Featuring: Tze, Sean, Paddy, Foz, Gemma
Double update as promised! Also, happy Diwali (Wiki)!
The restaurant Zum Lahmer Esel (German website) may not have the best service, but they serve quality food. Bubbles at Home is an awesome soap shop; if you can’t resist buying cute stuff, then do not click on this link which leads directly to their soap sweets page. You’ve been warned.
First, Ghent report part 3:
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Ok, maybe veggie fail, but still sounds delish!
It was indeed delicious. T_T
It’s kinda hard to get “real German” vegetarian food. I was once at a restaurant “auf dem Lande” near Krefeld, Niederrhein and they had a “Vegetarische Bauernpfanne” in their menue. When it was served there was lots and lots of bacon in it and the waitress absolutly didn’t get why the vegetarian didn’t want to eat it ^^
Whaaaaaaaaaat?! D: I’ve encountered dishes with boring veggies in butter or tomato sauce, but actually meat in there?! Bah. I hope you got compensated or were able to find something else at least. :(
Sounds like what happens a lot to my vegetarian friend in Beijing and when she complains they tell her ‘just don’t eat the meat’
Oh yes, that happens here too. Or they’ll offer to take the meat out for you (but not bring a new dish). Ugh.