restaurant review #202 – Greenway is a Belgian vegetarian brand (restaurants and products) and was founded in the mid nineties. There are three Greenway restaurants in Belgium: in Ghent (it’s been ages since I was there!), in Louvain and in Antwerp. There’s also a Greenway foodstall at the train station of Gare du Midi, where we had a nice lunch before boarding on the Eurostar to London (previous reviews of Greenway here).
In 2018, Greenway announced that all it’s restaurants would become fully vegan!
This is from a visit to Greenway in Antwerp, at the beginning of Summer.
The menu is on a board above the counter. One goes order at the counter, and then the food is brough to your table.
We had a kebab wrap and a meat lovers burger. The potato wedges were sold out, so we got some tortilla chips.
Afterwards we had a brownie with coffee.
To my surprise, there was still an option for cow milk (although Greenway announced that all restos are vegan since April 2018).
The food was nice, although I didn’t really fancy the burger (more a patty than a burger).
There is a very spacious terrace in front, and inside is also spacious (lots of room in the back). Toilet was clean.
The restaurant itself is not accessible: a couple of steps to get in the restaurant. The chairs and tables on the terrace are very high.
As it was a lovely Summer day, we were seated at the terrace. Greenway is located at the Groenplaats, which is also traditionally a place . And unfortunately we saw the place live up to its reputation, as a fight escalated and police came to intervene.
All in all: we had a nice quick snack, before heading of to a concert at the Sportpaleis, at the edge of the city.