restaurant review #303 – Groenendijk Weert is a traditional restaurant/brasserie along the river Scheldt, in Weert/Bornem.
There is a seperate vegan menu of the month with traditional vegan dishes like vegan vol au vent and vegan stew (stoverij). We had made a reservation this Summer on the Belgian national holiday (July 21) and that seemed really necessary. It was fully booked for lunch and several patrons were turned a way.
restaurant review #302 – Veggie Galore is a vegan restaurant in the city center of Nijmegen (the Netherlands). Veggie Galore serves vegan Creole dishes. We were here a couple of weeks ago with friends.
restaurant review #300 (yes, 300!!! 🙂 ) – Rucolino is a vegan restaurant in Dudelange in Luxembourg, a bit south of the capital, Luxembourg city. We were here a couple of weeks ago, when we were in the area for the International Animal Rights Conference (I gave a presentation there about Animal Resistance and human saviourism, see here).
Stories of animal resistance. About human saviourism and not so-voiceless animals – Geertrui Cazaux
Other animals resist their oppression, by escaping, retaliating, and acts of everyday resistance. Centering other animals and sharing their stories helps us move away from a human saviourist framing and is an expression of solidarity with them. They are not voiceless and we are not their saviours but their allies. In this presentation, I will document stories of animal resistance.
restaurant review #297 – The Olive Street Food is a small take-away place in the city centre of Bruges, very close to the central Market and the belfry (like, 5 steps away!). It is associated with the Olive Tree restaurant a bit further down the street. We had take away from The Olive Street Food a couple of weeks ago, on a sunny Sunday in Bruges.