The atmosphere and decor in this restaurant are amazing. Contrasted to most vegetarian restos I’ve visited, which are light and airy, this restaurant has more of a lounge-like feel. The walls are plastered with cute sayings, and the lights are dimmed.
I have been to Greece many times. Each time I visit, I find myself enjoying the same food over and over again: Greek Salad, hold the cheese. While this is extremely delicious, I have been pretty limited with other good options to eat. I always love to try the local food in a foreign country, so you can imagine how excited I was when I found a restaurant that serves vegan, gluten free SOUVLAKI. Let me tell you, it was everything I could have hoped for and more. Covered in greek spices, I honestly felt that I was eating the closest thing to the real deal. I also ordered the amazing tabouli pictured here and it was incredible. So incredible, that I came home and had to remake it (recipe posted under ‘salads’)!
The menu at Rosebud has something for everyone. While everything on the menu is vegetarian, there are items are completely vegan with gluten free options. The menu is clearly marked with V,GF and RV next to all vegan, gluten free, or raw vegan items. Prices are moderately to expensively priced; salads and appetizers range around 5-10 euros and entrees range around the 11-14 euro mark.
* While I enjoy the menu at Rosebud a lot, I must note that I have frequented this restaurant many times and almost every time, they’ve been out of one dish or another. It seems they frequently run out of ingredients.