All-you-can-eat vegan buffet Vegetarian buffet restaurant with cold and warm dishes, all you can eat, for a reasonable price. On sunny days you can sit on the terrace.
“This place serves delicious predominantly local and vegetable-based products to eat in or to take away. And it is located in the core historical center of Ghent. WATCH OUT: Their new adres is Korenmarkt 14, 9000 Gent which is just a few meter from the old one.”
“Hotsy Totsy has jazz in its veins and it shows. The charming 20s interior of the corner café alone attests to an illustrious past: booths covered in lush fabrics, dimmed lights hanging low and lots of dark wood. It’s no wonder Flemish author Hugo Claus chose to introduce the world to his magnum opus The Sorrow of Belgium in this particularly atmospheric nook of Ghent. Today the artist café is still a go-to for long talks, poetry readings, live jazz, blues, and even swing parties on Sundays. Lazy evenings are well-spent playing pool or scrabble with friends.”
“Black and Gold interior, good beer, good atmosphere, no neighbours to complain about the noise. ”
“Thai restaurant, you pick your favorite ingedients and they prepare it for you. Relax atmosphere, not expensive.”
“The café of Arts Centre Vooruit Large cultural chit-chat café and eatery with an Art Deco interior; originally the heart of Ghent’s socialist movement. Cultural temple for theatre, concerts, dance and parties. Many organic and/or fair-trade products and a veggie daily special. To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Vooruit is bringing Triomf, one of its old beers, back to life. You can taste this 100% organic, highly fermented 6% vol. beer at Vooruit Café or the Vooruit shop. Cheers! ”