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A vegan waffle place in Brussels: Veganwaf’

Shop review #56 – This new vegan waffle place just opened a couple of days ago. VeganWaf’ is not a tea room or restaurant where one can sit down, but a walk in food stall in the Galerie Agora, near the Central Market.Β On ground level, about 20 meter from the entrance. We were there on the first day it opened. VeganWaf’ only offers one type of waffle, which resembles the Liegeois type of waffle (sugary waffle). Waffles are gluten free and vegan and cost 3,50€ On the opening day, they only offerend banana or chocolate sauce as a topping, but I’ve seen that meanwhile they have added some more options. We loved the waffles! Great to have this new addition in the city center of Brussels. VeganWaf’, location GalerieAgora 48 1000 Brussels no website facebookpage:Β Β https://www.facebook.com/Veganwaf-470671810006715/ View this post on Instagram A vegan waffle place in Brussels! Opened today πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘and we already tasted them πŸ˜‹ #veganwaf in Galerie Agora. 🌿🍁🌿🍁🌿🍁🌿🍁🌿🍁🌿🍁 #veganwaffle #vegangaufres #vegan #veganbrussels #brussels #galerieagora #waffle #wafel @veganwaf A post shared by trudi_brugesvegan (@trudi_brugesvegan) on …

#168 Vegan options at The Sister, Brussels

restaurant review #168 –Β The Sister is a small cafe in the heart of Brussels, in an alley leading to the Grand Place (the central market place, where the city hall is). The alley is called the ‘Vlees & Broodstraat’ by the way (the meat and bread street). The Sister has a nice selection of vegan options, clearly indicated on the menu. The cafΓ© also offers a wide variety of Belgian beers. Here is a part of the menu, with vegan options clearly indicated: We were here for an early dinner, before going to a music show at the nearby Ancienne Belgique. This is what we had: sesame lentil falafel, comes with soup (12€) sweet wrap (6€) We had very mixed feelings about the food. The sweet wrap was very cheap (6€), but this was not the ‘hearty’ sweet wrap that I had in mind when ordering. It came on a sort of cabbage or lettuce leaf, and was hardly ‘wrapped’ at all, but held together with a string. A strange combination with the sweet peanut …