If you want to visit place full of life and culture – Wroclaw is for you. It’s perfect for a weekend break – one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. Located upon the Odra river is an amazing mosaic of islands and bridges. This is why Wrocław has gained the title of the ‘Venice of Poland’.
My aim was to explore vegan and vegetarian restaurants and I am not dissapointed. Unfortunately I had no enough time and space in my stomach to visit all of them.
Below you can find the list with the places I visited and can highly recommend:
Złe Mięso (The Bad Meat) – vegetarian&vegan
The menu of Złe Mięso includes the burgers, pizzas, wraps, falafel and the speciality of the week. Everyone will find something suitable – they offer almost 30 vegan and vegetarian dishes. All of them are freshly made without any artificial ingredients.
Good news for vegans – you can find there pizza with vegan cheese. The ‘cheese’ is made from vegetable fats and after heating it becomes gooey like a real cheese – maybe a little bit too gooey but it is very delicious! The winner of the day was the ‘duck’ in plum and vine sauce with rice and salad! Delicious!
Address: 19 Ofiar Oswiecimskich Street
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 12.00-21.00, Sun 13.00-20.00
Prices: £1.5 – £5 (5-25 zloty)
Machina Organika – vegan&raw
Machina Organika serves healthy breakfasts, soups, salads, sandwiches, lasagna, pasta, smoothies and more. It was first place in Wroclaw with raw food. Most of the dishes are also gluten free so if you eat healthy and avoid gluten or have the coeliac disease this place is perfect for you. Their motto is: Eat clean. Eat healthy.
Every day they have different special lunch meals and amazing desserts. Don’t leave this place without tasting their delicious vegan and raw cakes.
Address: 19 Ruska Street
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 10.00-22.00, Fri 10.00-23.00, Sat 12.00-23.00, Sun 13.00-21.00
Prices: £2 – £7 (10-35 zloty)
Vega – vegan
Vega was first vegetarian restaurant in Poland but now the food is vegan only. The most popular dishes there are burgers, seitan cutlets and soups. On the menu you can find veganised traditional polish and oriental meals. They have a few flavours of vegan ice creams – avocado with lime, oreo cookie, chocolate, banana and strawberry. If you have a sweet tooth you should try their cakes.
If you want to try polish cuisine in veggie version you can’t miss this place. They not only serve food but also organize vegan meetings and cooking classes.
Address: Sukiennice 1/2 Street
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 8.00-19.00, Fri 8.00-21.00 Sat 9.00-21.00
Prices: £0.5 – £5 (4-25 zloty)
Najadacze – vegan
Najadacze serves oriental food from all over the world at very good prices . The ingredients are bought from local food producers and the restaurant supports Fair Trade rules. The food is really good and delicious. Unfortunatelly the place is very small and during lunch time there might not be no space for everyone but do not worry – they also deliver food.
Address: Nozownicza 40 Street
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 11.00-20.00, Fri 11.00-21.00, Sat 12.00-21.00 Sun 13.00-20.00
Prices: £1.5-£5 (6.5-25 zloty)