De Bolhoed, Amsterdam

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Prinsengracht 60/62 - 1015 DX Amsterdam +31-20-6261803

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    De Bolhoed: Veggie and vegan food

    by clmbsb Written Jul 29, 2006

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    We went here on the 27th July. Even though it was a Thursday and we went rather early you really need to reserve a table. We had the veggie burrito and veggie enchiladas. Both come with a huge salad. The bill was €27 for the 2 dishes as we didn't have any drinks but they do provide water free of charge. The food itself was nice but could of done with being a bit more spicy. There is a bottle of hot sauce that you can use to spice things up a bit should you wish. There are a few tables outside too which makes for a nice evening eating good food and people watching. They also had a Vegan special everyday. Would recommend.

    Favorite Dish: Enchiladas and Burrito

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    De Bolhoed

    by mightywease Written Mar 13, 2005

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    Canal Scene, Amsterdam

    This restaurant has a very special place in our hearts because it is where we got engaged! It is also a wonderful, friendly restaurant that serves fantastic vegetarian/vegan food.

    Located on the very pretty canal of Prinsengracht this is a great place to chill out on the terrace in Summer or warm up in the eclectic interior (wooden tables, ethnic style soft-furnishings, plants and low hanging lamps) in Winter.

    The menu includes Mexican, Middle Eastern, Italian and other European dishes. Starters include humous and pitta bread, vegetarian pate, guacamole and tortilla chips. Main courses include Burritos, pasta and – my favourite – the Vegan Platter. This gives you tasters of four or five different dishes on one plate – for instance brussel sprouts or courgettes in a soya milk sauce, barley and beans, shiitake mushrooms and soya – combinations are often unusual but always interesting and well cooked. For a dessert try the chocolate and pear tart or the devilishly tasty Banana Cream Pie.

    Service is very friendly and efficient, the atmosphere is relaxed and, as some tables are shared, it can be a good place to meet people. I'd recommend a visit

    Favorite Dish: It does get busy so it may be worth booking a table and it does NOT accept Credit Cards do make sure you have enough cash.
    A three course meal for two costs approx. 50 euros (35.00 sterling, 67.00 USD)
    Opening Hours: noon-10.00pm

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