October 30, 2016 Wander-lust

Vegetarian hotspot > Hearth Amsterdam

Whoopwhoop, another vegetarian hotspot has opened in Amsterdam. Yes, this makes us happy, knowing that more alternative food joints are opening up in our city. This time alongside the Albert Cuyp Street, where you can find one of Amsterdam’s oldest markets. 

“Our purpose is to create a warm and creative space where people can hangout and connect” – Hearth Amsterdam

Hearth Amsterdam was created by Valentino Vacca and Marco Ceglia who met each other in the restaurant business in Amsterdam. Heart (H/eart.h) has 2 meanings; Heart and Earth which stand for the things they love and the importance of the earth. That’s why they only serve vegetarian food, in order to keep it sustainable as possible. When you enter you see a lot of wood elements, of which some are self made. In the middle you will find a large wooden table with swings on each side, how playful! 

Table with swings at Hearth Amsterdam

They are specialized in vegetarian soups (like roasted sweet potato soup) but also serve a killer Tiramisu. (Valentino is Italian so this one must be good!) Besides delicious food, they also sell items in their shop such as T-shirts, art and furniture. They are cconstantlylooking for creatives, designers,photographers and artists who would like to show their creations in the shop.

Soup at Hearth Amsterdam
Coconut Green Curry Soup at Hearth Amsterdam

You will find us here very very soon! P.S: Check out their window shutter when you walk past. (so so wanderlust..)

Hearth
AlbertCuypstraat 208, Amsterdam
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Love,

Elke

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Comment (1)

  1. I love finding new vegetarian/ vegan restaurants. Need to keep this one in mind. I really want to sit on the swings while eating, such a fun idea.

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