-lithuania-vilnius-vegan-eating-sightseeing-part-1-2/ Part 1 Riga, Latvia I have been told many times that Riga is beautiful, and perhaps the most beautiful of the Baltic Countries! I went to Tallinn, Estonia earlier this year, so I booked a trip to Riga, Latvia to compare. We flew with… Continue reading Latvia (Riga) and Lithuania (Vilnius) vegan eating and sightseeing Part 1 (of 2)