restaurant review #326 – This is the second restaurant of vegan restaurant Beet in Luxembourg, the first one being in the city center of Luxembourg city. This one is located in Belval, a bit outside of Esch-sur-Alzette, where the annual International Animal Rights Conference takes place. It is on a renovated/former industrial site. There are several shops and restaurants in the area, one of which is Japanese restaurant Origami, which we visited in 2019.
We were at Beet in Belval for dinner a couple of months ago, in 2021.
Had a falafel durum (13,80) and a flammkuchen (not on menu – was a suggestion, don’t remember the price). With fries on the side
The food was ok, although not really spectacular. The fries were all tiny bits of chips, maybe we had the lefotovers from the day? The Flammkuchen was a disproportially small portion when compared to the falafel durum.
Beet in Belval is a spacious, sober/modern place, lots of wood in the interior. There’s also a nice shop section on the side of the restaurant. Large outdoor seating area.
Wooden chairs and benches, which were very uncomfortable. Some cushions would be nice!
The waitress wasn’t very friendly and restricted herself to the minimum (and although wearing a facemask, she was all but smiling …).
The restaurant is wheelchair accessible and has an accessible toilet on groundfloor. Toilets were very clean and tidy! (I forgot to take a photo this time …)
Pros: all vegan, accessible, spacious, modern place
Cons: comfort, smile?
Beet Belval, location
5 Av. des Hauts-Fourneaux