A / Vienna: Yamm at Universitätsring 10
ViennaVeggieWineClub.net meets Europe
A / Vienna: Tian - Michelin starred
USA / Ft. Lauderdale: Sublime
USA / San Francisco: Millenium
D / Berlin: Lucky Leek
GB / London: Manna
F / Paris: Le Grenier de Notre Dame

Welcome to VegCulture.net! 
ince 2000, connecting veg* gastronomy with wine / beer maker,  journalism and academia.

Celebrating with the network EWCVG -  European Wine Culture in Veg* Gastronomy"  
as  cooperation partner of the international cultural studies research projekt "Veg* Gastronomy" as part of INCSSV- International Network for Cultural and Social Studies on Vegetarianism and Veganism

New updated: Veg restaurants in Austria, Germany, Britain, Sicily, Veneto and Belgium.
  Michelin Guide  now recommends six veg restaurants in NYC, two in  London and one in Vienna and Berlin

Every first friday a month you can meet VegCulture.net people at the Vienna Veggie Wine Club  tasting place Yamm.
About VegCulture.net: The educational non-profit platform VegCulture.net - was starting in the year 2000 as an idea by a multidisciplinary food ethics group at the FEWD of the University of Vienna - a group especially concerned with vegetarianism / veganism in food, gastronomy and animal studies. Since beginning the VegCulture.net division European Veggie Wine and Beer Culture Network, supports the veggie gastronomy in a practical way. Together with engaged researcher, writer, journalists, teacher and students VegCulture.net tries to increase especially the topic of the culture of vegetarian / vegan gastronomy in journalism and  academic research . For the encreasing academic research the FEWD - supported by VegCulture.net - started 2015 the general ECSSV - Encyclopedia for Cultural and Social Studies on Vegetarianism and Veganism.  VegCulture.net supports at ECSSV  research about vegetarian / vegan gastronomy through supporting writer and students in the humanities and social sciences. The VegCulture.net website is a practical outcome to offer reliable information for a broader audience. VegCulture.net is also together with the University of Vienna / FEWD foodethics research area part of a loose food studies network with research units like Gastrosophie at University of Salzburg and similar institutions in other countries.
The necessity of more and better reasoning about the topic of vegetarianism seems evident, for example The GuardianVegetarian food was never really synonymous with fine dining, but ..." But now, the times are changing faster as pointed out by The Guardian and The Independent The rise and rise of the vegetarian.”  More and more restaurateurs are offering good vegetarian or even vegan food. Together with fine organic wine, beer, whisky and other beverages, gourmets and ethical hedonists are experiencing ever more satisfaction. Even the “meat obsessed” bible of gastronomy, the Michelin Guide has increased their recommendations for vegetarian and vegan (!) restaurants. The same is true of other important restaurant guides. The rising demand for vegan nouvelle cuisine inspired 25 of today’s greatest chefs, including T. Keller, J. Vongerichten, E. Ripert, C. Trotter, and many other James Beard award-winning chefs to publish the first high end vegan cookbook. The Michelin Guide recommended vegan/vegetarian restaurants such as TIAN Vienna, Millenium, BlossomGreens, Vanilla Black, Terre a Terre, and other recognised restaurants in the USA Candle79, Vegde, HanGawi, Sublime. In Britain Manna, The Gate, David Bann, … already fulfill such veg nouvelle cuisine standards.
The recommended restaurants, pubs and bars on our country pages have been chosen to compare with other restaurants in the same price-bracket. There they are arranged by starting on top with the Fine Dining / Haute Cuisine restaurants (if available) to more basic style restaurants, which are more affordable.
Please contribute your own veggie restaurant critics especially at Happycow  and Tripadvisor  Enjoy yourself!
The Team of VegCulture.net

PS: VegCulture.net alias TopVegetarianRestaurants.net was recommended by  Food Service Europe & Middle East

Meet the VegCulture.net Team at Vienna Veggie Wine Club
USA / NYC: Candle 79
A / Vienna: YAMM
A / Vienna: Hollerei
USA / Seattle: Cafe Flora
GB / London: The Gate
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