Reviews on Healthy food in Ghent, East Flanders Province, Belgium. Belgium's fourth-largest - and most beautiful - city is home to a quarter of a million people and a flourishing flower export trade. An important port, Ghent's city center is a pedestrian area that is like a museum to early Flemish architecture and a testament to the city's medieval might. Impressive Gothic sites, such as dramatic St. Bavo's Cathedral and the Castle of the Counts, inspire awe. The works of Flemish masters are housed in the distinguished Museum voor Schone Kunst.
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4 based on 740 reviews
Small local familyrestaurant with open kitchen. The speciality are our handmade noodles. Possible to eat them in a plate or in a soup. Nice cooked and fried rice corner. Price quality product! Your satisfaction is our goal.
Kids had mentioned theyâd fancied noodles in day time and came across this gem on trip advisor. Loved the food and hosts were fab. Will visit again. Thanks a lot for your nice visit... and the kids were great
4 based on 124 reviews
Healthy gastronomical fingerfood, pizzaâs and pasta for everyone! Glutenfree, vegetarian, vegan or carnivore.
Just visited this fairy-tale restaurant for the second time in a month, this time accompanied by three vegetarians ... We decided to choose the menu formula again, it turned out that it now amounted to â¬ 39 instead of â¬ 29, but for this price you got a complete dish per person as main course, whereas previously this had to be shared per two. Personally, I thought the previous formula was certainly ok, but apparently there were several customers who had complained that they had returned home with a hungry stomac ... In itself, this remains absolutely value for money, but on the other hand the manager could consider the 2 formulas to co-exist: â¬ 29 if the main course is shared, â¬ 39 for a whole main course per person. On the other hand, you can of course still eat a la carte, so you still have the freedom to share a main course. I remain lyrical about the quality of the food and drinks (very original mixes!), the location and the welcome (see my previous review): very tasty and healthy (the vegatians were also impressed by the quality of the vegetarian, even vegan dishes), beautiful interior and very cordial and warm welcome! I am sure that this will be a stayer in the Ghent restaurant scene! Let's hope that they will adjust the menu a bit soon, because with 2 visits in a month's time we have now really tried everything from the list... ;-)
5 based on 108 reviews
You visit BOON for a swift, delicious breakfast (weekends) or lunch in the fantastic atmosphere of the former Veneziana, near the Gravensteen, in the centre of Ghent. We serve different salads with vegetarian spreads, and a delicious soup of the day. You
If you want food thatâs fresh and healthy this is a good choice. They offer home made soup of the day and salads along with very tasty desserts and drinks. The venue is light and airy and a pleasant contrast to most of the alternatives which are traditional cafes serving sandwiches and fries. It is opposite the Gravensteen Fort.
4 based on 86 reviews
I was introduced to this great restaurant by a vegan friend who lives in Gent. I have to say Iâve already experienced vegan cuisine because my son joined the revolution 2 years ago.This understated yet homely restaurant offers the visitor the warmest of welcomes coupled with a passion for cooking not just a vegan option but the most wonderful use and adaptation of locally sourced ingredients in the healthiest way. The freshness of our food was incredible. The staff went to great lengths to provide information on every element of the menu so that we not only understood what was to arrive on the table but in so doing, created an element of anticipation. We were not disappointed!!!! Whow We chose to go with a set menu which began with organic vegan bread with olive oil with the most beautiful micro vegetables which are effectively seedling sprouts which look a little like cress but with a radish flavour. This was followed by a terrine of parsnip and celeriac soup accompanied by oyster mushrooms, a combination which I doubted but which was sensational. Then we had a tarte tatin of apple, celeriac and chicory accompanied by a salad of buckwheat, beetroot, orange segments and salad leaves. Finally we had a walnut pie dessert accompanied with herbal tea (the options were extensive) but suffice it to say we were all completely satisfied and nourished without that bloated feeling that we might otherwise have at the end of an evening. It was lovely to meet one of the chefs Jelmer and his partner Hannah who were tremendous hosts not just to our table but throughout the restaurant. I will be recommending this restaurant to anyone visiting Gent and canât wait to return. Really sorry but should have taken photos to give an idea of the charm and presentation. Next time. Thank you guys for a great experience.
4 based on 123 reviews
âSharingâ is the central theme at villa bardon. Whether it is a choice of antipasti, our famous dips or oven-roasted vegetables, they are served at your table for you to enjoy with your friends, family or colleagues.We prepare delicious mediterranean food
Mrs M and I hopped along to the Villa Bardon after a lovely canal tour of Ghent, thankful we'd arrived in this conspicuously historical city ahead of a threatened high-decibel music festival. This restaurant is poised comfortably midway between overpriced snooty and poor-choice crummy, its modest-sized menu promising that what they do they do well. We knew in advance that the chef is Belgian and his partner Maltese, the latter one of two waiting tables with admirable efficiency and friendliness. The dinner nicely rounded off a splendid day, and we thanked the proprietors for it. To have declared myself would have been as pompous as unnecessary, as Mrs M discreetly but redundantly reminds me. But the best compliment is a thoughtful review, even though the vortex of sociability into which we Muttonens have since found ourselves caught up has delayed this review beyond my recollection of what we actually ate.
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